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Stonehead - The Snake Corps - 3rd Cup (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 3rd Cup on Discogs. Label: Ophidian - OPHD • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock The Snake Corps - 3rd Cup (, CD) | Discogs/5(11).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Snake Corps - 3rd Cup at Discogs. Complete your The Snake Corps collection/5(11).
  3. Discogs: CD, 3rd Cup. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(11).
  4. 3rd Cup, an Album by The Snake Corps. Released in on Ophidian ‎ (catalog no. OPHD; CD). Genres: Post-Punk, Dream Pop. Featured peformers: Tristan Garel-Funk (guitar, writer), Marc Lewis (vocals), Jim Blanchard (bass), Ian Gibson (keyboards), Jon Greville (drums), Brad Grisdal /5(1).
  5. The Snake Corps split. It seemed that the best-of compilation "Spice" released by Cherry Red would be the band's swan-song. Thankfully, the finished master tapes of "The 3rd Cup" were already in the band's possession when Midnight Music went under but it was to be couple of years before the album was finally released on CD.
  6. Free from their contract with Midnight Music but with their commitment to release the next album as a one-off, this line-up recorded (at their own expense) "The 3rd Cup" at Midnight-owned Berry Street Studios. With Brad Grisdale at the controls, a creative meeting of minds between the band and their engineer resulted in was what many consider to be the Snake Corps finest album.
  7. The Snake Corps split. It seemed that the best-of compilation Spice subsequently released by Cherry Red would probably be the band's swan-song. Thankfullly, the finished master tapes of The 3rd Cup were already in the band's possession when Midnight went under but it was to be couple of years before the album was finally released on CD by Ophidian an off-shoot of the Oxford label Rotator.
  8. Nov 10,  · Championed by the legendary DJ John Peel they recorded the band's second album Smother Earth in The next album The 3rd Cup (recorded at their own expense) was released in , The band reformed in ‘The Ocean Calls' EP, was released in September , She'll Rise, released 10 November Did you love me then in my dreams Have you forgotten .
  9. Foundations Forum was the first exclusively heavy metal music industry convention, held annually from to in Los Angeles. The convention was set up by Concrete Marketing who had in January created the first industry trade magazine for the heavy metal world – Foundations. Realizing there was little or no attention or focus on this growing market, and having seen the far reaching.

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