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  • As if to demonstrate their range, they've just released two contrasting LPs: Heavy Rocks is a primal, howling, wounded beast of a record, featuring the Cult's Ian Astbury on backing vocals; while Attention Please is an album of ethereal post-punk, sung entirely by female guitarist Wata.

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  • Becuase if it's the former, you know, it'd be kind of cool, and I'd have my warrior followers sing stanzes from Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla" as they went about spreading the faith.

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  • Has it been de-beaked, and what are the Cult's foreign policy protocols for dealing with Combine diplomats?

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  • With NIN's drummer and Jane's Addiction's bassist in tow plus rock royalty the likes of Chris Cornell, Kid Rock, Dave Grohl, Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmeister, The Cult's Ian Astbury, and many more soop-uh-stahs, Slash's first solo album amazingly shows continuity and showcases expert co-songwriting despite all of the musical influences involved.

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  • Maps & Atlases have been described as "math rock;" just go to see Cult's perform undeniably catchy "Go Outside."

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  • Pop on over to Craft Cult's website for their Heartomatic.

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  • They have a respectable showing with covers of Metallica's "Enter Sandman" and Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla," but fall way behind in the second set when Hulk insists that they play "Brand New Key."

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  • I will stay on program with the Cult's nutrition today, run or hike a trail this early evening with my Little Dog, and craft out once the kids go to sleep tonight- if they go to sleep.

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  • While the paintings offer a glimpse into the economics of a working-class rock band, they're also intimately tied to Cloud Cult's music, much of which stems from a tragedy that struck Ms. Minowa and her husband, band leader Craig Minowa.

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  • Though Ms. Minowa sings on some numbers, Cloud Cult's painters, who are considered members of the band, don't play instruments on stage.

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