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8 Replies to “ Sexy Ghosts - Banquets, Mayflower (2) - Split (Cassette) ”

  1. Aug 02,  · Preceding the debut full-length Top Button, Bottom Shelf, New Jersey's Banquets has released a split with New York's Mayflower. Released in early July , the short run was put out by Black Numbers in a tape format, and within two weeks all copies were spoken for. With only six tracks in to 8/
  2. "Ghosts of Mayflower: A Pennhurst Haunting" is an informative, historical, page-turner. Tamera writes in a straightforward, easy-to-read style and comes across as credible and competent. She certainly gives readers something to think about, especially those who visit a haunted house, cemetery or other creepy locale/5(44).
  3. Banquets are a beacon of light in a too-often hazy scene, choosing to focus on catchy, upbeat jams and positivity to fuel their second full-length release, the self-titled Banquets, instead of drowning their sorrows in various vices. This is not meant as a jab at the band’s peers and contemporaries in the punk scene; rather, it is a testament.
  4. Ghosts of Mayflower takes us into the firsthand experiences of the authors time as an Halloween attraction orderly for the Mayflower Building at Pennhurst Asylum, located in Spring City, Pennsylvania. This is the same haunted location that The Ghosthunters filmed their Halloween special. For good reason, the paranormal experiences are /5.
  5. This release is known as "Demo ". "All compositions written by A Ghoul Writer (C) MMX". The original demo tape has 3 tracks on single sided, different artwork, and is limited to 7 copies. The "other" identifiers are printed on the bottom edge of the cassette.
  6. The Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks (Vinyl, LP), I Remember - Psychotic Waltz - A Social Grace (Cassette), Red Mood - If - Bill (CDr), Western Movie - Les Bijoux (2) - My Home (Vinyl, LP, Album), Stumbling Block - Mickey Baker - In The 50s - Hit, Git And Split (CD), Do It Twice - Bob Marley And The Wailers* - Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah (The JAD Masters.
  7. A ghost in a train? Perhaps it was a reflection from the glass, but it seems to me that I recorded a real ghost on the camcorder FOLLOW US:

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