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Liner Note on reverse cover: For Donald Stewart - Rest In Peace.
Gods Zoo is a single by the English post-punkgothic rock band Death Cult who later shortened their name to the Cult, released on 23 October 1983 by Situation Two. The song is often, erroneously, spelled God's Zoo with an apostrophe in the word Gods, indicating possessive case. The front features the group's name centered between four stereoscopic printed television sets. Within each television is an image. Clockwise from. Listen free to Death Cult Gods Zoo Gods Zoo, Gods Zoo These Times. 2 tracks 8:35. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Death Cult. Gods Zoo. Play album. Get album. Gods Zoo - The Cult. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Situation Two 1983 Images & music are copyrighted by their respective copyright Zoo is a single by Death Cult. Gods Zoo was released while the group was still recording and performing as Death Cult and was intended to be the lead single for Death Cults first album tentatively titled A Flower in the Desert. Gods Zoo Q&A. Producers Jeremy Green. Writers Death Cult. More Death Cult albums. Ghost Dance. Features Song Lyrics for Death Cult's Gods Zoo album. Death Cult - Gods Zoo Album Lyrics. Death Cult Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album . Death Cult - Gods Zoo. On this page you can download song Death Cult - Gods Zoo in mp3 and listen online. Gothic Rock. Live At Whitley Bay, Newcastle. Gods Zoo These Times appears on the following albums by Death Cult: Ghost Dance The Complete Studio Recordings track 10 this album compilation 1996. DEATH CULT GODS ZOO THESE TIMES SITUATION TWO SIT 29T POST PUNK GOTH Condition: Used. Time left: 9d 4m 23s Ships to: Worldwide. Not enough data Average Rating n n m av m n m AV where: av trimmed mean average rating an item has currently received. AV the site mean average rating. For those unawares, the Cult wasnt always a one-band compendium of your local animal name-themed classic rock radio station. In the early 80s, Ian Astbury under the name Ian Lindsay was the vocalist for Southern Death Cult, a group that though fate and good timing emerged as a rallying point for the coalescing gothic rock genre and its attendant subculture. While definitely more death disco than rock n roll raunch, Gods Zoo ultimately betrays a desire by the Death Cult to hit hard as well as sway to the beat. CD Album. CD Single. CD Maxi. death cult Gods zoo. Sold and dispatched by