The Birthday Party is a 1980 album by Australian rock band The Boys Next Door (later reissued under the band name The Birthday Party).
Originally released on The Birthday Party. Indie Scene 1981: The Story of British Independent Music. Sex Crimes" "Release the Bats". 1978 demo, exclusively released on this compilation, plus track released on Junkyard. The Trip: Curated by Jarvis Cocker and Steve Mackey References.
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This song is by The Birthday Party and appears on the album Junkyard (1982). Release the batsRelease the batsDon't tell me that it doesn't hurtA hundred fluttering in your skirtDon't tell me that it doesn't hurt. My baby is all rightShe doesn't mind a bit of dirtShe says, "Horror vampire bat bite"She says "horror vampireHow I wish those bats would bite"Wah, biteWah, bite.
Australia's Birthday Party may have burned quickly and brightly, but their twisted, arty take on garage rock has lasted a long time. Stitched together from performances in London and Bremen, Germany, Live 1981-1982 shows the band in all their feral glory. Nick Cave's spastic blues-punk balladeering gels beautifully with Rowland S. Howard's squalling guitars on an unhinged version of the goth hit "Release the Bats," as well as undulating takes of "Nick the Stripper" and "King Ink," which tap into the band’s primal sexual energy.
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Release The Bats: The Birthday Party As Heard Through The Meat Grinder Of Three One G. Released by Three One G Jun 2006 18 Tracks.
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