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Life Is a Grave & I Dig It

Hellcat 80480.2

Released on April 10, 2007


Nekromantix are quite simply the premier psychobilly band in the world. Founded in 1989, over the course of six albums (three in the US), Nekromantix have inspired a generation of rockabilly and psychobilly bands, earned a Grammy nod, and spawned the immensely popular side project Horrorpops, who have scanned over 80,000 CDs in their own right. Now comes Life Is A Grave And I Dig It!!!, a return to the raw, driving sound of early classics like Return of the Loving Dead.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 NekroHigh Voted #3  10%
2 Horny In A Hearse Voted #2  16%
3 Life Is A Grave & I Dig It!  10%
4 My Girl  4%
5 Rot In Hell! Voted #1  21%
6 Voodoo Shop Hop  7%
7 Cave Canem  4%
8 Flowers Are Slow  4%
9 B.E.A.S.T.  6%
10 Anaheim After Dark  5%
11 Fantazma  3%
12 Panic At The Morgue  10%
13 Out Comes The Batz  0%
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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Apr 6 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

a pretty good effort by this band.the sandorff brothers have left the band, and i would say they added a great part of the nekromantix sound. 'return of the loving dead', or earlier titles like 'hellbound' and 'demon's are a girls best friend' are your best bet..but still a solid investment for any psychobilly fan

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Geo from Anaheim, CA 
Nov 1 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

different from all of the other cds i wouldnt say in a good way or in a bad way but just know that troy destroy is kick ass i didnt like all the songs in the cd but kim nekro with his fast bass playing and troy with his 2chord playing make a kik ass band to listen to no more rythim gutar but more solo insight

shure they changed their style of playing but i think its a good change more faster in some songs

too many songs about a girl

i would recomend it because its nekromantix and its such a kik ass cd

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Chad from Yakima, WA 
Oct 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Different from the older stuff. Was still good. I didn't feel that the backup vocals worked as well as past releases, obviously due to line-up change. "Fantazma" was my favorite song on the album.

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Shane from Fremont, CA 
Jul 19 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a pretty good release from the Nekromantix. Definitely not their best by any means though. Kim's slappin' is tops as usual...but the lyrical content got a bit cheezy in parts....just like the Return of the Loving Dead CD. Overall good release, a lot better than the new Tiger Army shit, which isn't all that noteworthy and was supposed to be one of the most anticipated "psychobilly" albums this year. Buy it if you are a true fan.

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Richard from Ranch Santa Margarit, CA 
Apr 18 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Kim does it again. A great CD with a good mix of styles and beats. Buy two copies. One for you and one for a friend.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Apr 15 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

For weeks I have reading so much crap about how Kim Nekroman wouldn't be able to rival the sound of the last Nekromantix album (Dead Girls Dont Girl) because the Sandorff brothers were no longer in the band. What a load. This album is awesome. It sounds like Kim met up with some friends and just created great songs. This is how music SHOULD be made! I don't know whether to say if this is my favorite Nekromantix's album, but it is certainly a great collection of songs. Good job Nekroman!

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Brian from Galt, CA 
Apr 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is Great Stuff!! These guys never cease to amaze me. I think I have almost purchased their albums. I would say that this album (life's a gave and I dig it) comes close to Return of the Loving Dead or even Demons are a Girls Best Friend. This album carries a lot of energy along with a great variety. I guarantee you have not heard a Nekromantix CD like this one. It has a taste of its own. For any collector or fan of psychobilly, you should buy this and add it to your collection. Fans of the Horrorpops (my favorite band of all time) will also love this CD. It's got some grave rockin tunes. Check it out! If you ever have the chance to see these guys live do it. They will blow you away!

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Richard from Fredericksburg, VA 
Apr 8 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

for all you nekromantix fans who fell in love with Dead Girls Dont Cry, ya might be disappointed with this one because it comes more from the vein of Night of the Loving Dead. that said, i enjoyed this cd, i think its one of the best, and considering they do nothing but at least good work, its saying something.

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