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Hatrix - Collisioncoursewithnoplace

Hatrix discography (demos)
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Collisioncoursewithnoplace

Hatrix

Type:
Demo
Release date:
1993
Catalog ID:
N/A
Version desc.:
Limited edition
Label:
Hate Circle Records
Format:
Cassette
Limitation:
200 copies
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Side A
1. It's Not Hard to Hate 04:25   Show lyrics
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2. Bad Religion 05:44   Show lyrics
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3. No One 05:34   Show lyrics
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Side B
4. Status 05:20   Show lyrics
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5. Sick of Myself 03:30   Show lyrics
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6. Joyride 03:46   instrumental
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  28:19  
Band members
Kevin Skelly Bass, Keyboards
Steve Felton Drums
Dave Felton Guitars
Jeff Hatrix Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Bill Korecky Engineering
Kevin Skelly Bass, Keyboards
Steve Felton Drums
Dave Felton Guitars
Jeff Hatrix Vocals
Bill Korecky Engineering
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Released on cassette in 1993. This material was later combined with other tracks and be entirely re-recorded, to become the Collisioncoursewithnoplace album released by Massacre Records.

An Advance/Promo version was released with a black and white cover, with the artwork cropped differently, and with a 2-panel fold out inlay that included a band photo and additional art. The cover art would be recropped (bringing the logo lower), the band name enlarged and centered, and planned 2-panel inlay scrapped, for the full color final press. Also the final press is on thinner stock that isn't glossy the way the promo version's cover is. The band photo on the promo was never used in any other Hatrix release or press kit.

The demo version of "Sick of Myself" appeared on the compilation "Dark Empire Strikes Back" in late 1993. This track contains some alterred lyrics (as does "Bad Religion") compared to the later and more common album versions.

Recording information:

Recorded at Suma & Mars Studios in 1993.

Added by: BloodOfChrist Modified by: Wilkun
Added on: 2004-07-19 09:41:52 Last modified on: 2020-02-22 17:02:10