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Martyr

Morning Again

Type:
EP
Release date:
May 27th, 1997
Catalog ID:
GL010
Label:
Good Life Recordings
Format:
CD
Limitation:
1000 copies
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1. Not by Birth 05:04  
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2. Slave 04:16  
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3. Broken Promises 02:49  
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4. Puppet and Soldier 03:10  
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5. No Path to Follow 03:42  
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6. Cradle of Empty Promise 03:22  
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7. Martyr 02:34  
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Band members
John Wylie Guitars, Songwriting, Lyrics
Jerry Villarroel Bass
Kevin Byers Vocals (lead)
Louie Long Drums
Ryan Stafford Guitars
Mike Wolz Guitars
Peter Bartsocas Bass
Guest/Session
Jordan Leitner Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
John Wylie Liner notes
Edward Verhaeghe Layout
Jeremy Staska Producer, Engineer
John Wylie Guitars, Songwriting, Lyrics
Jerry Villarroel Bass
Kevin Byers Vocals (lead)
Louie Long Drums
Ryan Stafford Guitars
Mike Wolz Guitars
Peter Bartsocas Bass
Jordan Leitner Vocals (backing)
John Wylie Liner notes
Edward Verhaeghe Layout
Jeremy Staska Producer, Engineer
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Tracks 1 to 5 feature Kevin Byers (vocals), John Wylie (guitar), Ryan Stafford (guitar) Louie Long (drums) and Jerry Villarroel (bass). Ryan is uncredited in the booklet because he departed after the recording session; Joe Simmons is listed as a band member and is credited for the recording. Ironically, Ryan's picture still appears in the booklet but Joe's name is written; Ryan is caucasian but Joe is black.

Tracks 6 and 7 feature Kevin Byers (vocals), John Wylie (guitar), Mike Wolz (guitar), Louie Long (drums) and Peter Bartsocas (bass). Mike and Peter are uncredited for their recording or performance; instead, Joe and Jerry are listed as a band members.

Tracks 6 and 7 were originally meant to be listed as bonus tracks, as agreed with Moo Cow Records (they were originally released on Morning Again's split with Shoulder), but for some reason they simply appear to be part of the release here.

First pressing: 1000 CDs.
The album was also released on vinyl. There are two pressings; of the first pressing, all but 25 copies were destroyed due to a pressing plant mistake.

Recording information:

Recorded in February 1997 at Studio 13.

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