The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets | Spaceship Zero

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Spaceship Zero

by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets

Energetic pop punk with a twist of Lovecraft and a dash of outer space.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Theme To Spaceship Zero
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2. 20 Minutes of Oxygen
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3. The Innsmouth Look
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4. Power Up
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5. BTL Drive
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6. Frogstar
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7. The Math Song
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8. Dies Ist Unverschamtheit
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9. Oblivion
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10. The Chosen One
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11. Slave Ship
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12. Requiem For A Clone Hunter
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13. Kablam!
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14. Sounds of Tindalos
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15. End Credits
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets is a band that is dedicated to promoting the literature of H.P. Lovecraft, who wrote of lost cities, tainted geneology, alien gods, and that fabled tome, The Necronomicon. The Thickets haven't been able to get ahold of the ancient spellbook, but they've got their own brand of corruption. They're on a Lovecraft binge of madness, and they mean to take you with them!

The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets have a reputation for entrancing and inciting their live audiences with their melodic blend of energetic punk and rock, while wearing graphic costumes that help bring their good-naturedly macabre songs to life. Their latest project is the soundtrack to the much-anticipated film Spaceship Zero, based on the classic German TV sci-fi series from the 1970s.

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Christopher T. Cuellar

Filling an important niche... the missing link, if you will
Slaveship Zero is the first album of TDotHT that I've had the pleasure to listen to, and what I'd come to love about the samples I'd heard shone through in the entire CD. The Thicket went off the beaten track even for them with this album, writing a soundtrack for a movie release of an old Sci-Fi series which, sadly, I've never had the priviledge to see. Regardless of that, their quirky, upbeat rock sound has only improved with age, this is a band now seriously coming into its own. Fortunately they also haven't lost their crazy sense of humor, and HP Lovecraft definately gets his due here. I mean, come on... A song that's an Equation? The Innsmouth Look? Talk about awesome. Until Carnal Dreams (fictional band from the Delta Cream Call of Cthulhu RPG) actually becomes a real band, this is as close to Cthulhu music we're gonna get.
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Harvey Wallingford

What? Even more?
The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets never stops bringing us goodies from beyond! This massive collection of greatness is the third album of theirs I've heard and also the third "this is the best ever". It seems that they can do no wrong. After all of the great tracks on Cthulhu Strikes Back and Great Old Ones, they now bring us 20 Minutes of Oxygen, The Innsmouth Look, The Math Song and Dies Ist Unverschamtheit?! And even more great songs? Wonderful. Yet another must have fun and fabulous slab of genre brilliance!
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Chim Chim The Video Monkey

The Ultimate CD, better tahn the Episode I DVD!!!!!!!!
No where, in this universe, or any universe to come, no matter how many times you might activate the BTL Drive, will you find a better CD. I like it, the kids like it, my friends like it, hitchhikers I pick up in my van like it. Even the cat likes it and the cat doesn't like anything (the finicky basterd).
If you get no other CD this year, get this one. IF you don't like it, I'll stand on my head and eat a bug for you.
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Floyd Brigdon

Something fishy at CD Baby
We are sorry to report that Chim CHum has passed away from practicing standing on his head and eating bugs in the off chance that SOMEone wouldn't like this CD, but are pleased to report that no one in their right mind would EVER find something to complain about with Spaceship Zero. If you fell in love with the Darkest of the Hillside Thickest with Cthulhu Strikes Back! (as many of us did) then this CD will totally tear the top of your head off and play raquetball with your brain. The Thickets' sound has matured and developed on this CD and they continue to write songs that are just as twisted and fun as they are great rock and roll. I mean, you GOTTA love a band that can write a song whose lyrical basis is an extended quadratic equation ("The Math Song") and then immediately follow that up with a song whoe lyrics are entirely in German. If you buy one CD in your lifetime, you had better make it this one or have a really good excuse to give when the Great Old Ones come vacationing from the Frogstar and come knocking on your door.
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