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Thee Autobots - Discography, 1995-1996 flac album

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Performer: Thee Autobots
Title: Discography, 1995-1996
Released: 2013
Style: Punk, Pop Rock, Hardcore, Heavy Metal
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5 ✦

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Hornbuckle Records has been slowly releasing music since 1994 and still believes in physical formats. We are currently located in Los Angeles. announcing: thee autobots discography, 1995-1996. after an earthquake awoke them from a slumber of 4 million years, thee autobots decided to perform music for the people of earth (or at least the southeastern united states) for 16 months in the middle of the last decade of the 20th century. then they packed up and left compile a discography of their 20 recorded works. back when CD burners were still new, the music was burned to a single compact disc, their legacy inscribed at 4. k

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The Abyss - Discography (1995-1996). 1996 - Summon The Beast. 01. Satan's Majestic Empire 02. Blessed With The Wrath Of Evil 03. Damned 04. Summon The Beast 05. The Hymn 06. Cursed 07.

Band: Andreas Greupner - Vocals Rene Puhlmann - Drums André Andrejew - Guitars Simon Schmitt - Keyboards Christoph Dobberstein - Bass. 1996 - As Darkness Falls. Tracklist: 1. Luna's Sisters 08:55 2. The Night Of Our Flight 06:17 3. As Blackness Comes 03:57 4. Signal To Noise 04:03 5. The Double Headstone 06:17 6. I Feel Good 02:31 7. Winter Solstice 05:48 8. Death Of A Rose 07:47.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Hornbuckle Records (catalog number HORN-005). This album was released in 2013-06-25 year. US. Format of the release is.

Collective Soul (sometimes referred to as the Blue Album to differentiate from the second self-titled album) is the second studio album by Collective Soul. It became the band's highest selling album to date, going Triple-Platinum, and spent 76 weeks on the Billboard 200 charts. The singles "December," "The World I Know" and "Where the River Flows" all reached on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, while the first two singles also became major pop hits.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Who We Is
A2 Hope
A3 Out Of The Rut
A4 The Same, The Game
A5 Poison Ivy
Written-By – Leiber & Stoller
A6 Flotation Device
A7 Visor
A8 Honkeys
A9 Pittsburgh PA
B1 Baggage Claim Area
B2 Birth Defect
Backing Vocals – David Hornbuckle
B3 One Teacup
B4 Hell On Wheels
B5 Break
Written-By – David Hornbuckle
B6 Unimpressed
B7 Wild World
Mixed By – Jeremy GoodyWritten-By – Cat Stevens
B8 Noise Ordinance
B9 Wanted You To Know
B10 Save The Tuna (Live)

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  • Recorded At – Smokin' Studios (Alabama)
  • Recorded At – Mix Masters (Alabama)
  • Mixed At – Mix Masters (Alabama)


  • Bass, Backing Vocals – Doug*
  • Drums, Backing Vocals – Solomon*
  • Guitar, Vocals – Jack*
  • Keyboards – Doug* (tracks: A9), Erma* (tracks: B7), Jack* (tracks: A9)
  • Lead Vocals – Doug* (tracks: A8)
  • Saxophone, Vocals – Erma*
  • Written-By – Thee Autobots (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to A9, B1 to B4, B6, B8 to B10)


Limited edition of 25 numbered copies with hand-painted covers. Translucent red cassette shells. Includes download code.

Photography by Laura Bodnar.

From the liner notes:

Songs A2-A8, B2 & B3 were recorded at Smokin' Studios in Madison, Alabama. Engineer: Mike Roberts. Date: October 1995.

Song B10 was recorded live at World Conspiracy, Huntsville, Alabama. Engineer: Whoever was holding the video camera. Date: August 26, 1995.

All other songs were recorded at Mix Masters in Cullman, Alabama. Engineer: Wayne Reynolds. Dates: Summer & Fall 1996.

All tracks were mixed by Wayne Reynolds at Mix Masters except for track B7, which was mixed by Jeremy Goody at Skyline Studios, Oakland, California.

Thee Autobots performed and recorded music out of their home base in Huntsville, Alabama, Southeastern United States, Earth, between July 1995 and November 1996. They would like to belatedly thank all of the humans who helped them out in their tiny ways.