Frank Black And The Catholics - Frank Black And The Catholics mp3 album
The album was released in June 1998 in the MP3 format on GoodNoise. com (precursor to eMusic) and was the first album by a major artist to be commercially released on the Internet. The album was then released in the fall of 1998 by SpinART records in the US. During the interim, Lyle Workman left the group and was replaced by Rich Gilbert, and Black prepared the follow-up, Pistolero. Track "Six-Sixty-Six", is a cover of a song by Larry Norman that originally appeared on the 1976 album In Another Land. Frank Black had long admired Norman, naming the first Pixies album, Come On Pilgrim, after a line in a Norman song. The two were introduced by Bono at a U2 concert and developed a relationship. Frank Black and the Catholics. Frank Black – guitar, vocals. Scott Boutier – drums. David McCaffery – bass, vocals.
The album was released in June 1998 in the MP3 format on GoodNoise.
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Dog in the Sand, Frank Black's third album with backing group the Catholics, was released by the Cooking Vinyl record label in 2001, and was produced by Nick Vincent. Though retaining the live-to-two-track method of recording of the previous two albums, this album found the band branching away from purely electric rock to incorporate acoustic guitar, pedal steel, and Rhodes Piano and Wurlitzer organ into the sonic template.
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|1||All My Ghosts||3:31|
|2||Back To Rome||3:25|
|3||Do You Feel Bad About It?||2:07|
|5||I Gotta Move||3:36|
|6||I Need Peace||5:13|
|7||King & Queen Of Siam||2:50|
Written-By – Larry Norman
|10||Steak 'N' Sabre||3:47|
|12||The Man Who Was Too Loud||3:31|
- Pressed By – PMI
- Engineer [Assistant] – Nick Raskulinecz
- Mastered By – Eddy Schreyer
- Producer – Frank Black And The Catholics
- Recorded By – Billy Joe Bowers*
- Written-By – Frank Black (tracks: 1 to 7, 9 to 12)
NotesRecorded Live to two-track at Sound City. March 20-22, 1997.
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- Matrix / Runout: IFPI L281 - MADE BY PMI * CTX092CD * #01
|spart 67||Frank Black And The Catholics||Frank Black And The Catholics (CD, Album)||spinART Records||spart 67||US||1998|
|SUNCD048||Frank Black And The Catholics||Frank Black And The Catholics (CD, Album)||Sonic Unyon||SUNCD048||Canada||1998|
|spart 67||Frank Black And The Catholics||Frank Black And The Catholics (CD, Album, Promo)||spinART Records||spart 67||US||1998|
|QTCY 2108||Frank Black And The Catholics||Frank Black And The Catholics (CD, Album)||Quattro||QTCY 2108||Japan||1998|
|BIAS 370 MC||Frank Black And The Catholics||Frank Black And The Catholics (Cass, Album)||Play It Again Sam Records||BIAS 370 MC||Europe||1998|