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R.I.P. - A 12" Collection


Download links and information about R.I.P. - A 12" Collection by Alien Sex Fiend. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Electronica, Industrial, Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 02:29:19 minutes.

Artist: Alien Sex Fiend
Release date: 2008
Genre: Electronica, Industrial, Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 02:29:19
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No. Title Length
1. Ignore the Machine (Electrode Mix) 5:08
2. Under the Thunder (Ignore the Dub) 6:44
3. Lips Can't Go (Toytown Mix) 2:50
4. 30 Second Coma 2:45
5. R.I.P. (Blue Crumb Truck) 4:51
6. New Christian Music 7:23
7. Dead and Buried (12" Version) 5:48
8. Attack!!! 8:30
9. E.S.T. (Trip to the Moon) [12" Version] 8:33
10. I'm Doing Time In a Maximum Security Twilight Home (Football Mix) 6:07
11. In and Out of My Mind 2:28
12. I Walk the Line 4:51
13. Schools Out (Completely) 3:15
14. Smells Like... (S**t Mix 1) 5:45
15. Hurricane Fighter Plane 6:51
16. It Lives Again 3:46
17. The Impossible Mission (Mix 2) 4:37
18. My Brain Is In the Cupboard Above the Kitchen Sink 3:31
19. Here Cum Germs (Ravi Mix 1) 6:27
20. Camel-Camel! 2:59
21. Stuff the Turkey 3:57
22. Bun Ho! (Cranium Mix) 5:21
23. Satisfaction 4:45
24. Haunted House (Dub Mix) 7:25
25. Now I'm Feeling Zombiefied 7:59
26. B.I.M. 2:08
27. Magic 3:54
28. Inferno (Off the Scale Mix) 10:41



Alien Sex Fiend lived their life on 12" singles. Albums, CDs, and live shows fell like rain, but the only date that was really worth noting in your diary was the release of their next slab of seething footlong electro nastiness, and this two-CD collection brings every one of those dates blazing back into the memory. There are 28 slices of noise bleeding out of the discs, and though this doesn't include every mix of every track, there's enough here to send your brain melting back to whichever mid-'80s dancefloor it was where you first encountered the glory that was the Fiend. Of course, a lot has changed since then, as sonic effects that once seemed extraordinary have become routine and mundane, and ideas that were once revolutionary are now as old as dirt. But from "Ignore the Machine" to "Inferno," from "E.S.T. (Trip to the Moon)" to "Haunted House," and on to such delirious demolitions as "Hurricane Fighter Plane" and "School's Out" (but no "Silver Machine" — shame!), you will be feeling utterly, wonderfully Zombiefied long before you get to Beavis & Butthead's favorite Sex Fiend anthem. And we can all do time in a Maximum Security Twilight Home together.