The Mortals "Bulletproof" (original soundtrack) 1994

THIS is what rock'n'roll is supposed to sound like, kids. Ostensibly the soundtrack album to a spy movie of the same title, "Bulletproof" features driving guitars and drums, great hooks (especially on the first two tracks, "Turn Away" and "Cyclone"), and a firm committment to the garage ethos. This is the second release from the Mortals (their first, Ritual Dimension of Sound, is at least as good), and if CDs ever wear out, it will be the first of mine to do so. - amazonThe bands' sonic follow-up to their full-throttle 1992 Estrus Records debut "Ritual Dimension of Sound"! "BULLETPROOF" delivers another lethal dose of Bill Grapes' patented full-bore guitar explosives on twelve suave new tracks, recorded shaken, not stirred, at ULTRASUEDE Studios in the bands home town of Sin City, Ohio! This turntable timebomb also serves as the searing soundtrack to the upcoming Estrus International film BULLETPROOF starring Pat Hennesy and based on the Ian Stone spy novels by Stuart Cummings, watch for it soon and remember... There is only one Ian Stone. There is only one MORTALS. Together they are "BULLETPROOF".The Mortals:
Steve "The Tongue" Gatch: vocals, rhythm axe / Matt Becher: bass / James "Bill" Grapes: lead axe / Mike Grimm: drums

01 Turn Away 02 Psychlone 03 This One 04 So High I've Been, So Down I Must Fall 05 Zodiac 06 Visions from the Past 07 Coming Down 08 Everybody Else 09 1992 10 What I Need 11 Bulletproof 12 This Is Life 13 Unknown Jazzy Outro

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