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Karl Mohr - The End Of The mp3 Performer: Karl Mohr
Album: The End Of The
Country: Canada
Released: 20 Apr 2007
Style: Dark Ambient, Goth Rock
Label: Not On Label (Karl Mohr Self-released)
Genre: Electro / Rock
Size MP3: 1718 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 642
Record Source: CD




Tracklist


1Can Your Remains Be Buried With Mine? (Fresh Disco Porker Gas Remix)
Remix – Fresh Disco Porker GasVocals – Risa Akita
1:59
2Powder Blue Vampire3:45
3Außerirdisches Wesen, UFO
Backing Vocals – Rachel Thomas Vocals, Translated By – Christine Koch
7:10
4The End Of The Line
Producer, Engineer, Performer – Stephen Skratt
8:08
5Danni Girl (Houses Of Pompeii Version4:38
6The Distance Is Killing Me3:57
7Elevator
Backing Vocals – Petra Grunig
3:37
8Milkwood2:03
9Rock And Roll Robot (Die Umkehrung)4:12
10Imposter (Drag Race Version)
Co-producer – Ian RevellSaxophone – Andrew McLachlan
3:03
11Blown Away
Producer, Engineer, Performer – Hawksley J. Workman
3:50
12Can Your Remains Be Buried With Mine? (Victor Version)9:26
13No Stars No Moon3:33
14Have You Seen My Rabbit?3:01
15Kleines Feuerstückchen4:16
16Unidentified Flying Object
Backing Vocals – Rachel Thomas
7:11


Credits


  • Artwork By [Layout, Digital Image Manipulation] – Erik Mohr
  • Artwork By [Photography, Darkroom Magic] – Mara Ravins
  • Written-By, Performer, Arranged By, Producer, EngineerKarl Mohr


Album


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