Most Days - Blood Meridian - Kick Up The Dust (CD, Album)

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  1. Blood Meridian, a group that started in a hotel room during a Black Halos tour (of which the singer, songwriter, and guitarist of Blood Meridian, Matt Camirand, was a part), took their name from the Cormac Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  2. promo cd album from blood meridian - kick up the dust. original cd in overall very good condition - disc has a few light surface marks - plays perfectly. tracklisting. 1. your boyfriends blues. 2. work hard, for what? 3. let it come down. 4. most days. 5. soldiers of christ. 6. kick up the dust. 7. in the forest, under the moon. 8. good lover.
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  4. History. Blood Meridian was formed in That year the band released its debut album, We Almost Made It Home on Teenage USA. They followed up in January with the EP Soldiers of Christ on Outside Music.. In July , they released their second album, Kick Up the Dust on Outside Music in Canada; the album was also released internationally on V2 Records in August.
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  6. Mar 04,  · Liquidate Paris!, a limited-edition, nine-song CD and vinyl release from Michigan's Elevation Recordings, is the latest Blood Meridian record, and the follow-up to 's Kick Up the Dust.
  7. Kick up the Dust, an album by Blood Meridian on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Most Days. 5. Soldiers of Christ. 6. Kick up the Dust. 7.
  8. Kick up the Dust doesn’t kick up much of anything interesting. The album’s closing track is “McDonald’s Blues,” and that title pretty much says it all.

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