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Skip It - Type O Negative - World Coming Down (Cassette, Album)

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  3. Overview. As with the band's previous album, October Rust, this album also has a "joke intro": in this case, the intro, appropriately titled "Skip It", is 11 seconds of staccato band noise, meant to sound as if the listener's CD player is remistforsaleclinsregonexluesempho.xyzinfote versions had the noise of a tape being "eaten" by the tape player. The track ends with what is presumably the guitarist, Kenny Hickey.
  4. Type O Negative is an American goth-metal band formed in Brooklyn in by Peter Steele (lead vocals, bass), Kenny Hickey (guitar, backing vocals), Josh Silver (keyboards, backing vocals), and Sal Abruscato (drums, percussions), who was later replaced by Johnny Kelly.
  5. Apr 01,  · I absolutely love this album and this band. Pete and the boys are definitely an underrated gem in the musical world. The only reason I'm not giving this 5 stars is my copy has a small scuff on the b side of the first LP causing some popping for 4 or 5 revolutions on the title track "World Coming Down"/5().
  6. "Skip It" is a song by Type O Negative, included on the fifth album World Coming Down, released in This brief, second "joke intro" plays the staccato noise meant to sound like a track is skipping on a CD player before it ends with Kenny Hickey yelling "Sucker!" On the cassette version, it sounds like the tape is being "eaten" by the.
  7. World Coming Down. likes. World Coming Down is the fifth album by the Brooklyn band Type O Negative. It is considered to be the darkest of the band's.
  8. He used to sing it to me about what I perceived to be the moon at the time, but I think it has a much deeper meaning as a World War II campfire-type song.” The song that reminds me of childhood.

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