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Rosemary's Babies

Talking To The Dead

Ghastly 1

Released on September 7, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 What I Hate  0%
2 Talking To The Dead  0%
3 Sex Maniac  0%
4 One Dead Low-Life  0%
5 I Vote Yes  0%
6 Happy Song  0%
7 Attack Of The 50ft Cowboy  0%
8 Sounds Of Death  0%
9 I'm Gonna Be Sick  0%
10 You Just Don't Rate  0%
11 Alice In Murderland  0%
12 That's Alright, That's Ok  0%
13 Let's Molest  0%
14 Fake Babies  0%
15 Dead Zone  0%
16 Small Minds Think Small  0%
17 Becky Bondage  0%
18 Inferior  0%
19 Blood Lust  0%
20 The Green Hornet Theme  0%
21 Fake Babies (Live)  0%
22 Alice In Murderland (Live)  0%
23 Talking To The Dead (Live)  0%
24 That's Alright, That's Ok (Live)  0%
25 Small Minds Think Small (Live)  0%
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Patrick from Prospect Hts., IL 
Nov 20 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ok, so...if you know about Rosemary's Babies, you probably know that they featured Eerie Von (bassist for Danzig and Samhain) on drums, some of the members were high school classmates of Misfits' guitarist Doyle, and they were from Lodi, New Jersey, the same town as the Misfits. It seems that because of these 3 facts, these guys tend to be written off as "Misfits wannabes". The truth is that the 2 bands really sound nothing alike. There is no horror-punk to Rosemary's Babies, aside from their band name. The singer doesn't attempt to be Danzig and they aren't poppy at all. Instead, Rosemary's Babies played fairly standard and generic hardcore. It's not bad, but if you are really into music from this era, then it's nothing you haven't already heard. If you are one of those fantical Misfits collectors, pick up this CD instead of paying a few hundred bucks for the original 7" and save your money for that original copy of "Cough/Cool" or "Night Of The Living Dead" that occasionally pops up on eBay.

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Elias from Tucson, AZ 
Jul 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jesus Christ!!!! Why God? Why is Rosemary's Babies looked off as a Misfits Rip-Off!! Damn I had to review this album before time runs out. This is no doubt, the best CD I have bought this year. I just can't stop praising it. Okay time to get to the review.

Talking to the Dead is an album of unreleased R.B. songs with Different mixes of the original Blood Lust EP. I want to review how fucking good each track is but I don't want to bore you with a long review. Well Rosemary's Babies is a mix of Minor Threat, Misfits(earth ad), and Boston Hadcore. Some of the songs are obviosly influenced by A Clockwork Orange. Though half of the album is Horror influenced straight up Hardcore Punk. The Other half is a mix of political satire and Fun. Buy it you won't regret it.

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Ryan from Sacramento, CA 
Aug 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

BADASS old school Hardcore Punk. Real fast, aggressive and has great growling angry,twisted lyrics. The motherfucker who wrote American Hardcore said these guys were weak Misfits wanna-be's. He's talking out of his ass cos these guys didn't sound ANYTHING remotely like the Misfits and they were way more heavy. Would reccomend it to any of you fuckers who dig Negative Approach, Lockjaw, Nihilistics, The Lewd, Solger, YDI, White Pride, Bad Posture, old Bad Brains, Black Flag, Verbal Abuse, Poison Idea etc etc,,,,,puke hack. These guys were up there with all those bands. But I need to get off their nuts and just stop rambling,, fuck.

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Paul from Astoria, NY 
Aug 13 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd rules, It's not horror punk as we know it nowadays, With bands that either try to sound like the Misfits or Michael Graves. This is actually a hardcore punk record from the early 80's that sounds more like Verbal Abuse & Black Flag but with horror theme songs. The production is great too! It doesn't sound rough or like a demo, I can't say enough good things about this album, It seems like everything EERIE VON does sounds awesome, So if you're a fan of the Misfits or Samhain or 80's hc/skate punk this album will please both camps.

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Daniel from Indianapolis, IN 
Mar 16 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Really Really hardcore stuff here. Fast and loud but not real great. But for those who don't know this is Eerie Von's old band before he was w/ Samhain and Danzig. so if your a big fan of bands like The Misfits, Samhain, The Undead, Mourning Noise or Danzig then this may still dissapoint you a little but it still beats hell out of Simple Plan or any of that gay ass shit.










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