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Whorse's Mouth Import

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Temptation
  2. Life Is But A Dream
  3. Raped
  4. Who's In Charge Here (Beneath The Triumph Of Shadows)
  5. A Fire Of Uncommon Velocity
  6. Her Only Sin
  7. Interlude
  8. A Brother Of Low Degree
  9. Dear Skin
  10. Maggot Drain
  11. Dec. 30, 1334
  12. Best Of The Breed

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars who's in charge here? 17 July 2006
By somegothswanderbymistake - Published on Amazon.com
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Certainly a good listen for long time fans. I think Rozz's previous
spoken word album might have been better. This can be a bit of a downer
but the music is great, and of course Rozz died at a young age and this
is a piece of his mind. Unfortunately, he never could seem to shake free
of his various demons. He does try here though. Hats off to him for trying
his hand at a variety of projects. The actually reading of his prose and poems are even better than this I think. They are reproduced in "The Art
of Rozz Williams" book.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A flawless offering from the master... 21 Mar. 2003
By Kaenan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Rozz Williams's final solo spoken word album is nothing short of absolute briliance. With the gifted keyboardist Paris, who creates most of the music ( beautiful piano pieces ) and at- the -time -roommate Ryan Gaumer at his side; Rozz creates a surreal, haunting articulate and often heartbreaking testament
of his heroin addiction and depression. A direction that I would have loved to have heard and seen more of had this musical icon
not chosen to silience himself. Exceptional, beautiful lyrics like his previous excellent spoken word album " Every King A Bastard Son " but not for the faint of heart or those who dare not sample the brutal harsh honesty of this man's works. But anyone who appreciates true original music, this is HIGHLY reccomended.
R.I.P. Roger Alan Painter a.k.a Rozz Williams
Kaenan James
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another disturbingly beautiful work from Rozz Williams. 19 Oct. 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This second of purely spoken~word albums by the late Rozz Williams is more melodic but no less disturbing than his fist (Every King a Bastard Son). Written by Rozz and his former roommate/longtime collaberator Ryan Gaumer while they were both heavily addicted to heroin, this cd incorporates piano and violin, various effects, and even an old recording from obcene phone prankster Frank Lee, as well as Williams' ever lamenting voice. "Dec. 30, 1334" could be considered Rozz's suicide note to the world, "Best of the Breed" is an angry curse at that world, and "HER Only sIN" is a testimony of his disgust at the monster that herion addiction turned him into. This recording may seem a little too cryptic and personal for some, but as with Every King..., it's a must~have for those who desire more knowledge of the enigma known as Rozz Williams.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Whorse's Mouth 29 Aug. 2006
By stitchwork - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There was nothing short of a man that combined decadence, beauty, the art of [I believe] industrial poetic punk 'if you will' and kept it alive only when he was. Even though he hated being classified on being "gothic" he was an artist before anything else, and his abilities in that shines through this spoken-worded album of his in pure beauty in decadence. I adore how this man thought, he could see doors that could be opened that were supposed to be locked, and windows that should be bolted shut. The way he puts his words into effect is a talent people to this day try to fulfill, yet fail miserably at. Rozz was the beginning to the end of real poetic statements in a very real and raw lyrical form. I LOVE YOU ROZZ WILLIAMS. [Roger Painter] Whores' Mouth is a breathe-taking effort from rozz. And one of my favorite albums he did next to Only Theatre Of Pain with the real Christian Death.
3.0 out of 5 stars Spoken word for Rozz enthusiasts 24 Feb. 2008
By All 6's & 7's - Published on Amazon.com
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This is like any other spoken word, for those who either like spoken word or just truly want another piece of the artistic work of Rozz Williams. Another piece for true fans to hold on to his memory. Some of the sounds are crude but as always Rozz puts his true soul into it and let's you get a little closer to who he is inside.
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