Heroin Man

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CherubsMay 17, 1994
Indie℗ 2014 Trance Syndicate
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Heroin Man is the second album by American noise rock band Cherubs, released in 1994 through Trance Syndicate. The album's title, cover, and lyrical themes were influenced by the death of Dave DeLuna, a very close friend of the band. The band broke up before the album's release, following a fight between drummer Brent Prager and bassist Owen McMahon after a live show. Over the years, it has gained a cult following within the American underground.
The band would eventually reunite in 2014, two whole decades after the release of Heroin Man. Amphetamine Reptile Records later reissued the album on CD and LP formats in July 2017, both editions featuring silk screened artwork done by Tom Hazelmyer.

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Stag Party3:14
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Animator2:25
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Blackhouse2:26
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Baby Huey3:37
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Dave of the Moon4:55
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Coonass3:02
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Mr. Goy3:10
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Cockpit - Kiss the Shine4:16
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Venus Flytrap2:03
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The Big Groovy3:03
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Wornout Balls5:14
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Playdough3:30
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Example Maiden Japan / Devil's Food9:27
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Tracks
13
Released
May 17, 1994
Label
℗ 2014 Trance Syndicate
File type
MP3
Access type
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