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Dracula From Houston - Butthole Surfers - Weird Revolution (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dracula From Houston This song is by Butthole Surfers and appears on the album Weird Revolution () and on the television soundtrack Music From Scrubs (). Got no future, great big past Little bitty guy on the rim of my glass.
  2. rows · The Butthole Surfers are an American band founded by Gibby Haynes and Paul Leary in .
  3. In , they recorded a follow-up, After the Astronaut, but disputes between the Surfers and Capitol prevented the album from being released, though advance copies were sent to reviewers. Three years later, Butthole Surfers emerged with their first for Hollywood/Surfdog Records, Weird Revolution, which recycled some of the songs from After the.
  4. Butthole Surfers: Weird Revolution, LP (Vinyl), USA, , Hollywood Records (), clear vinyl, gebraucht, 94,90 € The Collectors Records Store .
  5. I definitely respect this compilation alongside any of the Butthole Surfers' other albums, and I see it as one of the fundamental Butthole Surfers CDs to own if you are a fan. 7: 7. Butthole Surfers Weird Revolution () Shock value has always been a prevalent aspect of the Butthole Surfers.
  6. Oct 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Clear Vinyl release of Weird Revolution on Discogs. Label: Hollywood Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Clear • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock/5.
  7. Got no future, great big past. Little bitty guy on the rim of my glass. Gotta meet the plane so I can get my monkey, Teach him to be cool, but a little bit funky. Got no credit and I got no fear And I got about a buck so I can buy a beer. Gotta see a doctor 'bout the words I've said And I gotta get a bike and I gotta paint it red. Oh no, we gotta go.
  8. (Redirected from Dracula from Houston) Weird Revolution is the eighth studio album by the alternative rock band Butthole Surfers, released in on Surfdog Records and Hollywood Records. It is in large part a rerecorded version of an earlier album, tentatively entitled After the Astronaut, that was abandoned in

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