Thursday, March 31, 2011

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Deja Vu (1970)

Déjà Vu is the first album by the rock band Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and the second by the trio configuration of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. It was released in March of 1970 by Atlantic Records, catalogue SD-7200. It topped the pop album chart for one week and generated three Top 40 singles: "Teach Your Children," "Our House," and "Woodstock Déjà Vu was greatly anticipated after the popularity of the first CSN album and the addition of Young to the group. Stills estimates that the album took around 800 hours of studio time to record; this figure may be exaggerated, even though the individual tracks display meticulous attention to detail. The songs, except for "Woodstock", were recorded as individual sessions by each member, with each contributing whatever was needed that could be agreed upon. Young does not appear on all of the tracks, and drummer Dallas Taylor and bassist Greg Reeves are credited on the cover with their names in slightly smaller typeface. Jerry Garcia plays pedal steel on "Teach Your Children" and John Sebastian plays mouth-harp on the title track. - Wikipedia

David Crosby - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals 
Stephen Stills - Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals 
Graham Nash - Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals 
Neil Young - Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica, Vocals

1. Carry On (4:26)
2. Teach Your Children (2:53)
3. Almost Cut My Hair (4:31)
4. Helpless (3:33)
5. Woodstock (3:54)
6. Déjà Vu (4:12)
7. Our House (2:59)
8. 4 + 20 (2:04)
9. Country Girl (5:11)
10. Everybody I Love You (2:21)

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Beatles - Abbey Road (1970)

Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by the English rock band The Beatles. Though Let It Be was the last album released before The Beatles' dissolution in 1970, work on Abbey Road began in April 1969, making it the final album recorded by the band. Abbey Road was released on 26 September 1969 in the United Kingdom, and 1 October 1969 in the United States. It was produced and orchestrated by George Martin for Apple Records. Geoff Emerick was engineer, Alan Parsons was assistant engineer, and Tony Banks was tape operator. Abbey Road is regarded as one of The Beatles' most tightly constructed albums, although the band was barely operating as a functioning unit at the time.Rolling Stone placed it at number 14 on its list of "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time". In 2009, readers of the magazine also named Abbey Road the greatest Beatles album.
George Harrison – Lead, Rhythm, Acoustic and Bass Guitars; Lead, Harmony and Backing Vocals; Hammond Organ, Harmonium and Moog Synthesiser
John Lennon – Lead and Rhythm Guitars; Six and Twelve-String Acoustic Guitars; Lead, Harmony and Backing Vocals; Electric and Acoustic Pianos; Hammond Organ and Moog Synthesiser
Paul McCartney – Lead, Rhythm, Acoustic and Bass Guitars; Fuzz Bass; Lead, Harmony and Backing Vocals; Electric and Acoustic Pianos; Hammond Organ and Moog Synthesiser 
Ringo Starr – Drums, Percussion; Lead and Backing Vocals

1. Come Together (4:20)
2. Something (3:03
3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (3:27)
4. Oh! Darling (3:26)
5. Octopus's Garden (2:51)
6. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7:47)
7. Here Comes the Sun (3:05)
8. Because (2:45)
9. You Never Give Me Your Money (4:02)
10. Sun King (2:26)
11. Mean Mr. Mustard (1:06)
12. Polythene Pam (1:12)
13. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (1:57)
14. Golden Slumbers (1:31)
15. Carry That Weight (1:36)
16. The End (2:05)
17. Her Majesty (0:23)

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland (1968)

Electric Ladyland is the third and final album of new material by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, released in October 1968 on Reprise Records, catalogue 2RS 6307. It is the only Hendrix studio album professionally produced under his supervision. It topped the Billboard 200 album chart for two weeks in November 1968. The controversial original UK album cover photograph was of a group of nude women, which was soon replaced by a more modest fiery portrait of Hendrix singing. - Wikipedia

Jimi Hendrix – Vocals, Electric Guitar, Piano, Percussion, Bass 
Noel Redding – Backing Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar
Mitch Mitchell – Backing Vocals, Drums, Percussion

