Drop Dead - Venomous Concept - Poisoned Apple (CDr, Album)

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  1. May 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Poisoned Apple on Discogs.
  2. Drop Dead This song is by Venomous Concept and appears on the album Poisoned Apple (). What was always meant to be Was not always hopes and dreams Work, work, work, like a jerk Broken back for some fool's shirt Slave and drone, fucking moan Find yourself a total lone Sell .
  3. Venomous Concept, Category: Artist, Albums: Kick Me Silly - VC 3, Poisoned Apple, Retroactive Abortion, Top Tracks: Drop Dead, Water Cooler, Toxic Kiss, Life, Anthem, Biography: Sort of an extreme metal and punk supergroup, Venomous Concept (the name itself is an homage to the band Poison Idea) were started by Brutal Truth vocalist Kevin Sharp and Napalm Death guitarist Shane Embury in .
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from Poisoned Apple by Venomous Concept Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Chaos Lyrics: Open your eyes to worldwide violence, copious shit talk, political bore* / Idol rhetoric, violence licks its face with open sores / Politics aside, subject to it's menticide.
  6. This album is from the hardcore/thrash supergroup Venomous Concept. Band members are a combination from several other groups. These guys are tight and they rock. One look at Venomous Concept's roster is all it takes to know that the band's corrosive mix of grind, hardcore and punk is without equal on their sophomore effort, Poisoned Apple/5(5).
  7. A Case Of The Mondays Lyrics: Feeding ourselves to the mouth of paranoia* / Wrenching our hearts from the womb of rejection / All that we feel is awaiting the inevitable / Sedation (sedation) in.
  8. Jan 19,  · Provided to YouTube by YouTube CSV2DDEX Drop Dead · Venomous Concept Poisoned Apple ℗ Century Media Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  9. Venomous Concept is the brainchild of Shane Embury (Napalm Death, Lock Up), and Kevin Sharp (Brutal Truth). The idea was tossed around while Embury was in the states after touring Napalm Death’s “Order of the Leech” album.

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