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MessageSujet: 45 grave   Lun 14 Avr 2008, 03:03

45 Grave, (also known as .45 Grave) formed in 1979, is an American punk rock band from Los Angeles, CA, noted for their influential roles in both the horror punk and deathrock genres. The original group broke up in 1985 but vocalist Dinah Cancer has revived the band in recent times.
The band was formed in Los Angeles, California during the punk rock movement. The original lineup consisted of Dinah Cancer on vocals, Paul Cutler on guitar, Rob Ritter (also known as Rob Graves of The Bags) on bass, and Don Bolles (of The Germs) on drums. The band evolved out of an industrial music band called Vox Pop,
who recorded two singles and played around the Los Angeles area,
specifically in the punk institution the Masque. Vox Pop contained all
of the members of 45 Grave as well as others, such as Jeff Dahl. Vox
Pop continued to coexist with 45 Grave until early 1981. The band's name, despite rumors to the contrary, was lifted from a button.
In 1980, 45 Grave recorded their first song, "Riboflavin Flavored,
Non-Carbonated, Poly-Unsaturated Blood", included on the LAFMS (Los Angeles Free Music Society) art rock compilation album, "Darker Skratcher". The song is a cover version of the cult favorite originally done by "Don Hinson And The Rigamorticians" on their 1964 album release "Monster Dance Party". Don Hinson at the time was a popular radio personality in Las Vegas, Nevada (and later for 20 years in Los Angeles, California). Mr. Hinson recorded the song in the wake of Bobby "Boris" Pickett's 1962 novelty song hit "Monster Mash"
hoping to emulate the latter song's success and have an international
hit record. Both "Monster Mash" and the Don Hinson original recording
of "Riboflavin Flavored, Non-Carbonated, Poly-Unsaturated Blood" were
produced by noted novelty song record producer Gary S. Paxton of Skip & Flip. The 45 Grave recording went on to achieve cult status and is a signature song during the bands live shows. 45 Grave members appeared as extras in Blade Runner directed by Ridley Scott.
Early on, the band were playing The Consumers
songs that Cutler had written, with lyrics changed to fit Cancer's
singing style. They then wrote the songs that would be released on
their first 7", "Black Cross", and a fast paced punk song called "Party
Despite never achieving major success, 45 Grave are recognised as
being one of the first Amercian Gothic bands, pre-dating the formation
of Christian Death. Allmusic guide cites them as a top artist in the Goth rock genre.

Return of the Living Dead

In 1984 a slowed down version of "Party Time" was featured on the soundtrack to the film Return of the Living Dead along with tracks by bands such as TSOL and The Cramps. Another track, "Evil", was featured on MTV. The band then recorded their one studio album to date, "Sleep In Safety" and then in 1985, broke up.
The band reformed in 1989 for a brief tour, which was recorded and released as "Only The Good Die Young". However when Ritter died in 1990, from an accidental drug overdose, the band broke up yet again.


In 2004,
to commemorate its 25th anniversary, 45 Grave reformed with a new
lineup, Dinah Cancer being the single remaining member from previous
incarnations. Dinah Cancer posted on her MySpace blog, "I'm
building this to keep the spirit of 45 Grave alive, introduce its magic
to new fans, and as a personal commemorative of my best memories being
the driving force and front person of 45 Grave. This is a part of my
life that indeed changed me forever.
" One of the touring members involved in this line-up was Rikk Agnew, formerly of Christian Death, a highly influential deathrock/goth band who shared stages with 45 Grave in the early '80s LA punk scene.

Members 45 Grave



[edit] Discography

[edit] Album

  • Sleep In Safety (1983)(rereleased in 1993 on CD with two bonus tracks, "School's Out" and "Partytime (Single Version)")

[edit] EPs

  • Phantoms (1983)
  • What Is 45 Grave? A Tale Of A Strange Phenomena (1984)

[edit] Singles


  • Darker Skratcher (1980)
  • Hell Comes To Your House (1981)
  • The Return of the Living Dead (1984)
  • Autopsy (1987)
  • Only The Good Die Young (1989)
  • Debasement Tapes (1993)
  • A Devil's Possessions(2008)
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Lun 14 Avr 2008, 04:09

j'ai même pas commencé a écouter que ça promet, juste a voir la fille
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Jeu 01 Mai 2008, 21:54

Superbe groupe !
J'aime beaucoup !
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Dim 04 Mai 2008, 16:52

pas mal du tout, j'aime bien
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Mar 24 Fév 2009, 21:12


photos pas mauvaises du tout d'un live en 2005
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Mar 24 Fév 2009, 21:18

Il me semble que je n'ai pas aimé, je réécouterais et j'éditerais si besoin.
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Mar 24 Fév 2009, 21:26

ça dépend si t'aimes ça plus punk
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MessageSujet: Re: 45 grave   Mar 24 Fév 2009, 21:33

Je te dirais, je réécouterais ça prochainement. ^.^
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