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Vagrant Records continues their 25th Anniversary celebration with a gatefold colored vinyl LP reissue of Rocket from the Crypt's Live From Camp X-Ray. Live from Camp X-Ray is the seventh and final studio album from Rocket from the Crypt, originally released on Vagrant Records in 2002. Contrary to the title it's not a live recording and plays off of the temporary detention facility Camp X-Ray in Guantanamo Bay. Wild guitars, party vocals and upbeat horns are delivered in the band's signature urgent and explosive fashion throughout the brief yet bold swan song from opener "I'm Not Invisible" through closer "Too Many Balls."
Vagrant Records continues their 25th Anniversary celebration with a gatefold colored vinyl LP reissue of Rocket from the Crypt's Live From Camp X-Ray. Live from Camp X-Ray is the seventh and final studio album from Rocket from the Crypt, originally released on Vagrant Records in 2002. Contrary to the title it's not a live recording and plays off of the temporary detention facility Camp X-Ray in Guantanamo Bay. Wild guitars, party vocals and upbeat horns are delivered in the band's signature urgent and explosive fashion throughout the brief yet bold swan song from opener "I'm Not Invisible" through closer "Too Many Balls."
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Live From Camp X-Ray [Limited Edition LP]
Artist: Rocket From The Crypt
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $23.98
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Vagrant Records continues their 25th Anniversary celebration with a gatefold colored vinyl LP reissue of Rocket from the Crypt's Live From Camp X-Ray. Live from Camp X-Ray is the seventh and final studio album from Rocket from the Crypt, originally released on Vagrant Records in 2002. Contrary to the title it's not a live recording and plays off of the temporary detention facility Camp X-Ray in Guantanamo Bay. Wild guitars, party vocals and upbeat horns are delivered in the band's signature urgent and explosive fashion throughout the brief yet bold swan song from opener "I'm Not Invisible" through closer "Too Many Balls."
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