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The Screaming Tribesmen - Formaldehyde album download
Performer: The Screaming Tribesmen
Title: Formaldehyde
Released: 1993
Style: Alternative Rock, Garage Rock
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3 FLAC FLAC WAV MP1 VOC VOX VQF AHX
FLAC size: 1204 mb | MP3 size: 1231 mb | WMA size: 1346 mb
Genre: Rock

The Screaming Tribesmen ‎– Formaldehyde. Label: Survival ‎– SUR 527 CD. Format: CD, Album. Lead Vocals, Guitar – Mick Medew. Mastered By – Don Bartley. Producer – Rob Younger, The Screaming Tribesmen.

Redirected from Screaming Tribesmen). The Screaming Tribesmen were an Australian rock band formed in Brisbane in 1981 by mainstay Mick Medew on lead vocals and lead guitar. With various line-ups they released three studio albums, Bones and Flowers (October 1987), Blood Lust (1990) and Formaldehyde (1993), before disbanding in 1998. They reformed in 2011 for performances until June 2012.

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The Screaming Tribesmen: Were an Australian rock band formed in Brisbane in 1981 by mainstay Mick Medew on lead vocals and lead guitar. With various line-ups they released three studio albums, Bones and Flowers, Blood Lust and Formaldehyde, before disbanding in 1998. Australian musicologist, Ian McFarlane, described how they, "fashioned a memorable brand of 1960s-inspired pop rock that combined equal parts existential lyric angst, melodic inventiveness and strident guitar riffs