New Wave Krokodil Hookers of the Thousand Year Reich OST
Colematics INF Presents.... New Wave Krokodil Hookers of the Thousand Year Reich Vs The Black Art Cobra i) Part I and Part II both together Gemini Lounge Orchestra Eagleclaw Ghost of Fulci Von Bulow Quartet Black Art Ninja This was recorded as a TV episode of the ongoing saga of the New Wave Vampire Hookers In this Episode our favorite Bloodthirsty Mercenaries are once again hired by the Thousand Year Reich to retrieve the 16 Golden Immortals stolen by the fiendish Shaolin Left Hand Monks, the Black Art Cobra. Note on the Music: For the first time with the Gemini we would like to introduce the free jazz of the Von Bulow Quartet and its sax playing leader Klaus Von Bulow. Many thanks to Klaus for his contribution to this release. We would also like to pay tribute and give thanks to the Italian Composer Chimpan Babbitoli who contributed the Pointilist Composition 'Schisms' which is excerpted at the end of Part I We would like to thank the Von Sharklor family for their input, constructive critism and encouragement N.B - We have a storyboard to this episode so if anyone wants to make this short film in conjunction with the Colematics Federation we can be contacted by email: email@example.com We have used dialouge samples from George Romero's Dawn of the Dead and Mario Bava's Black Sunday We also used Battle scenes from Snake in the Eagle's Shadow and Ninja in a Deadly Trap Everything else is pure GLO and associates Produced by Iblis Coleman and Enghis Sharklor for Colematics INF using Golden Udders Many Thanks to all our associates and supporters, Enghis Sharklor Gemini Lounge Orchestra Colematics INF R.I.P Gary Coleman
It Came From The Gemini
Here is the 'It Came from Gemini' Side of our double EP NWKHotTYR/It Came from the Gemini. The Vinyl EP is for sale in our FB Shop. Mail us at colematics.gmail.com or message us on Facebook to secure your copy. The EP is extraordinarily Rare and there will only 11 made. then it is Discogs if you are Lucky. Unlikely. Great Rare on vinyl track.