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Maktub

Zippo

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 2011
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Subsound Records
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Band members
Stonino Bass
Franz Guitars
Dave Vocals
Sergente Guitars
Ferico Drums
Guest/Session
Luca T. Mai Saxophone (baritone) (3, 6)
Ben Ward Vocals (4)
Miscellaneous staff
A. Di Giambattista Recording (Ben Ward's Vocals)
Alessandro Sergente Artwork (Additional Drawings)
Stonino Artwork, Design
Victor Love Recording, Mixing
James Plotkin Mastering
F. Di Florio Recording (Ben Ward's Vocals)
Stonino Bass
Franz Guitars
Dave Vocals
Sergente Guitars
Ferico Drums
Luca T. Mai Saxophone (baritone) (3, 6)
Ben Ward Vocals (4)
A. Di Giambattista Recording (Ben Ward's Vocals)
Alessandro Sergente Artwork (Additional Drawings)
Stonino Artwork, Design
Victor Love Recording, Mixing
James Plotkin Mastering
F. Di Florio Recording (Ben Ward's Vocals)
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All lyrics written by Davide Straccione, music by Zippo.

Recorded, engineered and mixed at Subsound Studio, Ciampino, Rome, Italy, December 2010 / January 2011.
Ben Ward's vocals recorded at Twelve Studio, Tocco Da Casauria, Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy.
Mastered in New York, New York, USA, February 2011.

Released as CD (cat. # SSR019), housed in a triple gatefold sleeve.
Re-released in May 15, 2012 as 12" vinyl (cat. # SSR022), limited to 300 hand-numbered copies on transparent electric blue 180gr vinyl.

"Maktub" is an arabic word for "so it's written". The album inspired by Paolo Coelho's "Maktub", 1994.

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Added on: 2011-02-26 13:11:20 Last modified on: 2013-07-12 13:06:47
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