UFO Or Die / Haino Keiji - Bee-Haibu album flac
- Album: Bee-Haibu
- FLAC: 1800 mb | MP3: 1102 mb
- Style: Noise, Avantgarde
- Rating: 4.3/5
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- Format: FLAC WAV XM DTS ADX MIDI VOX
|A1||–UFO Or Die||Let's Categorize|
|A2||–UFO Or Die||Space Disco|
|A3||–UFO Or Die||MC4|
|A4||–UFO Or Die||Atomic Vomit Men|
|A5||–UFO Or Die||Suck My Stomach|
|A6||–UFO Or Die||Much Much|
|B||–Haino Keiji*||Guitar Improvisation|
- Bass – Tony Lee (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Drums – Yoshimi Yokota* (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Guitar, Vocals – Eye Yamatsuka* (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Recorded By – Myke Holling
NotesRecorded live at the Beehive Coffeehouse on December 21, 1991.
KEIJI HAINO side 1 Guitar Improvisation Recorded at the Beehive Coffeehouse, Pittsburgh December 21st, 1991. Released : SSS Productions, USA. SSS041.
UFO OR DIE side 1 Let's Categorize 2 Space Disco 3 Mc4 4 Atomic Vomit Men 5 Suck My Stomach 6 Much Much Recorded at the Beehive Coffeehouse, Pittsburgh.
UFO Or Die, Haino Keiji – Bee-Haibu. Label: SSS Productions – SSS 41.
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A1 –UFO Or Die Let's Categorize A2 –UFO Or Die Space Disco A3 –UFO Or Die MC4 A4 –UFO Or Die Atomic Vomit Men A5 –UFO Or Die Suck My Stomach A6 –UFO Or Die Much Much B –Haino Keiji Guitar Improvisation.
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