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  • Kazigal says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Don't Cheer Me Up on Discogs/5(14).
  • Akinoll says:
    Jul 18,  · referencing Don't Cheer Me Up, CD, Album, MOSHROOM CD Back in those dear metal '80s, I'd noticed this band because of the cover and title of this album; somehow it spoke to me, being dark and cynical, yet not without humor/5(26).
  • Kigakree says:
    finally on cd - the official re-release of these classic u.s. power / thrash metal acts 80s recordings. powerful vocals, shredding guitars and a pounding rhythm section - aftermath had a high cult status throughout the world as one of america's best undiscovered metal talents.
  • Jusho says:
    May 19,  · Don't Cheer Me Up, an Album by Aftermath. Released in on Moshroom (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Richard Shayka (vocals, writer), Cliff Finney (guitar, writer), John E. January (guitar), Joe Nutt (bass, writer), Rick Von Glahn (drums, writer), Aftermath (producer), Steve English (engineer), Brett Smith (cover design /5(56).
  • Sharg says:
    - Issued with inner lyric sleeve. Recording information: Recorded at the Sound Factory, Tucson, AZ - Co-produced by Aftermath. Identifiers: Other:
  • Zugor says:
    Feb 16,  · From their demo Building Up To Meltdown Richard Shayka - Vocals Cliff Finey - Guitar John E. January - Guitar Joe Nutt - Bass Rick Von Glahn - Drums.
  • Akizilkree says:
    Don't Cheer Me Up Aftermath. Price: $ USD. Availability: In Stock. Black And Yellow 3. Demonspeake 4. Straight From Hell 5. Beast Of Wrath 6. Luci's Dance 7. Aftermath 8. Mask Of Deception 9. You're Never Gonna Wake Up .
  • Kazrazshura says:
    vinyl LP: £ ROLLING STONES I Don't Know Why ( Japanese wide centred 7" single with mustard yellow London labels and manufactured by King Record Co. Ltd, also including Try A Little Harder, complete with the unique picture insert featuring the 'Metamor phosis' album artwork, printed with lyrics to both songs on the reverse along with.
  • Kesida says:
    • Don't sing your cheers. Cheerleading cheers should not sound like a song. The red, black and white! Are back again to fight! Yell fight, Colts, fight! Fight Colts fight! Stand up and cheer for the WildCat sensation Watch out for the Cats, you're in our habitat. (opponent) Step back, we're here to attack.

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