Sunday, August 28, 2011

Remy Zero: DoTM

I got the idea of doing a discography of this band tonight while watching Season 9 of Smallville. Remy Zero is a rock band that formed in 1989 in Birmingham, Alabama and is best known for performing the title song to Smallville, "Save Me."

Remy Zero
Released in January 1996 by Geffen Records.
Produced by Remy Zero.
Band lineup:
Cedric Lemoyne - bass; Cinjun Tate - vocals, guitar; Jeffrey Cain - guitar; Shelby Tate - vocals, guitar, keyboards. Gregory Slay - drums.
Tracks: 10
Singles:
"Temenos"

Villa Elaine
Released in August 1998 by Geffen.
Produced by David Bottrill and Remy Zero.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Singles:
"Prophecy"

Live On Morning Becomes Eclectic
Live album released in 1998 by KCRW.
Tracks: 7

The Golden Hum
Released in September 2001 by Elektra Records.
Produced by Jack Joseph Puig.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Singles:
"Save Me" and "Perfect Memory"

A Searchers
Released in November 2001 by Elektra.
Produced by Remy Zero.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 5

Remy Zero
Released in October 2010 by Communicating Vessels.
Produced by Remy Zero.
Lineup changes:
Drummer Gregory Slay passed away and was replaced by Chip Kilpatrick.
Tracks: 7

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