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    Failure

    • Year Released: 1998
    Failure is the seventh album by avant-garde band King Missile, and the band's first in its incarnation as "King Missile III." It was released on September 15, 1998. All lyrics by John S. Hall.
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    Fluting on the Hump

    • Year Released: 1987
    Fluting on the Hump is the first album by avant-garde band King Missile, first released exclusively in LP format in 1987 and later included on the CD compilation Mystical Shit & Fluting on the Hump. All lyrics by John S. Hall.
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    Happy 14½

    • Year Released: 1992
    Happy 14½ is an EP by avant-garde band King Missile. It was released in 1992, shortly before the band's album Happy Hour. The EP was intended for promotional use only, and not supposed to be sold; nonetheless, copies are sometimes available in "used" sections of record stores because some people who received the EP sold it anyway. Just as Happy Hour is approximately one hour long, Happy 14½ is approximately 14½ minutes in length. All lyrics by John S. Hall (except "All Things Everywhere," by Chris Xefos).
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    Happy Hour

    • Year Released: 1992
    Happy Hour is the fifth album by avant-garde band King Missile, and the band's second for Atlantic Records. It was released on December 15, 1992. The album is approximately one hour long, hence the title. All lyrics by John S. Hall.
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    King Missile

    • Year Released: 1994
    King Missile is the eponymous sixth album by avant-garde band King Missile, and the band's third for Atlantic Records. It was released on April 19, 1994. All lyrics by John S. Hall. All music by Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, and Chris Xefos.
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    Mystical Shit

    • Year Released: 1990
    Mystical Shit is the third album by avant-garde band King Missile, first released in 1990 and later included on the compilation album Mystical Shit & Fluting on the Hump. All lyrics by John S. Hall (except "Love You More," a Buzzcocks cover).
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    Mystical Shit / Fluting on the Hump

    • Year Released: 1990
    Mystical Shit & Fluting on the Hump is a compilation of avant-garde band King Missile's third album, Mystical Shit, and first album, Fluting on the Hump. The package was first released in 1990 and rereleased on September 7, 2004. Fluting on the Hump was initially released exclusively in LP format. This compilation constitutes its only release on CD. All lyrics by John S. Hall (except "Love You More," a Buzzcocks cover). Mystical Shit Fluting on the Hump Mystical Shit Fluting on the Hump
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    Royal Lunch

    • Year Released: 2004
    Royal Lunch is the ninth album by avant-garde band King Missile, and the band's third in its incarnation as "King Missile III." It was released on September 21, 2004. All songs by Sasha Forte, John S. Hall, and Bradford Reed. All lyrics by Hall.
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    Shimmy Disc Video Compilation V.1

    • Year Released: 1988
    The first official video release to feature GWAR, this compilation included several other bands on the Shimmy Disc label. The GWAR portion at the end opens with a video for GWAR Theme. It is a different recording from the Hell-O version, and has Oderus in the costume with the top of his head and hair, but no face mask. Also seen are original GWAR Woman Lisa Harrelson (a brunette), and Pookie the Dead Dog. You can also see Don Drakulich as Techno Destructo. After that are some even older clips. There is some 8 mm footage of an earlier lineup (no Joey Slutman, but with Cornelius Carnage)). They are walking over a hill in the snow waving their weapons. The costumes are mostly the same as in GWAR Must Be Destroyed, mostly crude fur and bones outfits with helmets or headgear or some kind, except for Cornelius (who wore the costume that Beefcake would later make famous) and Balsac who pretty much his same style even back then. From there it goes into a news clip from a Richmond station (where the anchor mistakenly calls the band "gore") where the band are running around in the winter on the streets yelling and screaming. From that they go to a TV studio and throw a newsman threw the desk
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    The Body Has a Head

    • Year Released: 1996
    The Body Has a Head is an album by King Missile frontman John S. Hall, released exclusively in Germany in 1996. Though billed as a Hall "solo album," the collection features considerable input from multi-instrumentalists Sasha Forte, Bradford Reed, and Jane Scarpantoni, all of whom would become members of the next incarnation of King Missile ("King Missile III") and contribute to that group's "debut" album, 1998's Failure. King Missile's compilation The Green Album, sold exclusively at live shows, contains all the tracks from The Body Has a Head plus fourteen live King Missile tracks and an alternate version of the song "Gay/Not Gay" from Failure. All lyrics by Hall.
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    The Green Album

    The Green Album is a compilation of John S. Hall's 1996 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 1998 album Failure. All lyrics by Hall. The Body Has a Head Bonus track Live tracks The Body Has a Head Other tracks
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    The Psychopathology of Everyday Life

    • Year Released: 2003
    The Psychopathology of Everyday Life is the eighth album by avant-garde band King Missile, and the band's second in its incarnation as "King Missile III." It was released on January 21, 2003. The album is named after a 1901 book by Sigmund Freud. The album cover features a mock Parental Advisory label that reads, "WARNING: CONTAINS LOTS OF CURSES: DO NOT BUY!" All songs by Sasha Forte, John S. Hall, and Bradford Reed, except where noted. All lyrics by Hall.
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    The Way to Salvation

    • Year Released: 1991
    The Way to Salvation is the fourth album by avant-garde band King Missile, and the band's first for Atlantic Records. It was released on April 16, 1991. All lyrics by John S. Hall (except "Betrayal Takes Two," a Richard Hell cover).
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    They

    • Year Released: 1988
    They is the second album by avant-garde band King Missile, released in 1988.
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