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NOLA

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 19th, 1995
Catalog ID:
7559-61830-2
Label:
Elektra Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
18 reviews (avg. 87%)
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10. Stone the Crow 04:43   Show lyrics
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11. Pray for the Locust 01:08   instrumental
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Band members
Phil Anselmo Vocals, Guitars (track 11), Lyrics (tracks 1-13), Songwriting (tracks 1-13)
Jimmy Bower Drums, Lyrics (track 12), Songwriting (track 12)
Kirk Windstein Guitars, Bass, Lyrics (track 4, 8), Songwriting (track 4, 8)
Pepper Keenan Guitars, Songwriting (tracks 1-2, 4, 6-10, 12, 13), Lyrics (tracks 1-2, 4, 6-10, 12, 13)
Guest/Session
Todd Strange Whistle (track 2), Lyrics (track 8), Songwriting (track 8)
Lil' Daddy Water pipe (track 5), Percussion (additional) (track 8)
Sid Montz Percussion (track 8)
Big Ross Keyboards (track 8)
Miscellaneous staff
Clarence John Laughlin Photography (black & white)
Michael Miller Photography (band, color)
Jim de Barros Artwork (photo illustrations), Design
David Manteau Artwork (photo illustrations), Design
Ted Jensen Mastering
David Farrell Mixing
Matt Thomas Engineering, Mixing, Producer
Atom Bomb Photography (back cover)
Phil Anselmo Vocals, Guitars (track 11), Lyrics (tracks 1-13), Songwriting (tracks 1-13)
Jimmy Bower Drums, Lyrics (track 12), Songwriting (track 12)
Kirk Windstein Guitars, Bass, Lyrics (track 4, 8), Songwriting (track 4, 8)
Pepper Keenan Guitars, Songwriting (tracks 1-2, 4, 6-10, 12, 13), Lyrics (tracks 1-2, 4, 6-10, 12, 13)
Todd Strange Whistle (track 2), Lyrics (track 8), Songwriting (track 8)
Lil' Daddy Water pipe (track 5), Percussion (additional) (track 8)
Sid Montz Percussion (track 8)
Big Ross Keyboards (track 8)
Clarence John Laughlin Photography (black & white)
Michael Miller Photography (band, color)
Jim de Barros Artwork (photo illustrations), Design
David Manteau Artwork (photo illustrations), Design
Ted Jensen Mastering
David Farrell Mixing
Matt Thomas Engineering, Mixing, Producer
Atom Bomb Photography (back cover)
Read Their Best Record, You Must... 92% hexen March 29th, 2013
Read Bury me in Nola! 95% invaders March 23rd, 2012
Read A lot of sameness, but... 75% hells_unicorn April 4th, 2010
Read Southern sludge in its... 94% JamesIII January 11th, 2010
Read Hard not to call perfect 100% Souther_Metal_Junky November 1st, 2007
Read Polished sludge 85% CrystalMountain August 1st, 2007
Read See, drugs do have positive... 80% lord_ghengis July 12th, 2007
Read Something of a letdown... 61% DrOctavia May 3rd, 2007
Read Bring Out the Bong, Baby. 93% woeoftyrants January 7th, 2007
Read Addictive to say the least 90% invaded June 28th, 2006
Read Nola 87% PoppaHet March 29th, 2006
Read THE Southern Metal Album! 85% asklater January 29th, 2005
Read Anselmo contributing to an... 97% Sportswear March 11th, 2004
Read Is this praised so much... 88% HealthySonicDiet January 23rd, 2004
Read Great Sludge 87% langstondrive September 15th, 2003
Read get yo groove on 90% ironasinmaiden April 20th, 2003
Read Southern Metal/Hard Rock 76% Madman December 29th, 2002
Read This album is a classic, no... 95% Throat_Slasher December 11th, 2002

The title NOLA comes from the name of the band members' favorite place - New Orleans, Louisiana.

Todd Strange was originally credited as bass player on this album. It has since been confirmed that Kirk recorded the bass parts.

Released by EastWest Records America on MC with different artwork (cat. # 7559-61830-4 (USA) / 96 18304 (Canada)), vinyl / CD (cat. # 61830-1 / 61830-2).
European release: September 15. Manufactured in Germany by EastWest Records GmbH / Elektra on vinyl & CD (cat. # 7559-61830-1 / 7559-61830-2),
Released on CD in Japan by EastWest Japan (cat. # AMCY-889)
Re-released in Eurpe, 2009 as limited edition bootleg vintl (cat. # 0-7559-61830-1).

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at Ultrasonic Studios, New Orleans, LA, August 24, 1994 / January 22, 1995. Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC.

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