Shellac - At Action Park album flac
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|1||My Black Ass||3:00|
|2||Pull The Cup||4:12|
|5||Song Of The Minerals||4:24|
|7||The Idea Of North||3:42|
|8||Dog And Pony Show||3:59|
Lyrics By – Jenny the mouse McNeilly*
|10||Il Porno Star||5:14|
- Recorded At – Southern Studios
- Recorded At – Studio Black Box
- Printed By – Fireproof Press
- Glass Mastered At – Disque Americ
- Copyright (c) – Shellac Of North America
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Touch And Go Records
- Copyright (c) – Touch And Go Records
- Bass [Mass] – Bob Weston*
- Drums [Time] – Todd Trainer
- Guitar [Velocity] – Steve Albini
- Illustration [Action Park Illustration] – Joanne Dale
- Technician [Chef] – Iain Burgess
- Technician [Coffee] – Peter Deimel
- Technician [Driver] – John Loder
- Technician [Pyrotechnics] – Corey Rusk
NotesCD comes in a heavyweight gatefold cardboard sleeve with illustration insert.
This version is mastered by Disque Americ. A similar release is mastered by Mayking and has slightly different CD artwork.
10 Myddleton Road
SARL Black Box
Recorded electrically during March 1994.
This was not mastered directly to metal or pressed into 165 grams of virgin vinyl.
There is, in fact, nothing at all special about the manufacture of this compact disc.
The Tortoise style package was printed at Fireproof Press, Chicago.
1952 Chandler & Price
9x12" New Style Platen Press
Kelsey 5x8" Model P
Shellac record number four.
© 1994 Shellac
© & ℗ 1994 Touch & Go Records
This compact disc was made in Canada by the proud people of Canada.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: DISQUE AMERIC 0ACC2<241>TG141CD
|TG141||Shellac||At Action Park (LP, Album, 165)||Touch And Go||TG141||UK, Europe & US||1994|
|TG141||Shellac||At Action Park (LP, Album, RE, Dow)||Touch And Go||TG141||US||Unknown|
|TG141||Shellac||At Action Park (CD, Album)||Touch And Go||TG141||US||1994|
|TG141CD, TG141||Shellac||At Action Park (CD, Album)||Touch And Go, Touch And Go||TG141CD, TG141||UK||1994|
|TG141CD, TG141||Shellac||At Action Park (CD, Album)||Touch And Go, Touch And Go||TG141CD, TG141||Unknown|
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Album · 1994 · 10 Songs.
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Illustration – Joanne Dale. Mastered By – John Loder. Shellac record number four. This uni-pak style album jacket was printed at Fireproof Press, Chicago. Cardboard inner sleeve with a drawing by J. Dale printed on one - and a "resuscitation from apparent death by electric shock. This piece of the package made and printed in England by the proud subjects of HRH Queen Elizabeth II. (printed on inner sleeve).
LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Shellac Format: Vinyl. even if they go on to make 100 more albums, this is it, the pinnacle, the height of success. The others are alright, this one trumps em all. And, as Big Black were, Shellac is meant to appeal to your sense of harsh, steady minimalism.
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His work with his highly influential project Big Black, particularly their seminal album Songs About ing (the name says it all) was characterized by its abrasive sounds and dark, disturbing lyrical content. His second band, controversially named Rapeman was a noisy, abrasive project that featured members of Scratch Acid. As a producer, he was responsible for classic albums from, among others, the Pixies and Nirvana, In addition, he has produced records for everyone from Joanna Newsom to Zao, always with his signature analog rawness.
At Action Park, 1994. At Action Park, 1994.