Kids in a fast lane living for today No rules to abide by and no one to obey Sex, drugs and fun is their only thought and care Another swig of brew another overnight affair. House of the filthy, house not a home House of destruction where the lurkers roamed House that belonged to all the homeless kids House of the filthy, house not a home House of destruction where the lurkers roamed House that belonged to all the homeless kids Kids of the black hole.
album Return to the Black Hole (Amsterdamned Records, 1997). They reunited again in 2001 for more live performances, but Royer soon left, and Rikk Agnew left as well in 2003. Frank Agnew left after the band's reunion album, OC Confidential (2005), and Brandenburg and Soto later continued as the Adolescents with other lineups . Kids of the Black Hole' was Rikk Agnew's epic tribute to the hedonistic, comradely denizens of a Fullerton crash pad that cradled the fertile North County punk scene during 1979–80. The two songs introduced a massed, harmonized 'octave guitar' blitz-an Orange County rock signature.
Finally, sometimes with one final, huge explosion called a supernova, the star collapses in upon itself, becoming a black hole. The matter that it was made of is still there, but it has become squashed. It has a tremendous gravitational field. Imagine if you squished the Earth, with its magnetic field, into a cup. The magnetic field is still there, but it’s been made much stronger because it’s in such a small place. Fun Facts about Black Holes for Kids.
All you have to do is take in the might of the soaring leads more or less pioneered by Rikk Agnew and his brother Frank, even more thick and stinging live, and you understand. The Agnews' string munchings roar through the best songs here: the majestic "No Way," the manic "Who Is Who," the martial "Welcome to Reality," and the epics "Creatures" and "Kids of the Black Hole. Throughout, the Agnews' devilish sense of melody is well-served by Tony Cadena's guttural growl
As you might expect, nearly a full third of these scary album covers (9 out of 30) come from Black Sabbath or their two most famous front men, Ozzy Osbourne and Ronnie James Dio. Iron Maiden and their singer Bruce Dickinson earn a collective silver medal with three album covers, and, of course, Alice Cooper shows up more than once. Of course, we saved the most terrifying cover of all for last, with the Rolling Stones clearly possessed and in the grips of one of the most terrifying trends ever to haunt classic rock. Next: Rock's Scariest Songs. Categories: Galleries, Halloween.
Weezer (Black Album) (open. submitted 11 hours ago by g marschweezySongs From The Black Hole. submitted 22 hours ago by iBafoonCalifornia Kids.
|B1||No One's Listening|
|B2||Stranger In My Own Life|
NotesLyric sheet included
300 on black
100 on green translucent,
100 on blue translucent [THIS]
test-pressing with selfmade/painted cover: 8 made
|Headache 10||Kids Of The Black Hole||Scary (12", Ltd)||Pain Of Mind||Headache 10||Germany||2009|