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King Faduke / Vim
King Faduke & Vim
Fatso Jetson's side.
Split Extended Play by
Fatso Jetson
Fireball Ministry
Released 1999
Genre Stoner Rock
Length 12:33
Label Cattleprod Recordings
Fatso Jetson chronology
Toasted
(1999)
King Faduke / Vim
(1999)
Cruel & Delicious
(2001)
Fireball Ministry chronology
Où Est La Rock?
(1999)
King Faduke / Vim
(1999)
FMEP
(2001)

Kong Faduke / Vim is a split 7" single featuring the stoner rock band Fatso Jetson and Fireball Ministry, released in 1999 via Cattleprod Recordings. Notably "Vim" would also feature on Fireball Ministry's debut album Où Est La Rock?

TracklistEdit

Fatso Jetson - King Faduke

Fatso Jetson - King Faduke

Fireball Ministry - VIM

Fireball Ministry - VIM

  • A. Fatso Jetson - King Faduke (5:55)
  • B. Fireball Ministry - Vim (6:38)

PersonnelEdit

Fatso JetsonEdit

Fireball MinistryEdit

  • James A. Rota - Guitar, Vocals
  • Emily J. Burton - Guitar
  • Jimmy Z. D'amico - Bass
  • John Oreshnick - Drums

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

V·T·E Fatso Jetson
Current Members Mario LalliLarry LalliTony TornayVince MeghrouniDino Van Lalli
Past Members Gary ArceBrant BjorkJesse Hughes
Studio Albums Stinky Little GodsPower of ThreeFlames For AllToastedCruel & DeliciousArchaic VolumesIdle Hands
Split Releases Fatso Jetson LiveLive at Maximum Festival
Split Releases Accelerator General / TailspinJailbreak / Blueberries & ChromeKing Faduke / VimYawning Man & Fatso JetsonEarly ShapesFatso Jetson & FarflungDouble Quartet Series #1Dreamhomes / Die CastLegends Of The Desert (DesertFest Vol. IV)
Associated Bands Across The RiverAcross The River (Demo)Yawning ManKyussChéQueens of the Stone AgeThe Desert SessionsBrant BjorkVista ChinoYawning SonsDark Tooth EncounterTen EastThe Sort Of QuartetBig Scenic NowhereZun • The Perfect Rat • All Souls
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