Empty (God Lives Underwater Album)

Empty (God Lives Underwater Album)

Empty is God Lives Underwater's first full length album, released in October 1995 via American Recordings. Several songs from this album have featured in movies: "Tortoise" was used in the movie National Lampoon's Senior Trip, "No More Love" was used in Johnny Mnemonic, and "Weight"—an outtake from Empty—was featured in Mortal Kombat: More Kombat.

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... God Lives Underwater David Reilly - Lead Vocals Jeff Turzo - Guitar, backing vocals Andrew McGee - Bass Adam Kary - Drums. ...

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