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Rock: Hard Rock Metal/Punk: Alternative Metal Moods: Mood: Quirky
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by Deathmobile

Rammstein meets The Young Ones on a horror host show. No. Really.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Shrimping Spine Pt. 1
0:49 $0.79
2. Rise
5:00 $0.89
3. Dead Man
3:27 $0.89
4. Blood Buckets
3:12 $0.89
5. Shrimping Spine Pt. 2
0:20 $0.79
6. Lizard Brain
4:36 $0.89
7. Make Way
3:10 $0.89
8. Invisible Bugs
5:28 $0.89
9. Shrimping Spine Pt. 3
0:20 $0.79
10. Sleep (Insomnia)
3:38 $0.89
11. Make A Mess (Move On)
2:52 $0.89
12. Mr. Stinky
4:45 $0.89
13. Shrimping Spine Pt. 4
0:19 $0.79
14. Dr. Kendrick’s Freak Boutique (Exhibit A)
2:43 $0.79
15. Dr. Kendrick’s Freak Boutique (Exhibit B)
1:47 $0.79
16. Me Love
5:01 $0.89
17. The Shrimping Spine Pt. 5
1:11 $0.79
18. Hidden Bonus Track
6:35 $0.89
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Album Notes

DEATHMOBILE is an 800 lb gorilla: heavy, funky, quirky, original kick-ass music that doesn't take itself seriously at all. Every song is different from the last, so leave your expectations at the door. And bring a change of pants - you'll need 'em.

DEATHMOBILE is the "house band" on "It's Alive!" (www.theitsaliveshow.com) an independently-produced television show hosted by DEATHMOBILE front-man Professor EmCee Square. Airing in Pittsburgh, PA every Saturday night @ 10 PM, The show is a ridiculous trainwreck of comedy, music, interview segments, and blatant crappiness interspersed within sometimes classic, but mostly stupid, horror & sci fi films. The Professor is joined by Pointy (an annoying demon and musical mastermind), Stiffy The Dead Clown (a thirteen-year-old pubescent mess with hormonal issues), and either Ignatz or Fritz (cloning experiments gone horribly awry) every week, and is visited by a host of other weird characters on a regular basis...



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I seen this band on dirtbagmusic, added them as my friend, listened to a couple songs, and I was hooked. The very moment I got the CD it was in my player, and has not left. Great songs, great lyrics, and just an overall wow factor. DeathMobile is a band that will follow me where ever I may travel, and I will make sure to spread the word about this excellent piece of work.

Miss Dee

Warning - severe rocking ahead
Stay behind the barrier or you will be rocked beyond recognition.

DEATHMOBILE's fans have been teased with their music on The It's Alive Show for the last few years, and this long awaited CD does not dissapoint. It is all it's touted to be - bombastic, theatrical, face-melting rock.

While I fell in love with Me Love the first time I heard it on the show's closing credits, I'm torn between the catchy intro and sarcastic lyrics of Blood Buckets and the funky guitar work of Dr. Kendrick's Freak Boutique as to which is my favorite.

The bonus track almost made me pee my pants. Nice.

Dame Lane

Me Love Deathmobile
Deathmobile just simply rocks. In my house, its the CD everyone fights over - really, we need a few more copies. "Me Love," "Rise," and "Makeway" are my favorites and, as so many others have said, the bonus track will leave you in stitches.


Kicks more ass than you can possibly imagine!
A tightly controlled cacophony with a touch of heartwarming nihilism!

DEATHMOBILE is chock full o' gems from start to finish. The music is great, with guitar chords that will shake your ribcage. The musicianship is excellent, and the lyrics are clever and surprising throughout. I'm aware of few other albums that mock Billy Joel in one breath and allude to Dirty Dancing in the next, but DEATHMOBILE carries it off without a hitch.

The entire album is an absolute nightmare come true, but my favorite tracks are Dead Man, Lizard Brain, and Make Way. I defy you to listen and not be transformed.

When all the graves give up their dead, and you can only take one CD with you as you flee the zombie onslaught, make sure that it's DEATHMOBILE.

You won't be sorry!

Stinky Mcghee

Makes Non-Stop Rocking Possible
I can't confirm or deny the effect that this CD has on female anatomy, but I know what I like. And I love this CD.

The 5-part Shrimping Spine (30-second songs detailing a day-long beating) are spaced perfectly throughout: not long enough that you forget and think the disc skipped but not so close together that you get sick of it. Rise and Blood Buckets need to find their ways onto a horror-movie soundtrack right now. Make Way is perfect music for bobbing, weaving, and speeding through traffic jams. Then there's the rockingly surreal tracks like Bugs, Lizard Brain, and the Dr. Kendrick twofer.

Overall, the album's biggest, bestest success is that each song is its own individual beast. There are very little, if any, soundalike tracks, and each one is catchy, funny, and just plain awesome on its own.

And the bonus track? Fodder for months worth of quotes. You'll never think of the Pennysaver or a Thanksgiving meal the same way again.


It's like getting an uppercut from King Kong
I really dig this disk. It's a nice mix of metal and mayhem. So far the stand out tracks are "Blood Buckets", "Make Way" and "Invisible Bugs"

I can't say enough good things about this disk so I won't even try. But this disk is so heavy and so in your face you'd swear that "IT'S ALIVE".....


Won me Over
I started out as a skeptic. I don't listen to much "metal". I bought the CD and looked at it for a while. Then one day I put it in, a decision I do not regret and you won't either! It's surreal and funny and layered and intelligent. Each track is strong and memorable. It's very appealling music and I enjoy it often.

Author M. M. Johnson

A light in the darkness of the abyss
In the dark abyss of endless choices in this new music world where everything sounds like something you have heard before, Deathmobile is a luminous beacon of back to basics simplified rock and roll. No bells and whistles, no grandiose productions, no symphony orchestras of metal mayhem, just two down home boys and their twisted sense of humor mixed in with a healthy dose of good old heavy metal rock.

Iron Rich

I've had this album on continuous play for a week. It's rocking my world! The musicians in Deathmobile have created a great sound that hooked me the first time I heard it. My favorite songs are Rise, Me Love and Invisible Bugs. The 5 part Shrimping Spine is a cool feature to this album and pulls everything together in a unique way. The ultimate seal of approval for this album was when my 5 year old daughter ran into our family room and asked me to turn it up. This will be an album for the ages.


This album is AMAZING. It's rocking for people who know good rocking. Hard, fast, layered, and awesome, there's not a bad cut on the disk! And seeing these guys live is incredible. I brought my girlfriend with me to the show and she had to leave early because the sheer power of Deathmobile's rock turned her vagina INSIDE OUT!! I stayed to see the rest of the show while she slept off her injury in the car. Ain't no way I'm leaving a show like that early. No sir.
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