Vampire Of Tehran

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Vampire Of Tehran

Staalplaat - STCD 127  (February 4, 1998)
(re-pressed March, 2003)
includes gatefold insert, blank on the inside

re-pressing is a limited edition of 300
includes gatefold insert, printed inside (one side is the title explanation from the bottom of this page, the opposite is a photo of the body hanging from the crane)


  1. Sikh Out  (10.29)
  2. Arabs Improved Spain  (3.51)
  3. Black Islamic Garb  (3.54)
  4. North Afrika Is Not So Far Away  (3.27)
  5. Enchante, Monsieur  (3.47)
  6. The Fly That Constantly Bites  (1.05)
  7. Strap Sticks Of Dynamite Around Her Body  (3.54)
  8. Fez Tishan  (4.37)
  9. Zuriff Moussa  (4.13)
  10. Full Metal Yashmak  (6.03)
  11. Hamas Pulse For Revenge  (3.14)

Dedicated to a just end.

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The following is an explanation of the meaning of the title.

"Gholamreza Kordieh was dubbed the "Vampire of Tehran" because he preyed on girls and women at night, while working as a taxi driver. He was flogged, then lashed by relatives of his nine victims, then hanged from a mobile crane to the chants of "Allahu Akbar"; a just end."

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