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|1||–Chris*||From A Window||3:19|
Bass – David St. John Lead Guitar – Alex*Percussion – Brian Ferriby
|4||–Alex*||Let The Little Things Go
Percussion – Benjamin Ridley Jr.Vocals [Harmony Vox], Harmonica – Chris Farnum
|5||–Priscilla*||A Million Miles||3:40|
|7||–Chris*||What It's Worth||4:17|
|8||–Adam*||She Got You Back||4:44|
Vocals [Harmony Vox] – Mary Grabowski
|10||–Priscilla*||Another Marlon Brando
Lead Guitar – Chris Henderson Percussion – Brian Ferriby
- Produced At – Dream Street Digital, Southfield
- Recorded At – Dream Street Digital, Southfield
- Copyright (c) – Trampoline Records
- Printed By – G & G Printing, Mt. Clemens
- Mastered At – The Tempermill
- Manufactured By – KAO Optical Products – 301076
- Design [Jacket] – Rita*
- Mastered By – Adam*, Dave Feeny*, Tony Hamera
- Photography By [Cool Photos] – Victor "Bud" Burcar*
- Producer, Recorded By – Adam Druckman
NotesChris Moore... Detroit underground songwriting legend, or freak skateboard punk? Chris plays in a kickin' band, Crossed Wire. Check out their latest cool vinyl single "Passenger" (Rust Belt Records) and you'll have something special enough to will to your grandkids.
Adam Druckman's favorite musicians are all unknown genius victims of successful suicide attempts. He also will twist his words around your waist and fit you a new jacket that draws stares. Adam's long-awaited debut album will be released later this year on Trampoline.
Scott Fab sometimes gets tagged "that killer voice" behind his back. Actually, it's pretty obvious. But more importantly, he has this totally classic hairstyle. Scott's debut CD "Peasant's Dream" (Rust Belt Records) is a complete mood fest that will keep you from talking to anybody but your lover for weeks.
Alex Lumelsky once played in an all-Supertramp cover band. He also writes total goosebump melodies. Alex's debut disc "Wake Up Dreaming" (Trampoline) comes with the necessary instructions for making your CD player infinitely repeat.
Priscilla Ederle is a brilliant conversationalist. She can tell you the reason the world works like it does over a bean burrito at Taco Bell. Priscilla's debut release "Last Will and Testament" (Trampoline) puts her mouth over your left ear and whispers sweets you can't repeat.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Inner Ring Stamp): K4
- Matrix / Runout: ***AL008081-01*** 301076
- ASIN: B000MC5W3Q