1. ...And the Gods Made Love (1:22)
2. Have You Ever Been (2:11)
3. Crosstown Traffic (2:25)
4. Voodoo Chile (15:02)
5. Still Raining, Still Dreaming (4:25)
6. House Burning Down (4:33)
7. All Along the Watchtower (4:00)
8. Little Miss Strange (2:51)
9. Long Hot Summer Night (3:27)
10. Come On (Let the Good Times Roll) (4:10)
11. Gypsy Eyes (3:43)
12. Burning of the Midnight Lamp (3:40)
13. Rainy Day, Dream Away (3:42)
14. 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn to Be) (4:49)
15. Moon, Turn the Tides....Gently Gently Away (9:54)

Janis Joplin - I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (1969)

I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! is a 1969 studio album by Janis Joplin. It was the first solo studio album Joplin recorded after leaving Big Brother and the Holding Company. The LP was released on September 11, 1969 and reached gold record status within two months of its release. The CD reissue of the album additionally includes the outtake cover of Bob Dylan's "Dear Landlord" and versions of "Summertime" and "Piece of My Heart" recorded live at Woodstock as bonus tracks. - Wikipedia
Janis Joplin - Lead Vocals, Guitar 
Sam Andrew - Guitar, Vocals 
Michael Monarch - Guitar
Mike Bloomfield - Guitar 
Brad Campbell - Bass
Richard Kermode - Electronic Organ, Keyboards 
Gabriel Mekler - Electronic Organ, Keyboards 
Goldy McJohn - Electronic Organ, Keyboard 
Maury Baker - Drums 
Lonnie Castille - Drums 
Jerry Edmonton - Drums
Terry Clements - Tenor Saxophone 
Cornelius Flowers - Baritone Saxophone 
Luis Gasca - Trumpet

1. Try (Just a Little Bit Harder) (3:57)
2. Maybe (3:41)
3. One Good Man (4:12)
4. As Good As You've Been to This World (5:27)
5. To Love Somebody (5:14)
6. Kozmic Blues (4:24)
7. Little Girl Blue (3:51)
8. Work Me, Lord (6:45)

The Doors - Morrison Hotel (1970)

Morrison Hotel (sometimes referred to as Hard Rock Cafe from the title of the first side of the LP, whose second side is titled Morrison Hotel) is The Doors' fifth album. It was released in 1970. After their experimental work The Soft Parade was not as well received as anticipated, the group went back to basics and back to their roots. On this album, there is a slight steer toward blues, which would be fully explored by the band on their next album, L.A. Woman. The strategy worked; even though no major hit singles were drawn from the album, Morrison Hotel reestablished The Doors as favorites of the critics, peaking at #4 on the US album chart, and when they followed with L.A. Woman the next year, they were rewarded with two more US Top 20 hits. - Wikipedia

Jim Morrison – Lead Vocals 
Ray Manzarek – Vox Continental Organ, Piano, Hammond C-3 Organ
Robby Krieger – Guitar 
John Densmore – Drums

1. Roadhouse Blues (4:03)
2. Waiting for the Sun (3:58)
3. You Make Me Real (2:53)
4. Peace Frog (2:51)
5. Blue Sunday (2:13)
6. Ship of Fools (3:08)
7. Land Ho! (4:10)
8. The Spy (4:17)
9.Queen of the Highway (2:47)
10. Indian Summer (2:36)
11. Maggie M'Gill (4:23)

The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour (1967)

Magical Mystery Tour by The Beatles is an LP and a double EP by the English rock group and produced by George Martin — both including the six-song soundtrack to the 1967 movie of the same name. The soundtrack was a critical and commercial success, a number-one album in the US and Grammy-nominated — despite the relative critical and commercial failure of the Magical Mystery Tour film. After Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Paul McCartney wanted to create a film based upon The Beatles and their music. The film was to be unscripted: various "ordinary" people were to travel on a coach and have unspecified "magical" adventures. The Magical Mystery Tour movie was made and included six new Beatles songs. The film originally screened on BBC-TV over the 1967 Christmas holidays but was savaged by critics. - Wikipedia

George Harrison – Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Hammond Organ
John Lennon – Guitar, Piano, Electric Piano, Mellotron, Vocals, Harmonica
Paul McCartney – Bass Guitar, Piano, Mellotron, Vocals
Ringo Starr – Drums, Vocals

