Cylinder Smithsonian - Slaughter Pages 4 album FLAC
- Performer: Cylinder Smithsonian
- Title: Slaughter Pages 4
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: MP2 APE MOD MIDI WMA FLAC XM
- Released: 2014
- Style: Noise
- MP3 album: 1841 mb
- FLAC album: 1283 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 555
Cylinder Smithsonian - Slaughter Pages 3. by. Cylinder Smithsonian. Harsh Noise, Abstract, Experimental. Third release in the series.
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Photo courtesy of Lisa and Scott Cylinder. 2014 Smithsonian Craft Show: Blown glass vessel by Bruce Pizzichillo and Dari Gordon. Download(. 7 MB). 2014 Smithsonian Craft Show: Wall Clock by James Borden.
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Slaughter is an American rock band formed in Las Vegas, Nevada by lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist Mark Slaughter and bassist Dana Strum. The band reached stardom in 1990 with their first album Stick It to Ya, which spawned several hit singles including "Up All Night", "Spend My Life", "Mad About You" and "Fly to the Angels". The album reached double platinum status in the United States
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