|2||I Turned Into A Martian||1:43|
|3||Night Of The Living Dead||1:58|
|6||Nike A Go Go||2:16|
|7||Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight? (Live)||1:59|
|12||All Hell Breaks Loose||1:47|
- Bass – Jerry Only
- Design [Album Design] – Danzig, Schlock
- Drums – Arthur Googy
- Engineer – Mike Taylor
- Engineer [Remix] – Pat Burnette
- Guitar – Doyle
- Mastered By – P.B.
- Photography By [Photos] – Eerie Von Stellman, Danzig, Mary Ann , Mortica, Rynsky, Schlock
- Producer – The Misfits
- Remix – Chris D., Glenn Danzig
- Vocals, Songwriter [All Songs By], Lyrics By – Glenn Danzig
Engineered at Mix-O-Lydian Studio, Boonton, NJ. Remixed at Quad Teck, L.A., CA.
First pressing with pink background and pink Misfits logo. The Plan9 logo appears on the back cover.
The inner record sleeve has song lyrics on one side and a photo collage on the other.
Some copies came with a "Fiend Club" shirt flyer and/or glossy photo insert.
Promo copies came with a 22"x22" folded poster of the pink cover art and a glossy 8"x10" band photo. The promo copies also had the top-right corner clipped.
© Ruby Records 1982
Ruby Records a division of Slash Records/J. Ruby Prods., Inc.
℗ 1982 Ruby Records
© 1982 Hellbent Music BMI
Mastering (lacquer processing) company uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etchings): JRR-804-A P.B. L-8564
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etchings): JRR-804-B P.B. L-8564-X
- Copyright (c) – Ruby Records
- Record Company – Slash Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ruby Records
- Copyright (c) – Hell-bent Music
- Engineered At – Mix-O-Lydian
- Remixed At – Quad Teck
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-8564
Walk Among Us - Misfits. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Walk Among Us is the debut album by the American punk rock band Misfits, released in March 1982 by Ruby Records and its parent label Slash Records. It was the first full-length album to be released by the band, although it was the third to be recorded, after Static Age and 12 Hits from Hell. The recording sessions for Walk Among Us took place at multiple studios between June 1981 and January 1982, and the album also includes the track Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight, which was recorded live in. Band: The misfits Album: Walk among us Year: 1982 00:00 01 - The misfits - 20 eyes 01:47 02 - The misfits - I turned into a martian 03:29 03 - The misfits. Mommy Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight Live. Glenn Danzig. Violent World Sessions VersionMaster Sound Productions 1980. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей - Walk Among Us 1982. To favorites 9 Download album. Listen album. Один из ранних альбомов Misfits. На мой взгляд, один из лучших. Songs in album Misfits - Walk Among Us 1982. Misfits - 20 Eyes. Misfits - I Turned Into A Martian. Misfits - All Hell Breaks Loose. Walk Among Us is the eighth release from the American horror punk band The Misfits. The band's first full-length album to be released although it was actually the 3rd to be recorded, after Static Age and 12 Hits from Hell, it was originally co-released by Ruby and Slash Records as JRR804 in March 1982. It was the product of a January 1982 recording session at Quad Teck in Los Angeles, California in which Glenn Danzig, for the most part, remixed previously recorded songs, overdubbing additional guitar tracks. Danzig also recorded new vocals for Vampira and mixed for the first. Album 1982 13 Songs. Featured On. The Misfits Essentials. Metallica: Influences. Coheed and Cambria: Influences. Volbeat: Influences. Walk Among Us . CD Album. Horror Punk Rock. I walk down city streets On an unsuspecting human world Inhuman in your midst This world is mine to own, 'cause. Well, I turned into a Martian Woah oh oh Well, I can't even recall my name Woah oh oh Times I never hardly sleep at night Woah oh oh Well, I turned into a Martian today. Go go. Walk Among Us was a triumph for the band, solidifying their following and codifying their ominous image. But it marked an ending, not a beginning. Their next album, 1983s Earth A. Wolfs Blood, was a huge shift away from their catchy, melodic, Ramones-influenced howl-alongs and toward the more scathing blitzkrieg of hardcore. As if to symbolize this metamorphosis, drummer Arthur Googy was replaced by Robo of Black Flag. The dramatic transition was lyrical as well, with Danzig drifting further away from the thrills of vintage sci-fi and toward a more apocalyptic view of the world as it truly. The Misfits' 1982 debut full-length, Walk Among Us, rapidly became a legendary effort of U. punk, the more so because it so willfully violated many rules which were already ironically straitjacketing the scene. Utterly devoid of political confrontation or social uplift, embracing a costume sense that might have given Kiss pause and generally coming across like the horror-movie nightmares they looked like on the cover, the Misfits just wanted to entertain and do their own thing - and that they did, brilliantly