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Ed Hall - Gloryhole Full Album

Ed Hall - Gloryhole Full Album Performer: Ed Hall
Title: Gloryhole
Style: Alternative Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1991
Country: US
Label: Trance , Trance
Catalog number: TR09, TR09CD
Size MP3: 2699 mb
Size FLAC: 1840 mb
Rating: 4.8


1Sandra Gubernatorial
Producer – Spot
2Destamona P.3:31
3Guido O'Brien4:14
4Buster Enamel4:17
5Scam Cobliber3:31
6Hortense Buttermilk4:00
7Rachel Hourglass4:15
8Luke Flukenstock3:25
9Roger Mexico4:22
10Bernie Sticky5:08


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TR 09Ed Hall Gloryhole ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)Trance Syndicate RecordsTR 09UK1991
TR-09, EFA 08-17829Ed Hall Gloryhole ‎(LP, Album)Trance Syndicate Records, Trance Syndicate RecordsTR-09, EFA 08-17829France1991
TR-09Ed Hall Gloryhole ‎(LP, Album)Trance Syndicate RecordsTR-09US1991
TR-09CAEd Hall Gloryhole ‎(Cass)Trance Syndicate RecordsTR-09CAUS1991
TR-09Ed Hall Gloryhole ‎(LP, Album, TP)Trance Syndicate RecordsTR-09US1991


  • BookingRock Arts
  • EngineerBrian Anderson, Doug O.
  • GraphicsBlacksmith
  • ProducerDoug Olsen (tracks: 1 to 9), Ed Hall (tracks: 1 to 9)


Smart Studios Madison, WI

On spine: TR09
On disc: TR09CD

Made in Canada
Printed in Canada


  • Matrix / Runout: made by/fabrique par DISQUE AMERIC CANADA JQ72<241>TR09CD
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould text): DISQUE AMERIC INC
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Trance Syndicate
  • Copyright (c) – Thoomp Ka-Bloosh
  • Made By – Disque Americ
  • Recorded At – Smart Studios


Gloryhole is the third studio album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in April 1992 by Trance Syndicate. Gloryhole was the last Ed Hall album to feature drummer Kevin Whitley, who had been playing with the band since 1987. He was replaced by Lyman Hardy, who had been friends with the band since 1989, shortly before tour in support of Glory commenced. Although there are a number of well-crafted songs on Gloryhole, particularly the dreamy instrumental Bernie Sticky, the band is uncertain of whether or not it wants to be a rock band, or simply reside in the Butthole Surfers farm league. Motherscratcher, the band's follow-up, indicated quite strongly that the band was more than prepared and equipped to become at least as good as the band it roughly mimicked for the first five or so years of its existence. Or consider a donation. Ed Hall - Gloryhole 1991. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Noise Rock. Ed Hall. Songs in album Ed Hall - Gloryhole 1991. Ed Hall - Rachel Hourglass. Ed Hall - Hortense Buttermilk. Ed Hall - Luke Flukenstock. Ed Hall - Scam Cobliber. Ed Hall - Bernie Sticky. Ed Hall - Destamona P. Ed Hall - Guido O'brien. Ed Hall - Roger Mexico. Ed Hall - Buster Enamel. Ed Hall - Sandra Gubernatorial. 레코드판과 CD를 쇼핑하여 Ed Hall 컬렉션을 완성해보세요. With our music and our economic changes, we plunder the unsuspecting straight world for money, and the. Here's the last Ed Hall record we recorded. enjoy . Ed Hall - Permission to 1996. 17 January 2018 . Gloryhole is a music album by Ed Hall released in 1991. Ed Hall - Buster Enamel from the album Gloryhole released 1991 Trance Syndicate check out my other videos for more tracks from this album. also free to Ed Hall Gloryhole Rachael Hourglass, Hortense Buttermilk and more. 10 tracks 39:48. LP 12 album, 33 rpm. Ed Hall Format: Vinyl. try tracks 5 and 9, but the whole thing is addictive the only songs that are just 'okay' on this are tracks 8 and 10. I should add that the song on track 9, called 'Buster Enamel,' is just another version of one of their songs from another album, Love Poke Here, also track 9, called Buddha. Read more


User reviews
Every song on this album has an alternate name and some were also available elsewhere. Here is a list of the ones I could find:

Hortense Buttermilk = Grumbler (also on "Love & Napalm, Vol. 1" single)
Bernie Sticky = Gdrone
Destamona P. = Daisy Pusher (also on "Love & Napalm, Vol. 2" single)
Guido O'Brien = Witless Tilt (B-Side to "Deth" single)
Buster Enamel = Buddha (rerecording, the original version is on their previous album "Love Poke Here")
Sandra Gubernatorial = Deth (a cover of the Kiss song "Beth", single)