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Copy Burn Distribute Repeat

Dissonant

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 5th, 2008
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Digital
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1. Charles Bronson Was Great in Deathwish 5 04:18   Show lyrics
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2. A God Who Was Not There 04:22   Show lyrics
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3. If It Bleeds It Leads 04:30   Show lyrics
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4. Sepulchral Terrors 02:50   Show lyrics
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5. Loathing 05:25   Show lyrics
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6. Old Skool 04:26   Show lyrics
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7. Power 03:19   Show lyrics
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8. Six Feet of Solace 05:59   Show lyrics
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9. Marlboro Man 04:00   Show lyrics
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10. The Solution Is Clear 02:36  
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11. To Recruit and Convert 05:06   Show lyrics
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Band members
Dan Cox Bass
Josh Moore Drums
Ryan O'Neil Guitars
Ben Allen Guitars, Keyboards, Samples
Jake Farran Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Ben Allen Producer
Cole Martinez Recording
Troy Otte Engineering (additional)
Joel Otte Engineering (additional)
Dan Cox Bass
Josh Moore Drums
Ryan O'Neil Guitars
Ben Allen Guitars, Keyboards, Samples
Jake Farran Vocals
Ben Allen Producer
Cole Martinez Recording
Troy Otte Engineering (additional)
Joel Otte Engineering (additional)
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Offered as a free download.

Produced by Ben Allen.
Recorded by Cole Martinez at Ante-Up Audio, Cleveland, Ohio.
Additional engineering by Troy Otte and Joel Otte at Studiotte, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

- The sililoquies in the song "Charles Bronson was Great in Deathwish 5" are from the character Russell Casse in the movie Independence Day (1996).
- The ending quote of the song "Six Feet of Solace" is from the movie Idiocracy (2006).
- The devil quote from "To Recruit and Convert" is from The Usual Suspects (1995). It is an English translation from a poem by French author Charles Baudelaire.

Added by: PainMiseryDeath Modified by: KingSpooky
Added on: 2008-04-20 15:42:56 Last modified on: 2023-12-13 21:00:58