Grade / Believe - Split mp3 album
Incision was in fact the precursor to Grade and the story of Believe dying in a plane crash is only a joke. Both bands existed simultaneously. Grade tracks recorded at Mainway Studio in March of 1994. Believe tracks recorded at Mainway Studio in May of 1994. Final issue of CD (6000 copies) in jewelcase with printed inlay.
A split album (or split) is a music album which includes tracks by two or more separate artists. There have been singles and EPs of the same variety, which are often called "split singles" and "split EPs" respectively. Split albums differ from "various artists" compilation albums in that they generally include several tracks of each artist, or few artists with one or two tracks each, instead of multiple artists with only one or two tracks each.
The Embarrassing Beginning is the fourth full-length album by Canadian hardcore punk band Grade. It is a combination of two older releases with new packaging. The first eight songs are from Grade's first proper release, Grade/Believe split released on a small Canadian label called Workshop Records back in 1994. Tracks 11-13 come from the group's 1999 debut EP on Victory Records Triumph and Tragedy. The Embarrassing Beginning. Split Enz-True Colours 1980. Leatherface, Hot Water Music - BYO Split Series: Volume I. Ceschi & Pat The Bunny - Ceschi/Pat The Bunny split 12" - full album (2016).
Grade's first release was the Grade/Believe split released in 1994 on a small Canadian label - Workshop Records. Separate the Magnets" was released in 1998, and gained notice touring with groups such as Jimmy Eat World and Fugazi. In 1999 they signed with Victory Records and released an EP, "Triumph and Tragedy". Later that same year they released a full length album, "Under the Radar". In 2000, they released "The Embarrassing Beginning", a collection of their older works, as well as "And Such Is Progress"
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Grade's first release was the Grade/Believe split which was released in 1994 on a small Canadian label - Workshop Records. And Such Is Progress followed in 1997 and Separate the Magnets was released in 1998, earning them critical praise and high profile touring slots with groups such as Jimmy Eat World, Hot Water Music and Fugazi. In 1999, they signed with Victory Records and released an EP, Triumph and Tragedy. Later that same year they released a full length album, Under the Radar. Separate the Magnets Album.
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- Recorded At – Mainway Studios
- Bass – Johnny Lubera (tracks: 9-15), Matt Jones (tracks: 1-8)
- Compiled By – Mike Wessel
- Drums – Kevin Harris
- Engineer – Shawn Magill
- Guitar – Greg Taylor (tracks: 1-8), Shawn Magill (tracks: 1-8), Tyler Macdonald (tracks: 9-15)
- Producer – Believe (tracks: 9-15), Grade (tracks: 1-8)
- Producer, Engineer – Attila Turi
- Vocals – Kyle Bishop (tracks: 1-8), Lindsay Bailey (tracks: 9-15)
- Vocals, Guitar – Greg Taylor (tracks: 9-15)
NotesBelieve is credited as being a precursor of Grade inside the booklet. Incision was in fact the precursor to Grade and the story of Believe dying in a plane crash is only a joke. Both bands existed simultaneously.
Grade tracks recorded at Mainway Studio in March of 1994.
Believe tracks recorded at Mainway Studio in May of 1994.
First pressing, existed in two different colored paper: blue and red.
|WR-001||Grade / Believe||Grade / Believe - Split (CD, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Workshop Records||WR-001||Canada||1994|
|NUMBER ONE||Grade / Believe||Grade / Believe - Split CD (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Workshop Records||NUMBER ONE||Canada||1995|
|WR-001||Grade / Believe||Grade / Believe - Split (CD, Album, Ltd, Red)||Workshop Records||WR-001||Canada||1994|