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Conceived in the Year 2003 in San Francisco, TURN ME ON DEAD MAN brings back heavydelic space rock from the future in the tradition of Ziggy Stardust and Jane's Addiction. TURN ME ON DEAD MAN's first full length recording, "God Bless the Electric Freak" has been born.

TURN ME ON DEAD MAN has performed throughout the Bay Area including such venues as The Pound SF, The Hotel Utah, The Red Devil Lounge, The Hemlock Tavern and The Mission Creek Music… read more

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  • Avatar for goskatopudel
    "We are star people" is great album. Very underrated band.
  • Avatar for snivlemeht
    The new album is excellent.... heavydelic spacerock from the future INDEED
  • Avatar for snivlemeht
    I hope they haven't disbanded.... I personally haven't heard that yet... They just released a compilation album called Haters, Space Invaders & Clones.....
  • Avatar for sea_beast
    I've read somewhere that they disbanded, can anyone confirm this?
  • Avatar for boredstiff-
    I think you're just saying that you're a synesethete because you think you're cool because of it.
  • Avatar for grossy2
    why would you even mention wolfmother?
  • Avatar for VinnieIcius
    Tiny Gods = Epic!
  • Avatar for boredstiff-
    So I just got Sunshine Suicide, and it's probably one of the most amazing albums I've heard in a long time.
  • Avatar for EstoKrista
    These guys should be a lot bigger than they are. Definitely way cooler than Wolfmother. Wolfmother has NOTHING on these guys, and besides, Turn Me On Dead Man are much more trippy. Turn Me on Dead Man is definitely one of my favorite bands; I love the heavy psychedelic riffs. I'm also a synesethete, and their songs give some of the most beautiful visuals and interesting tastes.
  • Avatar for yeoldstinkeye
    Fuzzy! and Fun...

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