Sunday, June 27, 2010

Agent Orange: DoTM

Bloodstains
Released in 1979 by Agent Orange Records.
Produced by Daniel R. Van Patten
Band lineup:
Mike Palm - guitar and vocals; Steve Soto - bass; Scott Miller - drums
Tracks: 3
Highlights:
"Bloodstains"

Living in Darkness
Released in 1981 by Posh Boy Records.
Produced by Daniel R Van Patten.
Band lineup:
Mike Palm - guitar and vocals; James Levesque - bass; Scott Miller - drums
Tracks: 8
Highlights:
"Everything Turns Grey" "The Last Goodbye" and "Bloodstains"

Everything Turns Grey
Released in January 1982 by Posh Boy Records.
Produced by Robbie Fields and Jay Lansford
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 2

Bitchin Summer
Released in 1982 by Posh Boy
Produced by Robbie Fields and Jay Lansford
Tracks: 4

This is the Voice
Released in June 1986 by Enigma Records
Produced by Daniel R Van Patten
No lineup changes
Tracks: 10

When You Least Expect It
Released in November 1987 by Restless Records
Produced by Chris Ashford and Jerry Abraham
No lineup changes
Tracks: 6
Highlights:
"Somebody to Love"

Real Live Sound
Live album released in July 1993 by Restless Records
Lineup changes:
Brent Harrold Liles replaced James Levesque on bass and Derek O'Brien replaced Scott Miller on drums
Tracks: 16

Virtually Indestructible
Released in 1996 by Fearless Records
Lineup changes:
Brent Harrold Liles was replaced on bass by Sam Bolle and Derek O'Brien was replaced on drums by Charlie Quintana.
Tracks: 13

1 comment:

  1. They also did a “greatest hits” album, but it was the band is their then current form, playing all of the band’s classic songs. It wasn’t that good.

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