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The extended "Dead Eyes Reopened" is better, but not online.
Dead Eyes Opened (1993 version) was the big hit for what was a very unconventional band. Good old grumpy tom ellard (who pretty much is/was severed heads) has produced a lot of stuff that is near enough to unlistenable, but a few really amazing songs as well, and some amazing videos. The original video for "all saints day" is flat-out outstanding for the time, and considering the primitive technology they used to make it. Its not online as far as I can tell though....