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Alien Sex Fiend - Drive My Rocket - The Collection Part One FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Nightmare Zone
Written-By – Wade*, Wade*
4:01
2 Drive My Rocket
Producer – YouthWritten-By – Wade*, James*, Freshwater*, Wade*
4:09
3 Hurricane Fighter Plane
Producer – YouthWritten-By – Barthelme*, Thompson*, Cunningham*
3:44
4 Isolation
Written-By – Wade*, James*, Wade*
7:09
5 Stressed Out (Brain Drain Mix)
Producer – Mrs. Fiend, Nik*Remix – Mrs. Fiend, Nik*Written-By – Wilson*, Wade*, Wade*, Milton*
5:30
6 Back To The Egg
Producer – Kevin ArmstrongWritten-By – Wade*, James*, Freshwater*, Wade*
4:50
7 Now I'm Feeling Zombiefied
Written-By – Fiend*, Fiend*
7:59
8 Get Into It
Written-By – Wade*, James*, Wade*
3:44
9 Attack!!!
Producer – Kevin ArmstrongWritten-By – Wade*, James*, Freshwater*, Wade*
8:26
10 Crazier Still
Written-By – Wade*, James*, Freshwater*, Wade*, Ward*
7:03
11 I Walk The Line
Written-By – Wade*, James*, Wade*
4:51
12 Depravity Lane
Written-By – Wade*, James*, Wade*
5:39
13 Sample My Sausage
Written-By – Wade*, Wade*
2:39

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cleopatra Records
  • Copyright (c) – Cleopatra Records
  • Licensed From – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Disctronics USA

Credits

  • Compiled By – Judson Leach
  • Design [Cover Concept] – Alien Sex Fiend
  • Design [Intro] – Katherine Yeski
  • Liner Notes – Mrs. Fiend
  • Mastered By – Judson Leach
  • Painting [Front Cover Painting] – Nik Fiend, Scottie
  • Photography By [Inner] – Kevin Westenberg
  • Producer – Alien Sex Fiend (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 to 13)

Notes

℗© 1994 Cleopatra
Licensed from Cherry Red Records, Ltd.
CD: Made/printed in USA
Packaging: Printed in Canada

Track 3 is a Red Krayola cover.
Track 3 is the 7" single version.
Track 7 is the 12" single version.
Track 9 is the B-side of the Dead And Buried 12" single.
Track 10 is a B-side track from the Stuff The Turkey / They All Call Me Crazee 12" single.
Track 5 is exclusive to this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7-41157-9412-2-7
  • Matrix / Runout: 126279-D1-4186-1 DISCTRONICS USA **CLEO9412**
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2D2A

Alien Sex Fiend - Drive My Rocket - The Collection Part One FLAC album

Musician performer: Alien Sex Fiend

Title: Drive My Rocket - The Collection Part One

Date of release: 1994

Style: Electro, Industrial, Goth Rock

Genre: Electronic / Rock

Size FLAC: 1600 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 329

Other Formats: MOD MP4 AA ASF AAC APE ADX

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Cel
Eighties Indie devils create their individual music for the post-Goth undead. Fans will lap it up - newcomers should wonder at what they missed. Try as I might I just couldn't dislike this record. As a medium-aged fogie, I had lived through the time when ALIEN SEX FIEND had been reet popular with the independent crowd. Hectic days. One week PsychoBilly would be the thing to be into, the next week it would be Indie Folk, or people like THE POGUES blending Irish Trad with shabby Punk. THE PISTOLS died, and the first (and best) wave of Punk died with it, but by then all the kids were clued into music and groups were appearing like acne on a randy teenager's face - each day there'd be more spot on an increasingly less defined mug. And as mugshots go, NIK FIEND's was both disturbing and somehow too quirky to be taken seriously. A comedy horror figure, you couldn't seem to get away from his image for long. Now, some years on, I come to reconsider their music. Silly titles, daft toilet humour lyrics, but the music - a sorta Rockabilly Punk would often smoulder, and on occasion explode into an uncontrollable conflagration. Tracks like "Hurricane Fighter Plane", "Drive My Rocket", "Back To The Egg" & "Now I'm Feeling Zombiefied" (with it's STOOGES-like chorus), "Attack", "I Walk The Line" cut the mustard, but couldn't push them beyond the groundswell zeitgeist groups. Whereas "Nightmare Zone" (a touch of the CHROMEs in there) could scald the listener with steaming hot dance music. The Goth tag the earned themselves can be heard on tracks like "Isolation". And "Sample My Sausage" has a strong sense of humour to it which actually converts well. What is really sad about this record (and isn't really their fault) is the early, naive use of samplers which almost totally lacks subtlety, but thank goodness this only pops up on a couple of tracks. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
Cel
Eighties Indie devils create their individual music for the post-Goth undead. Fans will lap it up - newcomers should wonder at what they missed. Try as I might I just couldn't dislike this record. As a medium-aged fogie, I had lived through the time when ALIEN SEX FIEND had been reet popular with the independent crowd. Hectic days. One week PsychoBilly would be the thing to be into, the next week it would be Indie Folk, or people like THE POGUES blending Irish Trad with shabby Punk. THE PISTOLS died, and the first (and best) wave of Punk died with it, but by then all the kids were clued into music and groups were appearing like acne on a randy teenager's face - each day there'd be more spot on an increasingly less defined mug. And as mugshots go, NIK FIEND's was both disturbing and somehow too quirky to be taken seriously. A comedy horror figure, you couldn't seem to get away from his image for long. Now, some years on, I come to reconsider their music. Silly titles, daft toilet humour lyrics, but the music - a sorta Rockabilly Punk would often smoulder, and on occasion explode into an uncontrollable conflagration. Tracks like "Hurricane Fighter Plane", "Drive My Rocket", "Back To The Egg" & "Now I'm Feeling Zombiefied" (with it's STOOGES-like chorus), "Attack", "I Walk The Line" cut the mustard, but couldn't push them beyond the groundswell zeitgeist groups. Whereas "Nightmare Zone" (a touch of the CHROMEs in there) could scald the listener with steaming hot dance music. The Goth tag the earned themselves can be heard on tracks like "Isolation". And "Sample My Sausage" has a strong sense of humour to it which actually converts well. What is really sad about this record (and isn't really their fault) is the early, naive use of samplers which almost totally lacks subtlety, but thank goodness this only pops up on a couple of tracks. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.