Fuel - Monuments To Excess mp3 album
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Remains to Be Seen Why Can't You See. Actualized. Fuel Hymn (Activate). Turn On. Why Can't You (Shield Your Eyes). The Name Is. For Lack of Better Words (Shine).
Well, I've finally found that album in Fuel's Monuments to Excess. Before you start all your, "I thought this was PUNKnews" bullshit, this is a different Fuel than the one you've heard on the radio. This Fuel was a stellar late &, early & Bay Area melodic post-hardcore band, not some grungy crap. This CD serves as a discography for the short-lived band. It contains their self-titled LP, the Take Effect EP, their side of a split, and one or two compilation tracks.
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Fuel (5) – Monuments To Excess. Originally released in 1990 on Sixth International/Rough Trade Records as the self-titled album "Fuel". Tracks 11 to 14 recorded and mixed in February & March, 1990, at Sound & Vision, San Francisco, and Dancing Dog, Emeryville. Originally released in 1990 on Lookout! Records as the 7" EP "Take Effect".
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PLAY ALL. Monuments To Excess. Released by Broken Rekids May 2000 18 Tracks.
|4||Remains To Be Seen|
|5||Cue To You|
|6||The Name Is...|
|7||Why Can't You See|
|10||Not Up For Sale|
|14||Fuel Hymn (Activate)|
|16||Why Can't You (Shield Your Eyes)|
|17||The Name Is...|
|18||For Lack Of Better Words (Shine)|
- Recorded At – Sound And Vision
- Mixed At – Sound And Vision
- Recorded At – Sergays Recording Emporium
- Mixed At – Sergays Recording Emporium
- Recorded At – Six Feet Under, Minneapolis
- Mixed At – Six Feet Under, Minneapolis
- Bass – Aaron Arroyo
- Design [Designed And Built By] – John Yates
- Drums – Jeff Stofan
- Guitar, Vocals – Jim Allison , Mike Kirsch
- Photography [Centerfold Band Photo] – Var Thelin
- Photography By [Individual Band Photos] – Karin Gembus*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Alex Sergay (tracks: 17), Kevin Army (tracks: 1 to 16), Mac* (tracks: 18)
NotesTracks 1 to 10 recorded and mixed in May & June, 1990, at Sound & Vision, San Francisco, and Dancing Dog, Emeryville. Originally released in 1990 on Sixth International/Rough Trade Records as the self-titled album "Fuel".
Tracks 11 to 14 recorded and mixed in February & March, 1990, at Sound & Vision, San Francisco, and Dancing Dog, Emeryville. Originally released in 1990 on Lookout! Records as the 7" EP "Take Effect".
Tracks 15 & 16 recorded and mixed in June, 1990, at Sound & Vision, San Francisco, and Dancing Dog, Emeryville. Originally released in 1990 on Allied Recordings as the 7" EP "Split", split with Phleg Camp.
Track 17 recorded and mixed in the Fall of 1989, at Sergay's Recording Emporium, Berkley. Originally released in 1990 on Very Small Records as the 7" compilation EP "If You Can See Through It... It Ain't Coffee".
Track 18 recorded and mixed in August, 1991, at 6 Feet Under, Minneapolis. Originallly released in 1992 on Skene! as the 7" "Fuel/Angry Son", split with Angry Son.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 60291-0084-2 9
- Matrix / Runout: 35276AD-01B SKIP-84 000603-34 25E3-1108
|Allied No. 47CD||Fuel||Monuments To Excess (CD, Comp)||Allied Recordings||Allied No. 47CD||US||1995|