Road Kill is a pair of live albums released by Celtic rock band Seven Nations in 1998. According to the band, the discs were meant to portray the band's live act realistically, and to preserve "the intensity and energy that make our concerts so much fun both for us and our audiences." The band's lineup at the time was as follows: The Road Kill albums were the last Seven Nations releases before the departure of primary bagpipe player Neil Anderson, who had been a member of the band since its inception and was largely responsible for the band's Celtic influences. They were also the last two of Seven Nations' independently released albums, all of which are now out of print. However, a cassette version of Road Kill Volume II is still in stock on the band's web site.
The numerical value of road kill in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of road kill in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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They killed him, they fed him lethal doses of alcohol and they killed him, and then they treated him like a rag doll, like road kill, they slapped him around, threw water on him, one kid punched him.
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