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Metridium Fields

Giant Squid

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 22nd, 2006
Catalog ID:
TE076
Version desc.:
Digipak
Label:
The End Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 84%)
1. Megaptera in the Delta 00:50  
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2. Neonate 06:39   Show lyrics
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3. Versus the Siren 09:23   Show lyrics
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4. Ampullae of Lorenzini 09:16   Show lyrics
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5. Summit 06:39   Show lyrics
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6. Eating Machine 00:55   instrumental
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7. Revolution in the Water 05:33   Show lyrics
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8. Metridium Field 21:09   Show lyrics
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Band members
Aaron Gregory Vocals, Banjo guitar, Guitars (acoustic)
Michael Conroy Drums
Magnus Bryan Beeson Bass
Aurielle Gregory Zeitler Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Guest/Session
Tim Conroy Trumpet (tracks 3, 8)
Miscellaneous staff
Billy Anderson Engineering
Jason Rufuss Sewell Producer, Mixing
Eric Broyhill Mastering
Aaron Gregory Vocals, Banjo guitar, Guitars (acoustic)
Michael Conroy Drums
Magnus Bryan Beeson Bass
Aurielle Gregory Zeitler Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Tim Conroy Trumpet (tracks 3, 8)
Billy Anderson Engineering
Jason Rufuss Sewell Producer, Mixing
Eric Broyhill Mastering
Read Cephalopods Make The Best... 82% OzzyApu December 4th, 2009
Read Approaching The Summit. 85% Perplexed_Sjel September 28th, 2009
Read Great album with tons of... 89% metaljerks February 21st, 2009
Read An Underwater Journey 79% jkis December 13th, 2006

Metridium Fields was originally released on Tyrannosaurus Records in 2004 as Metridium Field (singular). The 2006 version on The End was re-recorded by a slightly altered Giant Squid lineup and a different producer.

The band first referred to the 2006 version in plural and wanted to release it as such. However, the spine of this version omits the "s" due to a typo. The disc itself retains the plural. According to the band, the plural title remains the official one and they have come to collectively refer to both the 2004 and 2006 releases as Metridium Fields.

Also distributed by The End Records as a promo-CD together with orders.

Track 6, "Eating Machine," is a highly distorted sample from the movie Jaws.

Added by: Sokaris Modified by: Azmodes
Added on: 2006-12-12 17:28:08 Last modified on: 2015-03-06 09:37:54