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Die Wontcha

Falcon

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 6th, 2008
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Liquid Flames Records
Format:
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2. No Future 05:30  
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3. Elfland's Daughter 06:15  
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4. Corporate Whore 05:55  
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5. The Wreck of the John Deere 05:02   instrumental
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6. Leader (Buffalo cover) 04:46  
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7. Careless 05:13  
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8. Falcon 06:19  
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9. Everything There Is to Know 06:19  
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10. Show You All (Cirith Ungol cover) 03:30  
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Band members
Perry Grayson Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards (5)
Darin McCloskey Drums
Greg Lindstrom Bass, Keyboards, Guitars (lead on 1, 4, 8, 10), E-Bow (6)
Miscellaneous staff
Virgil Finlay Cover art
Tanya Grayson Photography
Tom Malone Photography
Tony Oviedo Photography
Jerry Newhard Graphic Manipulation
Perry Grayson Graphic Manipulation, Mixing, Executive producer
Chris Kozlowski Engineering, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Cameron Davidson Photography
Perry Grayson Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards (5)
Darin McCloskey Drums
Greg Lindstrom Bass, Keyboards, Guitars (lead on 1, 4, 8, 10), E-Bow (6)
Virgil Finlay Cover art
Tanya Grayson Photography
Tom Malone Photography
Tony Oviedo Photography
Jerry Newhard Graphic Manipulation
Perry Grayson Graphic Manipulation, Mixing, Executive producer
Chris Kozlowski Engineering, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Cameron Davidson Photography
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The title Die Wontcha is a play on the West, Bruce, & Laing album Why Dontcha from 1973.

All songs written by Perry Grayson, except 1, 9, 10 (Greg Lindstrom), 5 (Perry Grayson, Greg Lindstrom), 6 (Dave Tice, John Baxter, Peter Wells).

"Show You All" was originally recorded for Cirith Ungol's The Orange Album demo, 1978.
"Leader" was originally performed by Buffalo on Dead Forever..., 1972.

Cover art taken from Famous Fantastic Mysteries magazine, December 1946.

Recording information:

Basic tracks recorded live. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Polar Bear Lair Studios, Middletown, Maryland, October 21/26, 2006.

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