Resurrection Men


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Resurrection Men

1800s “body snatchers”; supplied cadavers for dissection. [Br. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 756]
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Immerse yourself in an all new experience taking you into the minds of The Resurrection Men.
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No difficult second album for this four-piece, the follow up to 2012 debut Resurrection Men is a magnificent collection of songs that showcases the bands growing maturity as well as song craft.
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The research was commissioned by the Museum Of London to mark the launch of its October exhibition Doctors, Dissection And Resurrection Men.
For them, the graveyard is a constant reminder of the challenge they have set themselves, as rock's very own resurrection men.
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I don't believe in God, but something divinely inspired happened inside that Liverpool dressing room during half-time to transform a team from dead and buried into remarkable resurrection men.
So anatomy spawned another profession - the resurrection men or body snatchers, who plundered fresh corpses for the anatomists to dissect.
Victor's gang - the Resurrection Men - manages to strike fear into a city already numbed by sectarian violence, and he attracts the eye of an older hood, McLure (Sean McGinley), who hires him for a kneecapping job.
And when, soon after, he took Leigh Hunt's cold-fishy soft palm into his own warm agitated hand, he could still sense the grave after-touch of mortal knowledge, the dead clay and soiled night tissues of the cadaver mongers, the resurrection men, in culture's welcoming grasp.