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T-virus

Horror Thir13teen

Blood And Guts 6

Released on December 3, 2005


$13.00

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Behold the debut album from Swedish Horror-rockers, T-Virus. "Horror Thir13teen" is jam packed with mind-blowing romantic horror punk tracks. The styles vary from straight punk rock, to rock-a-billy, rock'n'roll and even some metal here and there. The sound quality is better than almost any major label release you will find on the market and the musicianship is out of this world. Will remind you of such acts as The Misfits, H.I.M., Social Distortion and Turbonegro to name a few. This album has NEVER received a negative review. Enjoy...

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Average Customer Rating: 2 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 They Came Marching Out Of Hell Voted #2  22%
2 Living Dead Doll  0%
3 Resident Evil  0%
4 Horror Night Voted #3  22%
5 Your Little Princess (is My Little Whore)  0%
6 Monster  6%
7 Caroline  22%
8 Playing Chess With The Grim Reaper  0%
9 Your Not Alone  0%
10 Born A Bastard  0%
11 Kill Her Tonight Voted #1  28%
12 The Curse  0%
13 The Cannibal Song (we Eat People)  0%
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David from Crittenden, KY 
Sep 22 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I was really excited to get this CD in the mail, but it did nothing but disappoint. The lyrics on this album are horrible and there are maybe 2 stand out tracks. If you are a fan of good horror punk do yourself a favor, save your money and avoid this album.

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Blake from Pearcy, AR 
Nov 21 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Can anyone say Misfits? Because they can't even spell it. Doesn't stop them from belting out some damn good Misfits inspired punk rock. I can't even think of anything else to say that doesn't have 'Misfits' somewhere in the sentence. Best song is "Born A Bastard". - Blake





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