|A1||When I Leave There Will Be Nothing||4:13|
|B2||Ghosts In Space||5:17|
Noiseviolence (Cass, S/Sided, EP, Ltd). Hatets Dok 008. Cropsey. Space Ends (Cass, Ltd, C15). Hatets Dok.
Unit 731. by Cropsey. Streaming + Download. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Album The Unnatural World. The title of the song, Cropsey, is a reference to a folkloric killer or boogeyman of the same name from the New York borough of Staten Island. Cropsey is also the name of a 2009 documentary exploring this piece of local folklore. The audio clips in the song are excerpts from a 1970s expose on a state mental institution for children. The mental institution, called Willowbrook, was infamous for keeping the children in horrendous conditions and was closed down after the expose was aired on television
Track B2 taken from Cropsey - Space Ends C15 (Hatets Dok 008). Here is a new the first track off the new Space Ends EP that will be out on Hatets Dok in the near future. It’s a different direction focusing more on drone and more simple, doom filled landscapes. More details about the release will appear closer to the time it is due so keep your pennies safe and your eyes peeled!
Request an album send to friend. Where Space Ends (2011). Ear3 - Where Space Ends.
25 Nisan 2013 ·. We play bar mitzvahs, children's birthday parties, and your next rager. 20 Nisan 2013 · Richmond, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri ·. Hey guys we need a new practice space because we had to leave our old one, can anyone help us out? Tümünü Gör. Gönderiler. 10 Nisan 2013 ·. Apology! It's for free now. We know it's not worth your money. The Year Of Us (2013 EP), by Cropsey. We're Still Here (Single), by Cropsey.
The Race for Space is the second studio album by British alternative group Public Service Broadcasting. Working with sound samples from the British Film Institute, the album relives the story of the American and Soviet space race from 1957-1972. The opening track features the speech by John F. Kennedy on September 12, 1962 at Rice University