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Notes From Underground by Robert Sabin

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Album Title: Killdozer
Label: Ranula Music
Released: 2006

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About the Album

Loosely based on a deranged man's evil plan to build a town ravaging instrument of destruction in the form of a heavily armored and amunized bulldozer, Robert Sabin's first recording for Ranula Music presents a torrent of vulgar, howling mad, and sensitively reflective instrumental jazz, handcrafted for the enthusiastic audio ghoul.

Killdozer is Robert Sabin, Mark Stanley, Brian Griffin, and Jason Rigby.

Track Listing

Tourettes Guy; Notes From Underground; Killdozer; Evil Bob Takes A Nap; Red and Black; Nobody Does It Better.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Robert Sabin: bass; Brian Griffin: drums; Jason Rigby: saxophones, clarinet; Mark Stanley: guitar.

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Date featured

November 23, 2005

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