1. Magical Mystery Tour (2:48)
2. The Fool on the Hill (3:00)
3. Flying (2:16)
4. Blue Jay Way (3:50)
5. Your Mother Should Know (2:33)
6. I Am the Walrus (2:35)
7. Hello, Goodbye (3:24)
8. Strawberry Fields Forever (4:05)
9. Penny Lane (3:00)
10. Baby, You're a Rich Man (3:07)
11. All You Need Is Love (3:57)

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow (1967)

Surrealistic Pillow is the second album by American psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane, released in February 1967.Original drummer Alexander 'Skip' Spence had left the band in mid-1966, replaced by a jazz drummer from Los Angeles, Spencer Dryden. New lead vocalist Grace Slick joined the band in 1966. Both Slick and Dryden debuted with the band on records with this album and its attendant singles, thus completing the best-known line-up of the group, which would remain stable until Dryden's departure in 1970. It is also considered to be one of the quintessential albums of the 1960s counterculture movement. - Wikipedia

Marty Balin – Vocals, Guitar 
Grace Slick – Vocals, Piano, Organ
Paul Kantner – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals 
Jorma Kaukonen – Lead Guitar, Vocals 
Jack Casady – Bass, Fuzz Bass, Rhythm Guitar 
Spencer Dryden – Drums, Percussion

She Has Funny Cars (3:14)
Somebody to Love (3:00)
My Best Friend (3:04)
Today (3:03)
Comin' Back to Me (5:23)
3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds (3:45)
D.C.B.A. -25 (2:39)
How Do You Feel (3:34)
Embryonic Journey (1:55)
White Rabbit (2:32)
Plastic Fantastic Lover (2:39)

13th Floor Elevators - The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators (1966)

The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators is a 1966 album by 13th Floor Elevators. The album's sound, featuring elements of folk, garage, blues and, of course, psychedelia, is notable for its use of the electric jug, as featured on the band's only hit, "You're Gonna Miss Me", which reached #55 on the Billboard Charts with "Tried to Hide" as a B-side. Another single from the album, "Reverberation (Doubt)", reached #129 on the Billboard's Bubbling Under Chart. The November 1966 album title is purported to be the first use of the word "psychedelic" in reference to the music within. However, this is in dispute as two other bands also used the word in titles of LPs released in November 1966: The Blues Magoos' Psychedelic Lollipop, and The Deep's Psychedelic Moods. - Wikipedia

Roky Erikson -Vocals, Rhythm Guitar 
Stacy Sutherland - Lead Guitar 
Tommy Hall -Amplified Jug
Benny Thurman - Bass, Violin 
John Ike Walton - Drums, Percussion
1. You're Gonna Miss Me (2:31)
2. Roller Coaster (5:07)
3. Splash I (Now I'm Home) (3:57)
4. Reverberation (Doubt) (2:51)
5. Don't Fall Down (3:03)
6. Fire Engine (3:23)
7. Thru the Rhythm (3:10)
8. You Don't Know (How Young You Are) (2:59)
9. Kingdom of Heaven (3:11)
10. Monkey Island (2:40)
11. Tried to Hide (2:48)

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Ufomammut - Idolum (2008)

 Idolum is a new chapter in the sonic history of Ufomammut, presenting a sensible evolution in the sound and in the structure of the songs: dark atmospheres, simple and mastodontic song frameworks, a different idea of psichedelia. Idolum is a Latin word meaning 'ghost' and 'idea' at the same time, representing the massive but hidden presence as the main concepts of the album. An evolution in their sound is evident but it seems the band have traded in at least some of their urging and insistent groove for a more direct approach. Stand out tracks include "Ammonia," which features ethereal vocals from guest Rose Kemp, as well as the relatively fast paced "Destroyer." About halfway through album opener "Stigma," the sickodelic bastards known as Ufomammut unleash the madness on their latest full-length platter of Cosmic Doom, Idolum. The murky guitars/bass, plodding drums, electronic soundscapes, creepy synthesizer atmospheres, muffled vocals, and all the rest are still present in spades. Whether one is familiar with the band's killer back catalog or not, Idolum is perhaps somewhere between the angst and anguish of Neurosis (think A Sun That Never Sets) and the mystical majesty of Pink Floyd ("Welcome to the Machine") - Tony Belcher

