Vaya Con Satan
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|"Vaya Con Satan"|
|Single by Turbonegro|
|from the album Hot Cars and Spent Contraceptives|
|Label||Sympathy for the Record Industry|
|Writer(s)||Bengt Calmeyer, Harald Fossberg, Rune Grønn, Paal Kjaernes, Thomas Seltzer|
|Turbonegro singles chronology|
"Vaya Con Satan" is a single from the Norwegian band Turbonegro from their 1992 album Hot Cars and Spent Contraceptives released on 7" Vinyl in 1991 by Sympathy for the Record Industry. 1,200 copies were pressed.
This single is the first sign of life following their reformation in early 1991. In fact the birth of Turbonegro's very own genre 'deathpunk'. The sleeve is an hommage to early 80's English black metal band Venom's Welcome to Hell LP. Ole Martinsen plays bass on this recording. Sympathy issued the single in black, yellow, blue and pink vinyl.
The single was re-released in early January, 2004 with an unknown press count.
- "Vaya Con Satan"
- "Zonked Out (On Hashish)"
- "Hand Of Love"