Our second album, now available for free download, almost 10 years later. This album has been completely remastered*, re-uploaded, pre-approved, and has been given entirely new artwork. The artwork features the title of the album perfectly aligned below the band name (in our signature Garamond font), all layered over the beginning of a painting called "Gerbil Mountain" (altered in Apple's Preview) that Dan and I made less than 2 years ago when we first moved to Nashville, TN.
This album was recorded in Zach Iannazzi's basement in 2004 by Ryan Stack in West Newbury, MA. It took a few weeks, I think, but Ryan did it for free, so kudos to him. I remember his dad liking the solo in "Highways," so keep your ears open for that. I don't have much else to say about this album right now. I'm looking forward to uploading and describing Creative Survival, because the way we spray painted the CDs ruined some CD players. Now, that's something to talk about! OK, see you over there.
* By "remastered," I mean, "I converted the files from AAC to WAV in iTunes."
released May 1, 2004
Dan: Bass, Vocals
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