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Marijuana Deathsquads, Live In Concert

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The Minneapolis-based noise-rock band Marijuana Deathsquads has a name that implies mind-altering chaos. And that's largely what you get in the group's live performances - a thrilling, relentless bombardment of sight and sound. For this concert, originally webcast live on Nov. 6, 2013, the group's members were lost in a flickering shower of lights while blasting their way through highlights from its latest album, Oh My Sexy Lord.

Set List:
  • HAL
  • Untitled
  • Wave
  • Untitled
  • Blood
  • Goldan
  • Claw Of Shame
  • Ewok Sadness
Credits:

Producers: Mito Habe-Evans, Robin Hilton; Videographers: Gabriella Garcia-Pardo, Becky Lettenberger, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Host: Bob Boilen; Production Assistants: Becky Harlan, Chad Miller; Special Thanks: 9:30 Club; Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann

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