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The original creators of Psychobilly Music, The Meteors began as a reaction against soft neo-rockabilly music of the late 70's rock revival era. Since then the loud, sneering lovers of horror, perversion and death have released a few dozen records and are still going strong, 40 years into their career of evil. Svart Records are demonically proud to present an official reissue of The Meteors' 2004 album These Evil Things. Long out of print on physical formats, this authorised reissue comes with a secret bonus track, all pressed on pitch black or ghostly curacao blue vinyl and stuffed into a gatefold jacket.
The original creators of Psychobilly Music, The Meteors began as a reaction against soft neo-rockabilly music of the late 70's rock revival era. Since then the loud, sneering lovers of horror, perversion and death have released a few dozen records and are still going strong, 40 years into their career of evil. Svart Records are demonically proud to present an official reissue of The Meteors' 2004 album These Evil Things. Long out of print on physical formats, this authorised reissue comes with a secret bonus track, all pressed on pitch black or ghostly curacao blue vinyl and stuffed into a gatefold jacket.
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The Meteors - These Evil Things

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Svart Records
Rel. Date: 02/03/2023
UPC: 6430080230358

These Evil Things
Artist: The Meteors
Format: Vinyl
New: NOT IN STOCK IN OUR STORE, BUT AVAILABLE TO ORDER $26.98
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The original creators of Psychobilly Music, The Meteors began as a reaction against soft neo-rockabilly music of the late 70's rock revival era. Since then the loud, sneering lovers of horror, perversion and death have released a few dozen records and are still going strong, 40 years into their career of evil. Svart Records are demonically proud to present an official reissue of The Meteors' 2004 album These Evil Things. Long out of print on physical formats, this authorised reissue comes with a secret bonus track, all pressed on pitch black or ghostly curacao blue vinyl and stuffed into a gatefold jacket.
        
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