In Sickness and in Health

by The Mission Creeps

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Robert Writhe Exceptionally moody. Dig the variety even when it feels a little off from the rest of the tracks, namely Graveyard Shift, but it's all great. I love the use of accordion (or what sounds like it) in rock music, but I'm biased as an accordionist. I enjoy You Make Me Sssick, Haunted Sandcastle, 3 Sheets to the Wind, and Spiderhole best. I've only really listened to Fright Night Creep Out and thought this wouldn't be as tight as Fright Night but it is and shows how focus and solid this band is. Favorite track: You Make Me Sssick.
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Headstone 02:40
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Creepy 02:48
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Spiderhole 04:48
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Empty Coffin 02:28
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The Crussian 03:53
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Creepy, Unholy Truths featured in the film, The Graves by Brian Pulido

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released March 27, 2007

James Arr - Vocals, Guitar, Theremin. Miss Frankie Stein - Bass. Goya Kenny - Percussion. Namoli Brennet - Keyboard. Bryn Jones - Drums. Rebecca Horton - Vocals, Harmonica.
Recorded at Waterworks West. Mastered at SAE. Photo by Jessica Bates and Tom Walbank.

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The Mission Creeps Tucson, Arizona

Imagine a blend of The Cramps, Joy Division, Tom Waits, and Lightnin’ Hopkins. Now drench it in blood and make it play a theremin extremely well at gunpoint. ‘Nuff said. – Santa Fe New Mexican

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