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Preacher - German Shepherds - Music For Sick Queers (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jul 26,  · Pet Therapy - Music for Dogs, Relaxing Therapy Music to reduce anxiety, De-stress your Dog - Duration: Relax My Dog - Relaxing Music for .
  2. May 21,  · Label: M&S Music - DA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress Black Labels • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Industrial, Minimal, Experimental German Shepherds - Music For Sick Queers (, Black Labels, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(39).
  3. Apr 05,  · Sandy Stark was arrested in June of '84 on trumped up child molestation charges and committed suicide while awaiting trial. Shattered by Stark's death, Scheatzle enlisted German Shepherd producer M. Huthinson to replace Stark and work began anew on the lp project. "Music For Sick Queers" was the long awaited result." Whoa!!
  4. Limited vinyl LP pressing includes bonus 7' single. Formed by Stephen Scheatzle and Sandy Stark (a.k.a. Mark Hutchinson), German Shepherds grew out of San Francisco's art-punk scene in the early '80s.
  5. Limited vinyl LP pressing includes bonus 7' single. Formed by Stephen Scheatzle and Sandy Stark (a.k.a. Mark Hutchinson), German Shepherds grew out of San Francisco's art-punk scene in the early 'graphinzaticwgistdissotifdnibemime.coinfo: $
  6. The vinyl isn't as important as the music and the message, so when I received it, I blew off my initial thought of giving it to her for Christmas. She'd been so upset about losing it, and talked about how much it had meant to her over the years, that when I .
  7. Jun 16,  · Album Transmissions (Deluxe Edition) Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, UMG (on behalf of Cooking Vinyl Australia Pty Ltd); LatinAutor, Concord Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE.
  8. Nov 27,  · Formed by Stephen Scheatzle and Sandy Stark (a.k.a. Mark Hutchinson), German Shepherds grew out of San Francisco’s art-punk scene in the early ’80s. Their first single, “I Adore You,” is a lost minimal synth nugget with an unforgettable rhythm box pattern, and their second, “THC,” showcases Stark’s menacing and child-like vocals. Music for Sick Queers.

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