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  1. Dalar says:
    Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for at dance.modikustugoredianadar.infoinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. out of 5 stars Venom P. Stinger January 10, Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase. to be able to get all of the Venom P Stinger material on a single release. I own all of these from 5/5(2).
  2. Mahn says:
    ***The VENOM P. STINGER retrospective is on! One of the roughest groups of the 80s is back in print on vinyl and for the first time ever on CD, and still nice and hard and rough and wild on either format. File under: punk rock/noise rock/free-of-cons.
  3. Malkree says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for - Venom P. Stinger on AllMusic - - Australia's Venom P. Stinger grew out of a small 9/
  4. Netaxe says:
    Venom P. Stinger were an Australian noise rock band, formed in The original line-up was Dugald MacKenzie on lead vocals, Alan Secher-Jensen on bass guitar, Mick Turner on guitar, and Jim White on drums. They disbanded in and reformed two years later, they disbanded again in
  5. Mazujar says:
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  6. Voodooshakar says:
    It was a small group of people playing in bands like these back in mids Melbourne and probably only a matter of time before they played in the same band together. And so, they did. Venom P. Stinger attacked in a modified, somewhat streamlined hardcore punk style, with Mick’s burnt-and- twisted guitar tone setting them apart.
  7. Melar says:
    Australia's Venom P. Stinger grew out of a small underground scene in Melbourne. Guitarist Mick Turner (Moodists, Fungus Brains, Sick Things) and vocalist Dugald McKenzie (Sick Things) joined bassist Alan Secher-Jensen and drummer Jim White (Feral Dinosaurs, People.
  8. Brazshura says:
    Oct 09,  · More recent release reviews at THIS PAGE. Venom P. Stinger: It's sort of a truth that every time I listen to some vicious Aussie swamp rock by the likes of Birthday Party, Scientists or, thanks to this new double disc compilation, Venom P. Stinger, it sure makes followers like Slug Guts and Bird Blobs.

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