Mouthwash - Music For The Average Ninja (7", EP). Hot Wok Records. Fools Gold (as Chris) Various - Give 'Em The Boot II (Comp). Mouthwash - 1000 Dreams (Album). We Evolve Various - Give 'Em The Boot III (Comp).
By the late '90s, Mouthwash was playing area gigs around London and issued the Music for the Average Ninja EP while forming their own label, Hot Wok Records. It was during this time that Fry officially came on board for bass duties, which allowed McCarthy more time to focus on his priorities as the band's chief songwriter and full-time vocalist.
Their first release was an EP entitled Music for the Average Ninja(1997) which was released on their own self-funded record label, Hot Wok Records. In 1997, Rich Fry joined the band and took over bass guitar duties from Ben, with the latter maintaining his role as vocalist for the band. In January 2001 Mouthwash released their début full-length album, 1000 Dreams, on Hellcat Records which received critical acclaim around the world. After touring the record in Europe and the East coast of America ( with the Dead Skunx, one of the most shambolic, punkest tours the world has ever known, which saw the band sleeping in shacks in the woods, hitchhiking, living in squats in NYC and touring with a mental patient in the van) the band split up after vocalist Ben McCarthy left the.
With great Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles characters, this mouthwash will make the morning routine fun! This great-tasting formula is alcohol-free.
Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BF. m from 4-6PM PST every Friday. Music Ninja Radio Episode 150: Ninja Worldwide. It was only fitting that the 150th episode of TMN Radio was one of the most eclectic yet - a true testament to how the show has pushed my music explorations forward. This episode features music from Nigeria, Mali, Turkey, Niger, France, The Congo, Ghana, England, Sweden and more making it the most internationally focused episode to date.
The Trainspotting soundtracks are two soundtrack albums released following the film adaptation of Irvine Welsh's novel of the same name. The first album was released on July 9, 1996. The comparatively huge fanbase for both the film and the original soundtrack prompted a release of a second soundtrack on October 21, 1997.
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I can't help but feel the music (especially the cut scene pieces) are what film score music would sound like done on the NES. I can't throw money at you fast enough for physical copies so I can ditch the gamerips I've listened to for years. Includes the entire Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos and Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom soundtracks on one disc.