Saturday, December 22, 2007

Stavesacre: DOTM

Friction
Released in June 1996 by Tooth and Nail Records.
Produced by Bryan Carlstrom and Stavesacre.
Personnel:
Mark Salomon - vocals
Jeff Bellew - guitars
Dirk Lemmenes - bass
Jeremy Moffett - drums
Tracks: 10
"Threshold" "Loader" "At the Moment" "Suffocate Me" "Minus" "Devil" "Tranewreck" "Burning Clean" "Anna Thema" "Stars and Clouds"

Absolutes
Released in November 1997 by Tooth and Nail.
Produced by Bryan Carlstrom and Stavesacre.
Personnel changes:
Jeremy Moffett was replaced by Sam West.
Tracks: 10
"Shiv" "Sand Dollar" "Colt .45" "Inclusive" "Wither/Ascend" "Acquiesce" "An Eclipsing" "The Two Heavens" "Wither (reprise)" "Zzyzx Scarecrow"

Speakeasy
Released in November 1999 by Tooth and Nail.
Produced by Bryan Carlstrom and Stavesacre.
Personnel changes: Jeff Bellew was replaced by Ryan Dennee.
Tracks: 12
"Minutemen" "Sundown Motel" "Keep Waiting" "You Know How It Is" "Rivers Underneath" "Gold and Silver" "Freefall" "St. Eriksplan" "St Eriksplan (reprise)" "Disquiet" "Fascination Street" "This Love"

Stavzaker
Released in October 2002 by Nitro Records.
Produced by David Bianco.
Personnel changes:
Neil Samoy was added as an additional guitar player.
Tracks: 11
"Witch Trial" "Blind Hope" "Alice Wishlist" "Island" "A Place Where I Can Breathe" "If Not Now" "The Sad Parade" "Why Good People Suffer" "Yes" "World to Wait"

Bull Takes Fighter
Released indepenently in December 2004.
Personnel changes:
Nail Samoy left the band.
Tracks: 4
"Bull Takes Fighter" "Time Honored Tradition" "Next Age" "Handful of Words"

How to Live with a Curse
Released April 2006 by Abacus Recordings.
Produced by Matt Hyde, Randy Torres and Steven Dale.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 14
"A Reason to Believe" "It's Beautiful Once You're Out There" "We Say" "Fear and Love" "The Trouble With Being Born" "Interlude 1" "Future History of the Broken Hearted" "Grace" "You Made It Look So Easy" "Lost Days" "We'll Sort This Thing Out Right Now" "Sean" "Interlude 2" "Kill My Darlings"

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