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Volcano The Bear - Inhazer Decline
Volcano The Bear - Inhazer Decline
Performer: Volcano The Bear
Title: Inhazer Decline
Label: Volucan
Country: UK
Released: 1998
Style: Experimental, Psychedelic Rock, Lo-Fi, Doom Metal
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1160 mb | MP3 size: 2264 mb | WMA size: 1802 mb
Genre: Rock

1Vast Banket
2Where Are The Bounds?
4Nobody's Falling
6Giant Angles
7I Get A Knick Out Of Gnu (The Tallest People In The World)
8Bendi Bacone
9Planetary Bethlehem
12Ruth Da Moose
14A Chinsese Preer To Germin Salumis
15Hello Graham
16Phantom Tha Will Be Done


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UD 055CDVolcano The Bear The Inhazer Decline ‎(CD, Album)United DairiesUD 055CDUK1999


  • PerformerAaron Moore , Daniel Padden, Laurence Coleman, Nick Mott
  • Recorded ByKev Reverb
  • Vocals [Singers], Shaker [Shakers]Alan Freeman, Steven Freeman, Steve Hill , Stu Brackley


Quote from inside booklet:
This is the complete 'Inhazer Decline' musical sessions. It was recorded in Memphis Autumn '97 with Kev Reverb at the helm. The music appears in this form together briefly before it gets torn apart.
Volcano The Bear thanks Daniel Padden, Nick Mott, Aaron Moore and Laurence Coleman for allowing it to be.
Featuring also some singers and shakers who helped a bit: Steven Freeman, Steve Hill, Alan Freeman, Stu Brackley.


  • Recorded At – Memphis Studio



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