Category: Classical

9 thoughts on “ Im Alive - WASP* - Inside The Electric Circus (Cassette, Album)

  1. referencing Inside The Electric Circus, LP, Album, 1A 1, 24 1, 24 1 A rush job from the record company that wanted to ride on then infamous shock rockers popularity. First album w Blackie Lawless on rythm guitar instead of sacked Randy Piper & new blood in bassplayer Johnny Rod from King Kobra.
  2. Inside the Electric Circus is the third studio album by heavy metal band W.A.S.P., released in October through Capitol Records; a remastered edition featuring two bonus tracks was reissued in through Snapper Music. The album is the band's first to feature singer and bandleader Blackie Lawless playing guitar, having switched from bass to rhythm guitar. It reached No. 60 on the US Billboard .
  3. I - I'm still alive, and I am soul survivor You can't understand, why I - I'm still alive, and I am soul survivor Damn your holy man - alive Can't understand, the lord of the land Your heart and your head made of stone Lay in the sand my blood on your hands For God's sake just leave me alone Oh, no, you won't nail me to your tree Or hang my.
  4. Inside the Electric Circus is a heavy metal music album recording by W.A.S.P. released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
  5. W.A.S.P. "Easy Living": This is a thing I've never known before It's called easy living This is a place I've never seen befo.
  6. Inside The Electric Circus: Excellent title track and first true track. It follows the formula of putting a fast "pump up" track first. It feels like it could've been on the debut album. 5/5 Don't Need A Doctor: A cover track, but W.A.S.P puts their own spin on it, much like their cover of Paint it Black. 5//5(63).
  7. Wasp Inside The Electric Circus Inside The Electric Circus BLACKIE LAWLESS A scream unlocks the cage The roar's rock the stage Hunger of animals are calling Thrive upon the rage Paw prints on the page The roam's going wild, walls are falling Lights shine.
  8. After the release of Inside the Electric Circus, WASP released a live album (although I'd argue that there's not much that's actually "live") that more or less marked the end 80's era WASP. From The Headless Children forward, the WASP sound changed quite a bit/5(27).
  9. Track 3 written by Jo Armstead, Nick Ashford, and Valerie Simpson Track 8 written by Ken Hensley Although, "I Don't Need No Doctor" was originally performed by Ray Charles, the W.A.S.P. cover is much closer to Humble Pie's version of the song.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *