Chris Mars - Note To Self album flac
|1||Down By The Tracks||4:04|
|4||Mission Of The Dead||4:32|
|5||Can't Go Home Again||3:05|
|7||Pull The Lever||3:01|
|9||When I Fall Down||3:35|
|10||Summer Of 2016||3:10|
|12||Mind As Mice||5:02|
- Copyright (c) – Chris Mars Publishing Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Chris Mars
- Artwork, Performer, Written-By – Chris Mars
- Mastered By – Dave McNair
NotesAvailable for download for donation via artist's website:
"Feel free to burn yourself a CD if you like, but selling them is expressly prohibited."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|none||Chris Mars||Note To Self (File, MP3, Album)||Not On Label (Chris Mars Self-released)||none||US||2017|
Artist Chris Mars was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he still lives and works today.
When Chris Rosati was 39 years old and expecting his second child, he received the unimaginable news that he had ALS. On average, the life expectancy after.
Horseshoes & Hand Grenades.
30 Seconds to Mars (Instrumentals). Compilation, 2007, Virgin. Bootleg, 2007, Self-Released. DISC 1. 1. A Modern Myth (Live at Daily Download).
from Minneapolis, MN. April 26, 1961 (age 57). Biography. While he would eventually push music aside for painting, Chris Mars would always be best known for his first artistic endeavor, that of being the drummer for the legendary Minneapolis, MN rock band the Replacements. As the Replacements' star rose proportionally with frontman Paul Westerberg's control of the band, Mars found himself further and further alienated from Westerberg, and he made only brief appearances on the group's final outing, All Shook Down. In 1992, he released his first solo record, a mostly self-made affair - he not only drummed, but sang and played keyboards and guitars, as well as being the chief songwriter. Titled Horseshoes Hand Grenades, the LP also included bassist . Foster and featured Dave Pirner and Dan Murphy from Soul Asylum.
Listen to the biggest hits from Chris Mars, including Floater, I'll Be Gone, Funeral Hymn of the Small Critter Holocaust, and more on Slacker Radio. He chose not to tour the album, so Syracuse band the Wallmen decided to tour it for him, covering the songs, with a cardboard cutout of Mars standing center-stage.
30 Seconds to Mars is the debut studio album by American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars. It was first released on August 27, 2002, by Immortal Records and distributed by Virgin Records. The album was produced by Bob Ezrin, Brian Virtue, and Thirty Seconds to Mars, and was recorded in rural Wyoming during 2001 and early 2002. It had been in the works for a couple of years, with lead vocalist Jared Leto writing the majority of the songs.