The Thought Remains The Same is a 2000 compilation album consisting of songs by bands on Nitro Records. The album was originally titled Deep Thoughts. Its title is a parody of the Led Zeppelin song "The Song Remains the Same". Cafe 405" – The Vandals – 2:11. A Single Second" – AFI – 2:12 Slam" – Guttermouth – 1:45. Superficial Love" – . Victims & Volunteers" – Jughead's Revenge – 3:11. Floorlord" – One Hit Wonder – 2:43. The Thing from Uranus" – Sloppy Seconds – 3:41.
Reissue of Nitro label compilation "Deep Thoughts. Same CDs were used with reprinted images on top plus new inserts and artwork. Matrix, Runout: 15820-2. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Compilation by various artists. Cafe 405 by The Vandals Slam! by Guttermouth. Superficial Love by TSOL. Victims & Volunteers by Jughead's Revenge. Floorlord by One Hit Wonder. The Thing From Uranus by Sloppy Seconds. Self-Pity by AFI. Chicken Box by Guttermouth. And Now We Dance by The Vandals. Powertrip by One Hit Wonder. Pain by Jughead's Revenge. This Won't Hurt A Bit by Guttermouth. If The Government Could Read My Mind by The Vandals.
Preceded by Soul Motion by various artists. UK Albums Chart number one album 13–20 November 1976. Succeeded by 22 Golden Guitar Greats by Bert Weedon.
The album was originally released in September 1976, before being remastered and reissued in 2007 and again in September 2018. The Song Remains the Same. Live album, Soundtrack album by. Led Zeppelin.
The Thought Remains the Same. The entire cover: because the image is cover art, a form of product packaging, the entire image is needed to identify the product, properly convey the meaning and branding intended, and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the image. Copies made from it will be of inferior quality, unsuitable as artwork on pirate versions or other uses that would compete with the commercial purpose of the original artwork
The Remains formed in 1964 at Boston University, where all four members were first-year students living in the same dorm in Kenmore Square. Singer-guitarist Barry Tashian and keyboardist Bill Briggs were from Westport, Connecticut, drummer Chip Damiani from Wolcott, Connecticut, and bassist Vern Miller from Livingston, New Jersey In 1966 came the opportunity which might have broken the band nationally, but proved instead to be their last hurrah: they were offered a three-week stint as an opening act for the Beatles, on what would turn out to be the fab four's final tour. Retrieved 2014-08-22.
The Album (LP) : Led Zeppelin ★ The Song Remains The Same ★ 1976 The sequence also shows Bonham doing various work around his farm, showing off his livestock and cars, and jamming with his 5-year-old son while he plays a miniature drum kit. The game of snooker was shot at The Old Hyde Hotel and the Triumph riding near Blackpool. Page is seen wearing a different dragon suit in "Rock and Roll" and the "Celebration Day" remaster.
|1||–The Vandals||Cafe 405||2:11|
|2||–A.F.I.*||A Single Second||2:12|
|3||–Guttermouth||1, 2, 3... Slam||1:45|
|5||–Jughead's Revenge||Victims & Volunteers||3:11|
|6||–One Hit Wonder||Floorlord||2:43|
|7||–Sloppy Seconds||The Thing From Uranus||3:41|
|10||–Guttermouth||Chicken Box (Live)||1:30|
|11||–The Vandals||And Now We Dance||2:04|
|12||–One Hit Wonder||Powertrip||2:36|
|14||–Guttermouth||This Won't Hurt A Bit||1:54|
|15||–The Vandals||If The Gov't Could Read My Mind||2:21|
|16||–Sloppy Seconds||Let's Kill The Trendy||2:21|
|17||–T.S.O.L.||You Don't Have To Die (Demo Version)||3:23|
|18||–A.F.I.*||Love Is A Many Splendored Thing||1:31|
|21||–The Vandals||But Then She Spoke||1:56|
|15820-2||Various||Deep Thoughts (CD, Comp)||Nitro Records||15820-2||US||1998|
|Not On Label||Various||Deep Thoughts (CD, Comp, Promo)||Nitro Records||Not On Label||US||1998|
|15826-2||Various||The Thought Remains The Same (CD, Comp, Promo, RE, Car)||Nitro Records||15826-2||US||1999|
|15826-2||Various||Deep Thoughts (CD, Comp, RE)||Nitro Records||15826-2||US||2000|
|none||Various||The Thought Remains The Same (CD, Comp, Promo, RE)||Nitro Records||none||US||2000|