The Angel Song - Destroy All Monsters - The Detroit Oratorio (CD)

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  • Read and write album reviews for The Detroit Oratorio - Destroy All Monsters on AllMusic.
  • Although Destroy All Monsters never recorded a proper album, Sonic Youth singer/guitarist Thurston Moore released a three compact disc compilation of the group's music in Early years Formed in , the first edition of Destroy All Monsters was formed by University of Michigan art students Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw, Niagara (Lynn Rovner) and.
  • This mini album is a great collector starter kit of studio singles of Destroy All Monsters, well worth owning for the collection. For additional comments on Destroy All Monsters, read the review for "The Night That Never Ends," then read "Live In Tokyo & Osaka" the only non-starter of the lot, probably because it is not DAM, the real DAM/5(5).
  • Directly addressing the theme of I Rip You, You Rip Me, in these concerts Destroy All Monsters utilized material lifted from such Detroit-based bands of the late sixties as the MC5, the Bob Seger System, grand Funk Railroad, the SRC, the Amboy Dukes, etc., as well as the local comedian Soupy Sales, and period recordings of broadcast television.
  • Destroy All Monsters were an influential Detroit band existing from to , with sporadic performances since. Their music touched on elements of punk rock. Destroy all monsters a journey deep into the cavern of dungeons & dragons, a utopian, profoundly dorky and influential game that, lacking clear winners or an end, may.
  • Destroy All Monsters discography and songs: Music profile for Destroy All Monsters, formed Genres: Punk Rock, Noise Rock, Experimental Rock. Albums include - , Gummo, and Bored.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Detroit Oratorio on Discogs.5/5(3).
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  • Feb 03,  · Destroy All Monsters came from Detroit and is was on and off active between They recorded their first single "Bored / You're Gonna Die" in Ron Asheton played earlier in The Stooges, Michael Davis in MC5. Destroy All Monsters on this one: Niagara (vocals) Ron Asheton (guitar) Michael Davis (bass) Rob King (drums).

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