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8 thoughts on “ Mosh, Dont Pass The Guy - Frank Black - The Cult Of Ray (CD, Album)

  1. The Cult of Ray, Black's third album (a tribute to fellow extraterrestrial Ray Bradbury), presents a slimmer, more stylistically consistent set of crunch-chord slams with a punk theme, including "Dance War," and "Mosh, Don't Pass the Guy," "Jesus Was Right," and "Punk Rock City." The album's missing eclecticism is more than compensated by Lyle /5(29).
  2. This is the album that killed off the first incarnation of Frank Black and cemented his reputation as 'formerly of the Pixies'. It's not that this album is bad; it's actually got some quite good songs. It's just that if you are going to be ironic you have to let the fans in /5(25).
  3. Mosh, Don't Pass the Guy This song is by Frank Black and appears on the album The Cult of Ray ().
  4. The frenetic guitar wig-out of ‘Mosh, Don’t Pass The Guy’ is a thrill, the attitude-heavy chug of the title track is snug and satisfying and the uncharacteristically heartfelt mournful.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Cult Of Ray on Discogs. Label: Dragnet Records - Dragnet ,Epic - EPC 9 • Format: CD Album CD EP, Limited Edition • Country: UK & Ireland • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock/5(19).
  6. The one oasis in this desert of willful mediocrity is the instrumental "Mosh, Don't Pass The Guy," which is a good incarnation of the standard up-tempo, changing-time-signatures tunesmithing Black is known for. It's not that this is the worst album I've heard, it's /5(29).
  7. Frank Black ‎– The Cult Of Ray. 12 The Cult Of Ray 9 The Creature Crawling Engineer [Assistant] – Billy Bowers, Eddie Miller, Greg Fidelman, Ian MacPherson, Jim Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. Apr 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Cult Of Ray on Discogs/5(33).

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