- Title:Simple Machines Working Holiday: October
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Lo-Fi
- Date of release:October 20, 1993
- Size FLAC version1708 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1678 megabytes
- Size WMA version1801 megabytes
- Formats:VOX FLAC MP4 DMF AU XM
Simple Machines' monthly Working Holiday series enters the homestretch with the Grifters' remarkable, Halloween-themed "Under the Ground. Not only does this pitch-black, Tom Waits-inspired cacophony sound like it was recorded on a four-track entombed six feet under, but Dave Shouse recites his laundry list of creepy crawlers (big black bugs, worms, reptiles, and snakes) in a deranged voice that evokes UHF-channel horror movie hosts of yore.
Simple Machines Working Holiday: October.
.Working Holiday (CD, Comp). SMR 26 CD. UK, Europe & US. 1994.
Working Holiday! is a compilation album released on the Simple Machines label in 1994. It is a collection of tracks by American indie bands which were originally released on a series of 12 7" singles by Simple Machines as part of the Working Holiday monthly record club starting from December 1992. Each song was intended to commemorate a holiday in the month it was released.
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The Simple Machines Discography. Here's the complete listing of all the releases we put out from 1989-1998. October Crain/Grifters.
Currently, Singaporeans can only officially pick up working holidays in New Zealand, but we managed to unearth a total of 10 places where you can score yourself a holiday job! So pack your bags globe-rover, your adventure awaits! 1. Work in agriculture in Norway. On the production line, you’ll assist the head winemaker with operation of machines, ranging from grape crushing to stamping the final label before shipping. But the best perk of the job that isn’t on the listing: free wine tasting! Learn more about the job here!
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