The Cutthroats 9 is a band formed by Chris Spencer of Unsane when he moved to California after Unsane went on hiatus in 2000. Their first single "You Should Be Dead"/"Can't Do a Thing" was released on Man's Ruin Records with Spencer on guitar/vocals, Mark Laramie (or Laramee) on bass and Billy Ropple on drums. Their first album was called The Cutthroats 9 and also came out on Man's Ruin
Album Name The Cutthroats 9. Type Album. Labels Man's Ruin Records. Music StyleNoise Hardcore. Members owning this album2. 8. You Should Be Dead. 10. Always a Way. 1. .The Cutthroats 9. Learn more. Other productions from The Cutthroats 9. Anger Management.
The Cutthroats 9 (CD, Album).
Cutthroats 9 live performing You Should Be Dead. August 25, 2012 at Benders Bar in San Francisco. Cutthroats 9 live performing You Should Be Dead.
The Cutthroats 9's first release came out in 2000 when the Baltimore-based Reptilian label released their debut single, "You Should Be Dead"/"Can't Do a Thing. It was also in 2000 that Man's Ruin, a small indie out of San Francisco, released their self-titled debut album. After that release, Curran left the band - and the Cutthroats 9 became a power trio (which is the same format that Unsane embraced for 11 years).
Their first single "You Should Be Dead"/"Can't Do a Thing" was released on Man's Ruin Records with Spencer on guitar/vocals, Mark Laramie (or Laramee) on bass and Billy Ropple on drums. Their first album was called The Cutthroats 9 and also came out on Man's Ruin. The lineup for this recording featured Spencer on guitar/vocals, Unsane bassist Dave Curran, plus Mark Laramie and Will Carroll on guitar and drums respectively. They followed it up with a six song EP that came out on Reptilian Records with Chris (guitar), Mark (bass) and Will (drums).
The Cutthroats 9. 2000. Like Unsane's early years with drummer Charlie Ondras, Cutthroats 9 privileges a rhythmic openness not apparent on Unsane's material with Vinny Signorelli behind the kit. Such breathing space allows Spencer's stomp-box distorted Fender adequate time and context to screech and moan with a grimy, roughed-up twang. The vocals are fraught with bile and warning, from the harrowing "You Should Be Dead" to the dark blues work of "Can't Do a Thing.
Cutthroats 9 Cutthroats 9. By Chris Gramlich. Published Dec 01, 2000. No final album, no farewell tour, no "goodbye and thanks for the memories, you ungrateful bastards. However, point-men Chris Spencer and Dave Curran barely let the ink dry on the Unsane obituary before unleashing this new group of musical terrorists, the Cutthroats 9. Content to wade in the deep end of the noise rock pool, C. 's identity is defined by Spencer and Curran in much the same way Unsane's was, so it should come as. no surprise that C. is more a continuation of the Unsane's auditory pummelling than a new musical endeavour.
From: Cutthroats 9. Year: 2004. Count: 11. Views: 1. Cutthroats 9 Live at The Casbah 04/05/2004 tracks. In The Eye. Hace 5 años. Man's Ruin Records 1. Dirty 2. Testify 3. Move 4. No Restraint 5. Can't Do a Thing 6. Lost 7. In The Eye 8. You Should Be Dead 9. Cutthroats 9 - Can't Do a Thing. The Cutthroats 9 is Chris Spencer's (Unsane) San Francisco band that existed during the Unsane hiatus. This is a video for the. The Cutthroats 9 - Move. The Cutthroats 9 (2000) Man's Ruin Records. The Cutthroats 9 - Hit The Ground (Dissent 2014). Dissent 2014 lambunlimited.
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- Copyright (c) – Reptilian Records
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – R-18255
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – R-18256
NotesPressing plant uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 47700 04041 7
- Matrix / Runout (A-side etchings): REP 043-A R-18255
- Matrix / Runout (B-side etchings): REP 043-B R-18256
Performer: Cutthroats 9
Title: You Should Be Dead
Date of release: 1999
Style: Hardcore, Noise
Size MP3: 1494 mb
Size FLAC: 1841 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Other Formats: ADX APE AHX VOC MPC MIDI VQF