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  1. Label: Cargo Records - none • Format: CD Album Live • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Avantgarde, Art Rock King Missile III*, John S. Hall - The Green Album (, Live, CD) | .
  2. The Green Album. (John S. Hall and King Missile album) The Green Album is a compilation of John S. Hall 's album The Body Has a Head and fourteen live tracks by Hall's band King Missile, plus an alternate version of the song "Gay/Not Gay" from King Missile's album biacelgoatrogifos.draditalcudlerasorelolensiri.co: Avant-garde.
  3. King Missile III. In , Hall released a “solo album,” The Body Has a Head, on the German label Manifatture Criminali. The album featured considerable input from multi-instrumentalists Sasha Forte, Bradford Reed, and Jane Scarpantoni. With these musicians, as well as They cellist Curtis, Hall formed a new band, King Missile III. On September 15, , the new lineup released its “debut” .
  4. King Missile is an American avant-garde art-rock band best known for their song "Detachable Penis". Formed in , vocalist John S. Hall has fronted several incarnations of the band since then.
  5. The album takes a step backwards in the King Missile chain. John has grown up, taken a regular job, and lets loose with his inner child once in a while. This is that album. Long gone are the witty stories and subtle offbeat songs/5(5).
  6. Jan 01,  · John is also the lyricist and lead vocalist for King Missile, the germinal* spoken word-with-music band, whose hits include "Detachable Penis," "Take Stuff From Work," "Sensitive Artist," and many others. King Missile recorded three CDs for Atlantic Records and several independent CDs/5(5).
  7. King Missile discography and songs: Music profile for King Missile, formed Genres: Alternative Rock, Comedy Rock, Art Rock. Albums include Happy Hour, Mystical Shit, and They.
  8. The band’s third and final album for Atlantic was the eponymous King Missile, released April 19, Neither the album nor its lead single, “Love Is,” was a commercial success; consequently, the band was dropped from Atlantic, and broke up shortly thereafter because, according to Hall, “there was no reason to stay together.”.

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