Dead Moon - In The Graveyard 12”

Dead Moon - In The Graveyard 12”

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1. Graveyard 02:32
2. Out On A Wire 02:50
3. Can't Help Falling in Love 01:45
4. Parchment Farm 03:35
5. Dead in the Saddle 03:43
6. Hey Joe 02:57
7. Don't Burn the Fires 03:30
8. Where Did I Go Wrong 02:17
9. Remember Me 02:54
10. I Hate the Blues 02:34

Fronted by singer/guitarist Fred Cole, the band also included bassist Toody Cole, and drummer Andrew Loomis. Veterans of Portland's independent rock scene, Dead Moon combined dark and lovelorn themes with punk and country music influences into a stripped-down sound. Fred Cole engineered most of the band's recordings and mastered them on a mono lathe that was used for The Kingsmen's version of "Louie Louie". Their early records, such as In the Graveyard, were released on the Tombstone Records label, named for the musical equipment store Fred and Toody operated at the time. Soon they caught the attention of the German label Music Maniac Records, and toured Europe successfully. Not until the mid-nineties did they tour the United States. Much of their following was in Europe.