Folkicide's A Night at the Opera

by Folkicide

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about

After four years of tinkering with the idea, Folkicide’s NATO was finally recorded during April through August 2012 by Jonathan Brokow (the Anti-Roy Thomas Baker) mostly in the Folkicide basement via 4 track cassette. It was Engineered and mastered mid-August by David Moore at Merriam Shoals Studio. All songs were originally composed by the various Queen members and then strategically deconstructed by Folkicide Mercury without disrespect or irony intended because he truly loves Queen (well, pre-Hot Space Queen anyway) and NATO in particular.

credits

released September 29, 2012

Folkicide Mercury: Acoustic guitar and vocals
Zachary Turner: Drums, banjo, dulcimer, organ, Jews harp, synthesizer (mo synthesizers!) and pedal manipulated recorder.
All Blood: Electric guitar, organ on Death on Two Legs and wall percussion on Prophet’s song.
Darrin Welch: Background vocals on Best Friend
Michael Walker: Trombone on Seaside Rendezvous

Special thanks to Anna with my sincere promise never to cover an entire record again.

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