Poia - Guitar
Urlo - Bass, Vocals
Vita - Drums

1. Stigma (7:12)
2. Stardog (5:41)
3. Hellectric (6:01)
4. Ammonia (7:10)
5. Nero (8:33)
6. Destroyer (4:03)
7. Void (21:42)
8. Elephantom (5:38)

Witchcraft - The Alchemist (2007)

The Alchemist is the third album from the Swedish doom metal band Witchcraft. The album was released in 2007 by Rise Above Records. The Japanese version (released on Leaf Hound Records) contains the bonus track "Sweet Honey Pie" by Roky Erickson, which originally appeared on Scandinavian Friends: A Tribute to Roky Erickson. - Wikipedia

Magnus Pelander - Vocals, Electric Guitar 
John Hoyles - Electric and Acoustic Guitar 
Ola Henriksson - Bass 
Fredrik Jansson - Drums, Percussion

1. Walk Between the Lines (3:24)
2. If Crimson Was Your Colour (3:47)
3. Leva (4:33)
4. Hey Doctor (5:12)
5. Samaritan Burden (6:27)
6. Remembered (5:14)
7. The Alchemist (14:38)

Billy Sherwood - Return to the Dark Side of the Moon (2006)

Return to the Dark Side of the Moon is a tribute album organised by Billy Sherwood, and released in 2006 on Purple Pyramid. It is a re-creation of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, and a sequel to Sherwood's Back Against the Wall, itself a re-creation of Pink Floyd's The Wall. Return to the Dark Side of the Moon, in addition includes an original piece composed by Sherwood (and recorded with Tony Kaye and Robbie Krieger) in the style of the original album. The album features guests mostly from the world of progressive rock, including former Yes members Bill Bruford, Peter Banks, Geoff Downes, Kaye and Sherwood himself. - Wikipedia
Peter Banks - Guitar (Yes) 
Jeff Baxter - Guitar, Pedal Steel (The Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan) 
Adrian Belew - Vocals (King Crimson) 
Bill Bruford - Drums (Yes, UK, King Crimson) 
Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums (Frank Zappa) 
Geoff Downes - Keyboards (Yes, Asia) 
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums (Frank Zappa, Lou Reed, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, David Bowie, Whitesnake, Sammy Hagar, UFO, Journey) 
Larry Fast - Keyboards (Peter Gabriel) 
Robben Ford: Guitar 
Tony Franklin - Bass (The Firm, David Gilmour, Kate Bush, Whitesnake, Blue Murder, Roy Harper) 
John Giblin - Bass (Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds, David Sylvian, Kate Bush) 
Gary Green - Guitar (Gentle Giant) 
Jimmy Haslip - Bass 
Steve Howe - Guitar (Yes, Asia) 
Tony Kaye - Keyboards (Yes) 
Bob Kulick - Guitar (Kiss, Lou Reed) 
Robby Krieger - Guitar (The Doors) 
Tony Levin - Bass (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel) 
Steve Lukather - Keyboards (Toto) 
Malcolm McDowell - Vocals (Actor) 
Pat Mastelloto - Drums (King Crimson) 
Colin Moulding - Vocals, bass (XTC) 
Scott Page - Sax (Toto, Supertramp, Pink Floyd) 
Del Palmer - Bass (Kate Bush) 
Steve Porcaro - Keyboards (Toto) 
David Sancious - Keyboards (E Street Band, Sting, Peter Gabriel 
Jay Schellen - (Asia) 
Tommy Shaw - Vocals (Styx) 
Billy Sherwood - Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar (Yes) 
Michael Sherwood - Vocals 
Rick Wakeman - Keyboards (Yes) 
John Wetton - Bass, Vocals (Family, King Crimson, Roxy Music, Uriah Heep, UK, Wishbone Ash, Asia) 
Alan White - Drums (Yes) 
CC White - Vocals 
Edgar Winter - Sax 
Dweezil Zappa - Guitar

