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Born from the Grave: If Rock n Roll Is Dead, We Are Zombies

by The Lost Trouble Boys

Like a hand coming out of the tomb, bringing hope to whom says that Rock died and gas for those who always believed in it! With Full Force and High Energy!
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Dr. Frankenstein
2:12 $0.99
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2. Barbecue Booster
2:37 $0.99
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3. Drink, Fuck, Fight and Smoke (feat. Kelly Hipólito)
2:51 $0.99
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4. This High Society Sucks (feat. Joe Klenner)
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5. Dead Flowers (feat. Marcelo Caraciolo Tucci)
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6. Homeland of Hate
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7. The Night of the Werewolf
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Album Notes
Like a hand coming out of the tomb, The Lost Trouble Boys releases the album "Born From The Grave - If Rock n Roll is Dead, We Are Zombies". Bringing Hope to Whom says that Rock died and gas for those who always believed in it. Stuffed with references like classic horror movies, B movies, social criticism, and of course, fun. The album appears in high voltage, accompanied with a lot of beer, bringing musical influences that mix, you hear Garage Rock, Protopunk, Hard Rock, Punk 70, Hardcore and Stoner within the same work. Oh, and if rock n roll died, the title already answers the question.

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released December 20, 2018

Band Members:
André Perpétuo - Bass / Vocals
Carlos "Charlie" Marques - Guitar / Backing Vocals
Wagner Cunha - Guitar / Backing Vocals
Dan "Dani Boy" Pimentel - Drums / Backing Vocals


SONGS:
1. "Dr. Frankenstein" 2:12 - 208271-20181218091842
2. "Barbecue Booster "* 2:36 - 208272-20181218092503
3. "Drink, Fuck, Fight and Smoke" ** 2:50 - 208273-20181218093022
4. "This High Society Sucks" **** 1:11 - 208275-20181218093934
5. "Dead Flowers" *** 3:08 - 208274-20181218093404
6. "Homeland of Hate" 2:40 - 208276-20181218094435
7. "The Night of The Werewolf" 3:58 - 208278-20181218094911

* Especial Guests: Backing Vocals by Arthur Rinaldi (The Assault), Marcelo Caraciolo Tucci (Os Capial, Escopeta, Catota) and The Lost Trouble Boys.
** Especial Guest: Kelly Hipólito (Blixten) Vocals by The Lost Trouble Boys and Kelly Hipólito, backing vocals add Iuri Rabatini (The Assault)
*** Especial Guests: Marcelo Caraciollo Tucci (Os Capial, Escopeta) and Ana Flávia Marconi on Backing Vocals with Dan "Dani Boy" Pimentel.
****Especial Guest: Joe Klenner (Corazones Muertos, Daniel Belleza e Os Corações em Fúria), Joe's vocal line recorded at Porto Produções Musicais (São Paulo-SP) by Matheus Krempel (The Bombers)
- Dr. Frankenstein and The Night of The Werewolf are homages from classic horror movies.

released December 20, 2018

EP:
"Born From The Grave - If Rock n Roll is Dead, We are Zombies"
- Recorded in October 2018 at Estúdio Távola (Araraquara-SP) and Joe's vocal line in "This High Society Sucks" at Porto Produções Musicais (São Paulo-SP), mixed by Artur Rinaldi and produced by The Lost Trouble Boys.
- Special guests: Joe Klenner (Corazones Muertos, Daniel Belleza e Os Coraçoes em Fúria), Matheus Krempel (The Bombers, Estúdio Porto Produções Musicais), Kelly Hipólito (Blixten), Artur Rinaldi (The Assault), Iuri Rabatini (The Assault) and Marcelo Caraciolo Tucci (Os Capial, Escopeta).
- Cover art: Wildner Lima
- All songs composed by Carlos "Charlie" Marques, André Perpétuo, Wagner Cunha and Dan "Dani Boy"Pimentel, musical arrangement by André Perpétuo and performed by The Lost Trouble Boys.

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