Drums – Louis Samora
|2||Out On A Wire|
|3||Can't Help Falling In Love
Written-By – Weiss*, Peretti*, Creatore*
Written-By – Allison*
|5||Dead In The Saddle|
|7||Don't Burn The Fires|
|8||Where Did I Go Wrong|
|10||I Hate The Blues|
|T-11 LP||Dead Moon||In The Graveyard (LP, Album, Mono)||Tombstone Records||T-11 LP||US||1988|
|T-11 LP||Dead Moon||In The Graveyard (LP, Album, Mono, RE, RM)||Tombstone Records||T-11 LP||US||1993|
|MR-089||Dead Moon||In The Graveyard (LP, Album, RM, RP)||Mississippi Records||MR-089||US||2019|
|MR 089||Dead Moon||In The Graveyard (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Mississippi Records||MR 089||US||2011|
Garage punk legends Dead Moon captured the spirit of adamant self-reliance that set the stage for independent labels and independent music in general. Recording, releasing, and even going so far as to cut the master lathes for all of their records, married couple Fred and Toody Cole were already years into making music when Dead Moon materialized in 1987, siphoning both the nervous punk impulses of their band the Rats as well as hints of the oddball country feel of their short-lived project the Western.
Album Name In the Graveyard. Erscheinungsdatum 1988. Labels Tombstone Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 3. Can't Help Falling in Love. 5. Dead in the Saddle. 6. Hey Joe. 7. Don't Burn the Fires. 8. Where Did I Go Wrong. 9. Remember Me. 10. I Hate the Blues.
The Graveyard is the seventh studio album by King Diamond, released in 1996. This was also the first album by King Diamond to be featured on the Massacre Records label. The album was remastered by Andy LaRocque and was re-released in 2009. The Graveyard is the last album to feature drummer Darrin Anthony. This album is one of the most successful King Diamond's albums, peaking at in the Finnish Charts and remaining for two weeks in the Top 40.
Dead Moon is the definitive low-fi dirty garage punk blues band. The music is moody, aggressive, and genuine. It's great rock put out by an amazing solid three piece band. If you're still wondering whether or not to check out Dead Moon, keep in mind that Sub Pop put out a compilation CD years ago, meaning that Dead Moon fits in with the dirtier grungier side of Sub Pop. If you're a lover of pure rock and roll, you want Dead Moon . You can't do any better than this album.
What they were trying to do is apparent, and had potential. But what they actually did was make a messy and very flawed work that I thought sounded too much like other punk bands of the time, and didn't have individuality. Or consider a donation? #13.
Album In the Graveyard. Dead in the Saddle Lyrics. You used to carry the flag You were the soldier You used to head the point You were the older You used to fight for peace War was no stranger You used to walk the line Right into danger. The wind cries Dead in the saddle The wind cries Dead in the saddle. You used to hold me up When you were younger You had the coldest eyes They put me under You weren't they only one Who felt like crying You weren't the only one Who felt like dying
Dead Moon’s first three records, In The Graveyard (1988), Unknown Passage (1989) and Defiance (1990), remain unimpeachable. They started as a covers band, and some remain: Toody’s Mo Tucker-ish I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You on In The Graveyard, a raging take on blues standard Milk Cow Blues on Defiance. But the originals are just as good: the nightmarish thunderbolts and nightsticks visions of Dead Moon Night, or the wracked country blues of Dagger Moon