Killing Joke Released

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Killing Joke - History - 2008–present
... It made us realise our mortality and how important Killing Joke is to all of us." The original line-up of Killing Joke assembled in Granada, Spain, to prepare a world tour consisting of two nights in ... will be immortalised on Duende - The Spanish Sessions, released in 2008 on Estworld Recordings ... The first nights were dedicated to their first two albums, Killing Joke and What's THIS For...!, while the second night featured large parts of 'Pandemonium' plus some early ...
Pigface - Members
... Martin Atkins (Public Image Ltd, Ministry, Killing Joke, Brian Brain, Chris Connelly, Murder, Inc.) William Rieflin (Ministry, Revolting Cocks, KMFDM, R.E.M ... Thirlwell (Foetus, Clint Ruin, Steroid Maximus) Paul Raven (Killing Joke, Prong, Murder, Inc ... Godflesh) Youth (aka Martin Glover) (Killing Joke, The Fireman) Paul Ferguson (Killing Joke, Warrior Soul, Murder, Inc.) Jared Louche (Chemlab) Alex Paterson (The Orb) Duane Denison (The ...

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