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Stinkfist + The Crumb

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Meltdown Oratorio Pt. 1-3
Son Of Stink
The Crumb (With Thurston Moore)
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Total Tracks: 4   Total Length: 26:17

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Stinkfist contains a number of EP-exclusive tracks that Lydia Lunch recorded between 1986 and 1987. The Crumb is her surprisingly successful collaboration with Thurston Moore; even if it is a little light on actual songs, Moore’s sounds are continually provocative and challenging. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine