Stretch Arm Strong - A Revolution Transmission mp3 album
Stretch Arm Strong combines all the goodness of punk/hardcore and influence heavily with a catchy pop-punk rhythm, overlaying punk inspired yells to incredibly catchy yet heavy riffs. The beat it set at a very fast pace, with D-beat inspired drumming and not accidently this music was made for in-your-face concert goers. Their songs are also testament to that fact.
Band Name Stretch Arm Strong. Album Name A Revolution Transmission. Labels Unknown label. Members owning this album4. 1. Means To An End. 2. Worst Case Scenario. 3. The Truth About Iowa.
Altri album di Stretch Arm Strong. Too Legit for the Pit. Engage. A Revolution Transmission. Compassion Fills the Void. only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies
A Revolution Transmission. 0. Means To An End - A Revolution Transmission Album Version.
A Revolution Transmission. Not solely a hardcore band, not really a punk band, Stretch Arm Strong delivered a true message of unity and peace through a intertwined sound that is still being replicated by bands today. This record is a clean, well produced album, with lots to enjoy, with a great attention to cleaner vocals and smoother transitions between instruments. Stretch Arm Strong's second effort on Solid State showcases more of the hardcore punk positivism that this band has become known for in the music scene. Straightforward music combines with encouraging lyrics about hardcore scene togetherness and the frustrations of friendships. In comparison to past works, Stretch Arm Strong hasn't made much progress. The vocals are pretty plush, exhibiting a wider range of screaming, singing, and more spirit, overall. The music seems less new-school styled and contains more punk influence, with fast, straight-ahead beats and circle-pit mayhem.
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|A1||Means To An End|
|A2||Worst Case Scenario|
|A3||The Truth About Iowa|
|A4||For The Record|
|A5||Take Back Control
Backing Vocals – Patti Davis
|A6||When Words Escape|
|B1||Kill The Light
Backing Vocals – Mike Ski
|B2||Still Believe, Part II|
|B4||Positive Aspects Of Negativity|
|B7||Rock n' Roll All Nite|
- Bass – Jeremy Jeffers
- Drums, Percussion – John Barry
- Engineer – Jay Matheson, Ryan Greene, Steve Slavich
- Guitar – Scott Dempsey
- Guitar, Vocals, Piano – David Sease
- Mastered By – Brian Gardner
- Producer – Stretch Arm Strong
- Vocals – Chris McLane
NotesRecorded at The Jam Room Columbia, SC. February 8th - March 8th 2001.
100x green/black splattered vinyl.
100x orange/black splattered vinyl. (this)
800x black vinyl.
Track B7 is a KISS cover and not mentioned on the sleeve or the record itself.
|TND 1203||Stretch Arm Strong||A Revolution Transmission (CD)||Solid State||TND 1203||US||2001|
|RFL024||Stretch Arm Strong||A Revolution Transmission (LP, Gre)||Reflections Records||RFL024||US||2001|
|HWCY-1089||Stretch Arm Strong||A Revolution Transmission (CD, Album)||Solid State||HWCY-1089||Japan||2002|
|AE 36495-A||Stretch Arm Strong||A Revolution Transmission (LP, Album)||Solid State Records||AE 36495-A||US||2001|
|RFL024||Stretch Arm Strong||A Revolution Transmission (LP)||Reflections Records||RFL024||US||2001|