The Million-Year Picnic. A2. Swing Shift (Soixante-neuf). A3. Blind Windows, Countervail. Nash The Slash appears courtesy of Cut-Throat Records. Special thanks to Rich Shupe. This compilation is comprised of tracks taken from Nash The Slash's first three studio releases: Dreams And Nightmares (1979), Children Of The Night (1980) and Decomposing (1981).
The Million-Year Picnic. Published by Marginal Music (CAPAC) except "Dead Man's Curve" by Screen Gems (BMI) (C) 1984, The Cryptic Corporation and Cut-Throat Records (P) 1984, Cut-Throat Records. This compilation is comprised of tracks taken from Nash The Slash's first three studio releases: Dreams And Nighmares (1979), Children Of The Night (1980) and Decomposing (1981). Matrix, Runout (Side A): NS 8409-A L16723.
The Million Year Picnic from Nash the Slash (1984) (LP). The Million Year Picnic. LP. Ralph RecordsNS-8409.
Artist: Nash The Slash Genre: Rock Release Date: 1984 Label: Ralph Records Catalog Number: NS-8409 Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP. Dig-Deeper. Whatever (LP) The Leather Nun. Artist Releases. Decomposing (12") Nash The Slash. And You Thought You Were Normal (LP) Nash The Slash. Hammersmith Holocaust (LP) Nash The Slash. Children Of The Night (CD) Nash The Slash
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