1. Speak to Me / Breathe (featuring Malcolm McDowell, Adrian Belew, Jeff Baxter, Tony Kaye, Alan White, John Giblin) (5:44)
2. On the Run (featuring Larry Fast, Alan White) (3:17)
3. Time (featuring Gary Green, Billy Sherwood, Micheal Sherwood, Robbie Krieger, David Sancious, Alan White, Jay Schellen, Colin Moulding, CC White) (6:58)
4. The Great Gig in the Sky (featuring Rick Wakeman, CC White, Steve Howe, Jay Schellen, Billy Sherwood) (4:40) 
5. Money (featuring Tommy Shaw, Edgar Winter, Gary Green, Billy Sherwood, Bill Bruford, Tony Levin) (6:24)
6. Us and Them (featuring John Wetton, Scott Page, Dweezil Zappa, Tony Kaye, Pat Mastelloto, Jimmy Haslip, Bob Kulick, Michael Sherwood) (7:34) 
7. Any Colour You Like (featuring Robben Ford, Steve Porcaro, Billy Sherwood, Aynsley Dunbar, Tony Franklin) (4:13)
8. Brain Damage (featuring Colin Moulding, Robbie Krieger, Geoff Downes, Vinnie Colaiuta, Del Palmer, Michael Sherwood, Billy Sherwood) (3:51)
9. Eclipse (featuring Billy Sherwood, Peter Banks, Tony Kaye, Vinnie Colaiuta, John Wetton, CC White) (2:07)
10. Where We Belong (featuring Billy Sherwood, Robbie Krieger, Tony Kaye) (3:56)

Friday, March 4, 2011

Thee Silver Mt. Zion - Horses in the Sky (2005)

Horses in the Sky (2005) is the fourth album by the Canadian post-rock band Silver Mt. Zion, this time under the alias Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band. This is the first Silver Mt. Zion release to feature lyrics (an aspect of the band distinguishing it from parent group Godspeed You! Black Emperor) on every track. On its record label page, the band describes the album as "6 busted 'waltzes' for world wars 4 thru 6", noting that "first song's about war and drug addiction, fourth song's about kanada, and the rest of it is all love songs". Track 5, the song "Hang on to Each Other" was recorded "next to a campfire by the river", "at Garfield's fire pit". - Wikipedia
Thierry Amar – Contrabass, Glasses, Harmonica, Voice
Becky Foon – Cello, Voice
Ian Ilavsky – Guitar, Harmonium, Voice
Scott Levine Gilmore – Drums, Percussion, Guitar, Mandolin, Voice
Efrim Menuck – Guitar, Piano, Voice
Jessica Moss – Violin, Piano, Glasses
Sophie Trudeau – Violin, Trumpet, Glasses, Voice

1. God Bless Our Dead Marines (11:44)
2. Mountains Made of Steam (9:28)
3. Horses in the Sky (6:39)
4. Teddy Roosevelt's Guns (9:45)
5. Hang on to Each Other (6:38)
6. Ring Them Bells (Freedom Has Come and Gone) (13:58)

Timothy Leary & Ash Ra Tempel - Seven Up (1973)

This album features none other than Timothy Leary, the famous LSD guru! He was in exile in Switzerland, and in fact, ASH RA TEMPEL had to record this album in Switzerland because Leary would have been arrested if he ended up in Germany. Anyway, this album really was done under the influence of LSD. Leary would spike the cans of 7-Up that the band members would drink with LSD, and then let them play. The first half of the album featured a bunch of blues songs, but never let that deceive you! After only a couple minutes, all hell breaks loose with the most relentless electronic effects that jut won't let up! Every time you think the band is starting to rock out or play the blues, it goes right back to LSD land just that fast! The second half of the album is more conventional ASH RA TEMPEL, keeping with the early '70s Krautrock sound (reminding me of early TANGERINE DREAM). Grossly underrated stuff, as far as I'm concerned." - ProgHead

Timothy Leary - Voice
Manuel Göttsching - Guitar, Electronics
Hartmut Enke - Bass, Guitar, Electronics
Michael Duwe - Voice, Flute
Steve Schroeder - Organ, Electronics
Dietmar Burmeister - Drums
Klaus D. Mueller - Tambourine
Brian Barritt, Liz Elliot, Bettina Hohls - Voices

