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Hell yeah

This E.P. is amazing if your a true W13 fan you will not be disapointed AT ALL. And who Doesn't want to hear "I Love to Say F**k" for a third time.

I Love Blood

So this is possibly one of my favorite mistakes iTunes has ever made! This wasn't suppos to be released untill May yet due to a mix up iTunes released this today (April 29th) instead of Skeletons so now we get this early and we can go out and buy Skeletons!!!!! Anyways I love this album it is true Wednesday!


The two songs that aren't remixes/covers (B-Movie Babylon and Return of the Living Dead) are pretty awesome, and they really remind me of Transylvania 90210 (my favorite W13 CD). The cover of the Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers song (Runnin' Down a Dream) is okay, Wednesday's vocals aren't so great on this song and it's shortened from the original. The version of "I Love to say F***K" is pointless... if you have the re-release of the Murderdolls cd and/or the FDQ cd, Songs from the Recently Deceased you'd be hard pressed to find any difference in the "2007" version. I didn't care much at all for the two Skeletons remixes that were tacked on at the end, in fact, I didn't care much for those songs to begin with. I was hoping for more from this EP. I'm not saying that Bloodwork is a total disapointment... it's just that it seems like 2 good new songs, a pretty good cover, and a whole lot of filler.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Musician and horror aficionado Joseph Poole embarked on his career in music in 1992 with Maniac Spider Trash. He left the group in 1996 and formed Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13 with fellow "Spider Trashers" Abby Normal and Sicko Zero. The band managed to release five full-length albums and six EPs over the span of five years before calling it quits in 2003 as a result of Poole's rising success with his Murderdolls side project. In 2004, Poole formed Wednesday 13, releasing the EP 6 Years,...
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