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Blitzkid

Let Flowers Die

Horror High 506

Released on May 30, 2006

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"Let Flowers Die" is back from the grave and re-issued due to overwhelming demand. Drenched with dark harmonies and sonically stitched together like Frankenstein's monster. This 2001 classic holds strong.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Nosferatu  2%
2 Candyman  5%
3 Hellraiser Voted #2  15%
4 These Walls  5%
5 The Pumpkinpatch Murders Voted #1  17%
6 Reanimated  3%
7 The Fog  10%
8 Dying Day  12%
9 Among The Dead  3%
10 Myers Ten Thirty One  13%
11 Motel Hell Voted #3  15%
12 Motorized Homicide  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, May 30 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jordan from Vienna, WV 
Jun 7 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fans of the original Misfits and Samhain will enjoy this album. Blitzkid is making horror punk the way the Misfits wish they could still make it. Dark and sinister lyrics meld with upbeat punk bass and drums. A must-have for any horror punk fan

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Elias from Tucson, AZ 
Mar 28 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

LET FLOWERS DIE, Wow, this is modern Horror rock at its best. The guitar is heavier than their other releases, but its still good. Every song in here kicks Monster ASS except The fog and Motorized homocide these two just suck. I would've wrote a longer review going into detail but I don't have time. Anyways Buy this album along with the other ones and you won't be dissapointed.

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Mahana from Houston, TX 
Sep 14 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This is a pretty mediocore album. It's alright - if you already love Blitzkid, this is a good addition to the collection. If not, I suggest getting "Trace of a Stranger" - now that album is pure genius.

In "Let Flowers Die", all the songs just sort of blend together - nothing really stands out - and if anything, this album reminds me of some of the sounds of the oldschool Misfits albums due to the undertones - but definately not any of the stuff after Danzig left.

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John from Gilbert, AZ 
Aug 12 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good, if you liked the Misfits American Psycho album. Of course there is no replacing the Misfits, but Blitzkid made a pretty good album. It wouldn't be my first choice it's more of a novelty album that you probably won't listen to all of the time, but it's worth owning. The music is good and the lyrics are straight out of a horror movie!





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