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Falcon

Falcon

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 24th, 2004
Catalog ID:
LF002
Label:
Liquid Flames Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 85%)
1. Downer 04:25   Show lyrics
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2. Castle Peak 07:02   Show lyrics
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3. On the Slab 05:07   Show lyrics
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4. The Crying of Lot 246 03:46   Show lyrics
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5. Throwback 04:35   Show lyrics
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6. Redman (Bang cover) 04:47   Show lyrics
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7. High Speed Love (Cirith Ungol cover) 03:33   Show lyrics
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8. Route 666 (Cirith Ungol cover) 03:34   Show lyrics
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9. Shelob's Lair 04:53   Show lyrics
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10. Half Past Human 06:47   Show lyrics
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Band members
Greg Lindstrom Bass, Keyboards, Guitars (additional lead) (tracks 7, 9, 10)
Darin McCloskey Drums
Perry Grayson Guitars, Vocals
Guest/Session
Bobby Liebling Vocals (track 3)
Miscellaneous staff
Chris Kozlowski Engineering, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Greg Lindstrom Bass, Keyboards, Guitars (additional lead) (tracks 7, 9, 10)
Darin McCloskey Drums
Perry Grayson Guitars, Vocals
Bobby Liebling Vocals (track 3)
Chris Kozlowski Engineering, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Read More Than a Retro-Trip to... 85% Lord_Elden August 2nd, 2007

Tracks 1-5 written by Perry Grayson, track 6 written by Tony D'Iorio, Frankie Gilcken, Frank Ferrara, tracks 7-10 written by Greg Lindstrom (unreleased Cirith Ungol songs that Greg wrote in the 70's).

"Redman" originally performed by Bang on S/t album, 1982
"High Speed Love" & "Route 666" originally performed by Cirith Ungol on The Orange Album demo from 1978.

Basic tracks recorded live. Recorded, mixed & mastered at Polar Bear Lair Studios, Middletown, Maryland, November 2003 / February 2004.

"This album is dedicated to our fallen comrade Jerry Fogle. Rest in Peace, Brother!"

Second pressing comes on Pro-CD-R, year unknown. Vinyl version planned by Doomed Planet Records, but not released.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 824347001007

Added by: FilthHound Modified by: cweed
Added on: 2005-02-23 05:56:15 Last modified on: 2015-05-05 10:12:23