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The Telestic Disfracture

5ive

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 21st, 2001
Label:
Tortuga Recordings
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Band members
Ben Carr Guitar, bass on track 4 - 6
Charles Harrold Drums
Guest/Session
Mike Hubbard Guitars on track 4 - 6, bass on track 6
Jonah Jenkins Vocals on track 1 - 2
Andrew Schneider Noises
Miscellaneous staff
Andrew Schneider Engineering
Nick Zampiello Mastering
Aaron Turner Artwork
Ben Carr Guitar, bass on track 4 - 6
Charles Harrold Drums
Mike Hubbard Guitars on track 4 - 6, bass on track 6
Jonah Jenkins Vocals on track 1 - 2
Andrew Schneider Noises
Andrew Schneider Engineering
Nick Zampiello Mastering
Aaron Turner Artwork
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Ben Carr - Guitar [Subsonic Mechanics], Bass [In One Take] (4-6)
Charles Harrold - Drums [Gears]

Jonah Jay Jenkins - Guest Vocals (1, 2), Lyrics
Mike Hubbard - Guitars (4-6), Bass (6) [WarHorse]

Recorded and mixed at New Alliance Studios, Botson, MA., March of 2001

Andrew Schneider - Engineer, Noise Tracks & Cable Management
Ben Carr - Noise Tracks & Cable Management
Nick Zampiello - Mastering [Cracktorch]
Aaron Turner - Artwork, Design [Greymachine, The Hollomen, Isis, Jodis, Lotus Eaters, Mamiffer, Old Man Gloom, Twilight]

Released under the name "5ive" on CD (Cat. # TR-016)
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