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Satan's Circus
Studio album by Death in Vegas
Released October 11, 2004
Recorded The Contino Rooms, London, England
Genre Electronic rock
Length 131:46
Label Drone Records
Producer Richard Fearless, Tim Holmes
Professional reviews
Death in Vegas chronology
Scorpio Rising
(2002)
Satan's Circus
(2004)
FabricLive.23
(2005)

Satan's Circus is the fourth studio album by Death in Vegas, released on October 11, 2004 on Drone Records in the United Kingdom and on May 24, 2005 on Sanctuary Records in the United States. Contrary to previous releases, this album features no guest vocalists. This album is the first release through Death in Vegas's own label, Drone Records.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Ein für die Damen"
  2. "Zugaga"
  3. "Heil Xanax"
  4. "Black Lead"
  5. "Sons of Rother"
  6. "Candy McKenzie"
  7. "Reigen"
  8. "Kontroll"
  9. "Anita Berber"
  10. "Head"
  11. "Come on Over to Our Side, Softly Softly"

Bonus disc (Live at Brixton)

Satan's Circus also contained the Live at Brixton bonus disc, recorded during the performance at Brixton Academy. After the release of Satan's Circus, the disappointment felt by many fans was appeased by this mix of songs taken from all three previous albums.

  1. "Natja"
  2. "Leather"
  3. "Girls"
  4. "Death Threat"
  5. "Rekkit"
  6. "Blood Yawning"
  7. "23 Lies"
  8. "Flying"
  9. "Dirge"
  10. "Help Yourself"
  11. "Scorpio Rising"
  12. "Hands Around My Throat"

Singles

  • "Ein für die Damen" (vinyl only, September 13, 2004)
  • "Head" (vinyl only, October 4, 2004)

Personnel

  • Richard Fearless
  • Tim Holmes







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