Brainbombs "X!?+ +..." (rare track of "Burning Hell" album; 1992)


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Burning Hell
BrainBombs' 1992 album, "Burning Hell".
BrainBombs' 1992 album, "Burning Hell".
Status Found
Date found July 22nd, 2015
Found by Mrs Brainbomb

Since their inception in 1985, garage punk/noise rock group Brainbombs have gained a cult following, as well as caused controversy, for their sadistic lyrics and loud, sludgy style of music. After a releasing a few singles, the group was signed to Black Jack Records, who released their 1992 debut, Burning Hell. The record, with its blend of heavy psych rock and distorted noise, is often considered one of the band's best. However, not many people are aware that the album's CD issue (as well as digital copies that were likely ripped from the CD) are missing a track. This track titled X!?+ + ..., was only available on the 1992 vinyl issue of the album, which is very scarce and rare. However, the 2010 vinyl release does also contain the track, but it remained elusive and unavailable online.

On 22nd July 2015, the user "Mrs Brainbomb" uploaded the missing track to YouTube.

The rare track "X!?+ +...".


Living Sources


YouTube - Brainbombs' full LP "Burning Hell" complete with previously missing "X!?+ +..."

Comments


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Surgeon Psycho

11 months ago
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I think I actually found it. Might be fake, but idk.

https://www....=iiPeRmjUZhQ
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Kitty-Chan

11 months ago
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Nope there's a full Burning Hell LP on Youtube (https://www....=4O_E_siN2rU) that has the missing song on it, and it's the same as your version, nice one man!
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Anonymous user #1

11 months ago
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I dont understand how this is lost, if it was released on vinyl and its only not available online. It doesn't even seem hard to get. There are copies on Discogs for as little as $27.
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Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
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well now the video just says "This video does not exist" now.
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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RIP the video isn't up anymore.
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