1. Space (15:55)
2. Time (21:37)

Supertramp - Breakast in America (1979)

Breakfast in America is the sixth album by the band Supertramp, released in 1979. It was recorded the previous year at the Village Recorder in Los Angeles. Tensions between band members Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies started to come to the fore on this album. When Hodgson was interviewed for an episode of In the Studio with Redbeard devoted to the making of the album, he remarked "Rick (Davies) didn't like the song "Breakfast in America" and didn't want it on the album. He also didn't want the album to be titled Breakfast in America either and I guess I won out on both accounts". Davies originally opted for either Working Title or Hello Stranger as Breakfast in America's album title." - Wikipedia

Rick Davies - Keyboard, Vocals
John Helliwell - Saxophone, Vocals
Roger Hodgson - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Bob Siebenberg - Drums
Dougie Thomson - Bass
Slyde Hyde - Trombone, Tuba

1. Gone Hollywood (5:20)
2. The Logical Song (4:10)
3. Goodbye Stranger (5:50)
4. Breakfast in America (2:38)
5. Oh Darling (3:58)
6. Take the Long Way Home (5:08)
7. Lord Is It Mine (4:09)
8. Just Another Nervous Wreck (4:26)
9. Casual Conversations (2:58) 
10. Child of Vision (7:25)

The White Stripes - Elephant (2003)

Elephant is the fourth album by the American garage rock band The White Stripes. Despite this change, Heather Phares of Allmusic believed the album "sounds even more pissed-off, paranoid, and stunning than its predecessor...Darker and more difficult than White Blood Cells. The album, in line with the uniqueness of the band, is a loose concept album, dealing with the "death of the sweetheart" in American culture. Like other White Stripes records, the cover art and liner notes are exclusively in red, white, and black, and has a song with "little" in the title. - Wikipedia

Jack White – Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Meg White – Drums, Vocals

1. Seven Nation Army (3:52)
2. Black Math (3:04)
3. There's No Home for You Here (3:44)
4. I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself (2:46)
5. In the Cold, Cold Night (2:58)
6. I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother's Heart (3:21)
7. You've Got Her in Your Pocket (3:40) 
8. Ball and Biscuit (7:19)
9. The Hardest Button to Button (3:32)
10. Little Acorns (4:09)
11. Hypnotize (1:48)
12. The Air Near My Fingers (3:40)
13. Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine (3:18)
14. It's True That We Love One Another (2:43)
15. Who's to Say (4:36)
16. Good to Me (2:07)

Ihsahn - After (2010)

After is the third studio solo album by former Emperor frontman Ihsahn. This album is the final album in a planned trilogy of albums by Ihsahn. The songs themselves don’t actually fall out of metal and into rock, but there are guitar riffs and keyboard passages that periodically provide an overall feel of '70s prog rock, if that genre had ever included hellish screams. 

Ihsahn – Vocals, Guitar, Keyboard, Piano 
Lars K. Norberg – Fretless Bass 
Jorgen Munkeby – Saxophone 
Asgeir Mickelson – Drums

1. The Barren Lands (5:12)
2. A Grave Inversed (4:25)
3. After (4:47)
4. Frozen Lakes on Mars (5:54)
5. Undercurrent (10:00)
6. Austere (6:16)
7. Heaven's Black Sea (6:15)
8. On the Shores (10:12)

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Circa Survive - Appendage (EP) (2010)

Appendage is Circa Survive's second EP. It was released on November 30, 2010 through Atlantic Records. It contains b-sides from the Blue Sky Noise sessions, as well as a demo of "Sleep Underground". As with Circa Survive's previous three albums and EP, Esao Andrews created the artwork. - Wikipedia

Anthony Green - Vocals
Colin Frangicetto - Guitar
Brendon Ekstrom - Guitar
Nick Beard - Bass Guitar
Steve Clifford - Drums

1. Sleep Underground (Demo) (2:26)
2. Stare Like You'll Stay (4:38) 
3. Everyway (4:17)
4. Backmask (5:31)
5. Lazarus (4:50)