Σάββατο, 31 Δεκεμβρίου 2011

INSIDE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUS




Welcome, I bid you welcome to life
Inside the electric circus






Released: September 1986 - Capitol Records
W.A.S.P.'s third studio album INSIDE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUS was recorded during July '86 at the Pasha Music House in Hollywood, CA. Prior to the recording of INSIDE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUS guitarist Randy Piper left the group. King Cobra bassist Johnny Rod was brought into the fold with Blackie Lawless switching from bass to rhythm guitar. Produced by Blackie Lawless and mixed by Michael Wagener,
Inside The Electric Circus was released in October '96 and reached #60 on the Billboard album chart. INSIDE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUS was supported by W.A.S.P.'s biggest tour to date, including dates with Iron Maiden and Slayer.
"The only time we did not receive a bomb threat during the entire "Inside the Electric Circus" tour was when we played Long Beach Arena," explains Blackie to the W.A.S.P. Nation. "I did not know about that until the tour was over. The room got cleared at the Orpheum in Boston. I think the room got cleared three times on that tour and that's a big pain in the ass having to clear out all the people, have dogs sniff for bombs, and then get them back in. Needless to say the show's were a little late in getting started to say the least."

SINGLES RELEASED OFF W.A.S.P. - INSIDE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUS
I Don't Need No Doctor
95-Nasty



DIGITALLY RE-MASTERED VERSION:
Released: 1997 - Snapper Music






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