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Punishments

Malhavoc

Type:
EP
Release date:
1991
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Epidemic
Format:
Unknown
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1. Punishments 05:10   Show lyrics
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2. Woodwitch 04:33   Show lyrics
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3. The Mirror 04:07  
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4. Distaste 03:21   Show lyrics
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5. Re-release 05:01   Show lyrics
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6. Punishments (M.E.A.T. Mix) 05:38  
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7. Woodwitch (Dirt Mix) 04:33  
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Band members
James Cavalluzzo Vocals, Programming
Steve Jelliman Bass, Programming
Rob Wright Guitars
Dave Kiner Guitars
Matt DiMatteo Engineering, assistant programmer (track #6)
Miscellaneous staff
Tamiryl Auvahn Engineering
Draz Cover Art
James Cavalluzzo Producer
Shawn Scallen Photography
Rob Ben Photography
James Cavalluzzo Vocals, Programming
Steve Jelliman Bass, Programming
Rob Wright Guitars
Dave Kiner Guitars
Matt DiMatteo Engineering, assistant programmer (track #6)
Tamiryl Auvahn Engineering
Draz Cover Art
James Cavalluzzo Producer
Shawn Scallen Photography
Rob Ben Photography
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Recorded and mixed at the Pete Hudson Studio somewhere in 1991, except track #6, recorded on 1990/10/31 at Reaction Studios, Toronto.

Tracks 1-4 were leftover from "The Release" (1990).

The words listed for track 5, "Re-release" in the album sleeve are not the actual lyrics, but rather the transcription of a poem read by a character during an episode of the David Lynch TV series, "Twin Peaks":

It was Laura and I saw her glowing in the dark woods.
I saw her smiling
We were crying and I saw her laughing.
In our sadness, I saw her dancing.
It was Laura living in my dreams.
It was Laura the glow of life.
Her smile was to say it’s alright to cry.
The woods was our sadness.
The dance was her calling.
It was Laura and she came to kiss me goodbye.

It is the same version as the one recorded on a demo before "The Release" (1990). The version on "The Release" is faster,

Track #3, "The MIRROR", contains the following written statement:
"This song is not an accusation,
this is a statement.
The mirror never lies."

Tracks #1 and #2 based on on a Ray Garton short story (1989) and Stephen Gregory novel (1988), respectively.

Tracks #1 and #6 contain samples fromt the "Blue Velvet" movie (David Lynch, 1986).

Added by: Tom Modified by: kalervon
Added on: 2004-06-16 10:01:18 Last modified on: 2014-04-17 23:08:53
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