Skin Yard - Hallowed Ground (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Skin Yard is the first studio album by the band Skin Yard. In January , vinyl copies were released by C/Z Records, mostly on translucent sand-colored vinyl, the rest on standard black vinyl to be played by radio DJs. This recording was the first engineering project by Jack Endino who was also the band's guitarist.
  2. Skin Yard's second record, Hallowed Ground, was released in early Scott left Skin Yard in May of after a particularly unpleasant U.S. tour, aptly remembered as "the tour from hell," but not before playing on the band's third album Fist Sized Chunks, which was not released until
  3. Apr 01,  · Record label Toxic Shock used to advertise Hallowed Ground as “more dayglo psychosis from Seattle’s own acid-drenched Skin Yard,” but that’s likely because there wasn’t any real.
  4. Hallowed Ground Lyrics: See the people there / They're looking for hallow ground / What tends to disappear / To be found, on hallowed ground / Play with those who play / We'll have our fun, when.
  5. Although lesser known than early-'90s grunge chart toppers, Skin Yard was an important act -- led by renowned producer Jack Endino, the group issued a handful of underrated releases during a seven-year career, including their sophomore full-length, Hallowed Ground.
  6. SKIN FIRST - This early version of the band bears a limited resemblance to the band which Skin Yard later became. This debut record is not as heavy as subsequent records, and is a more intricate and arty release. It is also the first record that Endino engineering job to get a commercial release.
  7. This album's sound is like a combination between the last two albums, Fist Sized Chunks and Hallowed Ground. It takes the unrelenting heaviness and grunginess of Fist Sized Chunks, and the psychedelic intensity of Hallowed Ground and mixes them perfectly, which is probably why this is usually considered their best album/5(4).
  8. Skin Yard - Hallowed Ground () LP Vynil-Rip Skin Yard was a grunge band from Seattle, Washington, who were active from to The group never gained any mainstream audience, but were an influence on their contemporaries – most notably Soundgarden, The Melvins, and Green River – alongside whom they are considered the early.

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