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|The Vinyl District
A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die is the second album from American punk rock band the Flesh Eaters. Released in 1981, it is perhaps their most acclaimed work. The band's roster on this album comprises Dave Alvin (guitar), John Doe (bass), Chris D. (vocals, maracas), Steve Berlin (saxophone, rhythm sticks), D. J. Bonebrake (maracas, snare, marimbas) and Bill Bateman (drums).
All tracks composed by Chris D. except where noted.
- "Digging My Grave" – 4:21
- "Pray Til You Sweat" – 2:36
- "River of Fever" – 3:55
- "Satan's Stomp" – 5:49
- "See You in the Boneyard" – 3:30
- "So Long" – 3:30
- "Cyrano de Berger's Back" (John Doe) – 3:22
- "Divine Horseman" – 7:08
"Cyrano de Berger's Back" was composed by John Doe, and was later covered by his band X on their album See How We Are.