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Kreis - Moloch (15) - Leguan (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Type: Demo Release date: October 15th, Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Cassette Reviews: None yet.
  2. 43) finds a reference to Moloch in Amos v. 26; but this is a doubtful passage. In II Kings xxiii. 10 it is stated that one of the practises to which Josiah put a stop by his reform was that of sacrificing children to Molech, and that the place where this form of worship had been practised was at Topheth, "in the valley of the children of Hinnom."Missing: Leguan.
  3. I was familiar with one tune on this album: the Don Nix composition, Going Down, which has been covered by Freddie King, Jeff Beck (on the Jeff Beck Group album), J.J. Cale and Pearl Jam, among others, so I took a chance on the album based on Robert Gordon's recommendation. It turned out to be a really good album of early s blues based rock/5(11).
  4. Most of Moloch releases are strictly limited edition and many have had numerous re-issues on various formats, the full details and all additional and detailed info of which can be found on Moloch Missing: Kreis · Leguan.
  5. MOLECH; MOLOCH. mo'-lek, mo'-lok (ha-molekh, always with the article, except in 1 Kings ; Septuagint ho Moloch, sometimes also Molchom, Melchol; Vulgate (Jerome's Latin Bible, A.D.) Moloch): 1. The Name 2. The Worship in Old Testament History 3. The Worship in the Prophets 4. Nature of the Worship 5. Origin and Extent of the Worship Missing: Kreis · Leguan.
  6. Moloch Insight on the Scriptures, Volume 2 See More. Glossary. nwtstg. Molech. A god of the Ammonites; possibly the same as Malcam, Milcom, and Moloch. It may be a title rather than the name of a specific god. The Mosaic Law demanded the death penalty for Missing: Kreis · Leguan.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Moloch on Discogs/5(25).
  8. In the poster that came with the album Grand Funk--Live Album, among the various newspaper clippings was a column from an issue of Rolling Stone magazine that was called "Condemned". Along with a famous review of the first GFR record, was a review of Moloch/5(11).

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