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No Trend - A Dozen Dead Roses Album


No Trend


A Dozen Dead Roses



MP3 album size:

1490 mb


No Trend Records




Noise, Punk, Experimental



Date of release:



NT 005

No Trend - A Dozen Dead Roses Album


1All Of Nothing
2Your Love
3Karma Nights
4Tear You Apart
5The Curse
6Who's To Say
7For The Fun Of It All
8Never Again
9Good Day Mrs. Hamm
Written-By – Butch Willis


  • BassRobert "Smokeman" Marymont
  • DrumsKen Rudd
  • GuitarDean Evangelista
  • Illustration [From Walker Evans' "Torn Movie Poster", 1930], DesignR. Bangham
  • KeyboardsSpidako
  • Layout [Album]Jefferson Scott
  • Lyrics ByJefferson Scott (tracks: A1 to B3, B5)
  • Music ByNo Trend
  • Photography ByDean Evangelista
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByDon Zientara, No Trend
  • SaxophoneBernard Demassy
  • VocalsJefferson Scott
  • Vocals [Additional], Lyrics ByLydia Lunch (tracks: A2, A3, B3, B5)


Includes custom inner sleeve with lyrics.

Jacket Made in Canada


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): NT- 005-1- YOUR LOVE IS? E-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): NT -005-2-E-1 — DEATH FOREVER WAITING, LOVE FOREVER DEAD


  • Copyright (c) – No Trend Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – No Trend Records
  • Recorded At – Inner Ear Studios
  • Mixed At – Inner Ear Studios


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