Phallucy - Valium mp3 album
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Label: Blackliner Records – none. Recorded at Enharmonik in 1993 Remixed and mastered at Pus Cavern in 2001.
Phallucy was a band from Sacramento formed in 1987. The band's name is a combination of the words "fallacy" and "phallus". On September 11, 2001, the band's first album, Valium, conceived eight years earlier, was finished and received a limited release. When asked why now was the right time to release the album, Cunningham replied: "Primarily just because it never even saw the light of day.
In 1993 Phallucy were one of the most promising upcoming bands in the local Sacramento scene, on the verge of releasing their debut album. Yet after all their hard work it never saw a release with the band breaking up prematurely. The drummer Abe Cunningham left to join a fledgling band by the name of Deftones and went on to enjoy platinum success, Sonny started Heckler magazine on the west coast, David started the band Daycare.
An alternative rock album w/ vocals that can be paralleled to the lead of Radiohead and a hybrid of stoner & post-rock instrumentations. A pretty decent album when you're in the mood for something soothing yet turbulent. Give Your Opinion on Valium. Staff & Contributors // Site Forum // Contact us.
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- Artwork By [Art, Design] – Keith Shore
- Artwork By [Concept, Layout] – David Garcia, Keith Shore, Sonny Mayugba
- Bass – Dominic Garcia
- Cello – Liz Davis
- Composed By – David Garcia , Josh Coker (tracks: 1, 2 to 4, 8 to 10), Sonny Mayugba (tracks: 8,10)
- Drums – Abe Cunningham
- Guitar – Josh Coker, Sonny Mayugba
- Lyrics By – David Garcia , Josh Coker (tracks: 11)
- Photography – Chris Carnel, Penny Crane, Rick Pitt
- Producer – Eric Broyhill, Phallucy
- Vocals – David Garcia
NotesThis is the limited edition first run of valium, hand numbered and signed by the band, availably direct for two weeks only (this was extended slightly due to events affecting communications).
Recorded at Enharmonik in 1993
Remixed and mastered at Pus Cavern in 2001