Never released before "Armed Resistance" is Love 666's final chapter. A 'lost' album that documents the total outsider rock of Love 666, mixing industrial, proto-electronica, rock'n'roll and general sleaze. Love 666 Lead singer Dave Unger met drummer Angel in Washington D.C., after dropping out of Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University where he studied music of avant-garde composer La Monte Young. Together they formed Love 666 and produced a number of singles and full-lengths for AmRep, including 1995 "American Revolution" and 1996 "Please Kill Yourself So I Can Rock". Love 666 broke up in 1996 and Dave Unger moved to New York, where he started performing under the name Rock. He also started a new label called Feedback, along with former Love 666 member Joe Johnson.
Never released before "Armed Resistance" is Love 666's final chapter. A 'lost' album that documents the total outsider rock of Love 666, mixing industrial, proto-electronica, rock'n'roll and general sleaze. Love 666 Lead singer Dave Unger met drummer Angel in Washington D.C., after dropping out of Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University where he studied music of avant-garde composer La Monte Young. Together they formed Love 666 and produced a number of singles and full-lengths for AmRep, including 1995 "American Revolution" and 1996 "Please Kill Yourself So I Can Rock". Love 666 broke up in 1996 and Dave Unger moved to New York, where he started performing under the name Rock. He also started a new label called Feedback, along with former Love 666 member Joe Johnson.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 08/13/2021
UPC: 5055869591065

Armed Resistance (Uk)
Artist: Love 666
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $37.99
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1. Killed By the USA
2. Death from Above
3. Revolution International
4. Destroy and Search
5. Armed Resistance
6. Down the Line
7. Live Evil

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Never released before "Armed Resistance" is Love 666's final chapter. A 'lost' album that documents the total outsider rock of Love 666, mixing industrial, proto-electronica, rock'n'roll and general sleaze. Love 666 Lead singer Dave Unger met drummer Angel in Washington D.C., after dropping out of Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University where he studied music of avant-garde composer La Monte Young. Together they formed Love 666 and produced a number of singles and full-lengths for AmRep, including 1995 "American Revolution" and 1996 "Please Kill Yourself So I Can Rock". Love 666 broke up in 1996 and Dave Unger moved to New York, where he started performing under the name Rock. He also started a new label called Feedback, along with former Love 666 member Joe Johnson.