by Balance Of Terror (aka Minóy). supported by. CJ Bury. supported by 4 fans who also own No Fats, No Fems, Uncut (1990). I think I've already gone through this album about ten times. Another outstanding release by Faith Healer. If you haven't heard Cosmic Troubles, go do it. Easily the most underrated album of 2015. Lead Me To The Glow by Shmu. Bandcamp New & Notable Sep 26, 2018.
Violent Femmes is the debut album by Violent Femmes. Mostly recorded in July 1982, the album was released by Slash Records on vinyl and on cassette in April 13, 1983, and on CD in 1987 with two extra tracks "Ugly" and "Gimme the Car".
No Fats, No Femmes is a visual protest against the biases of being fat, disabled or having HIV within the LGBTQ community. Fatima Jamal Is Styling.
Minóy as Balance Of Terror, first released on Nostalgie de la Boue net-label, January 2014. released September 25, 2014. Recorded by Minóy in 1990. Digitized and remastered from the original master cassette in 2013 by Phillip B. Klingler (PBK). Graphic design by Phillip B. Klingler using digital photography by Minóy. If you like No Fats, No Fems, Uncut (1990), you may also like: Atrocity Tapes EP by Yokonono. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Jun 27, 2017. The Drought by Puce Mary. Puce Mary returns with another LP of harrowing experimental electronic music. Bandcamp New & Notable Aug 9, 2018.
Balance of Terror" is the fourteenth episode of the first season of the American science fiction television series, Star Trek. Written by Paul Schneider and directed by Vincent McEveety, it first aired on December 15, 1966. The episode introduces the fictional Star Trek race, the Romulans. Mark Lenard, playing the Romulan commander, makes his first of many Star Trek appearances.