Thursday, September 29, 2011

Samiam: Discography of the Moment

Got this idea from Dave's review of their latest release.

Samiam is a punk band from Berkeley, California. They formed in 1988 from the ashes of the band Isocracy.

LINKS

Samiam Website
Samiam MySpace Site
Samiam Wiki article

DISCOGRAPHY

I Am
Released in 1989 by Lookout! Records.
Produced by Samiam.
Band Lineup:
Jason Beebout - vocals; Martin Brohm - bass; James Brogan - guitar; Sergie Loobkoff - guitar; Mark Mortinsen - drums.
Tracks: 4

Underground
Released in 1990 by New Red Archives.
Produced by Peter Miller and Samiam.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 5

Samiam
Released in 1990 by New Red Archives.
Produced by Peter Miller and Samiam.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16

Soar
Released in 1991 by New Red Archives.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
Lineup changes:
Mark Mortinsen was replaced on drums by David Ayer.
Tracks: 17

Stump
Released in 1992 by Blackbox Records in Germany only.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 3
This was a collection of acoustic versions of previously recorded material.

Billy
Released in 1992 by New Red Archives.
Produced by Armand John Petri and Samiam.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 13

Clumsy
Released in August 1994 by Atlantic Records.
Produced by Lou Giordano.
Lineup changes:
David Ayer was replaced on drums by Victor Indrizzo and Martin Brohm was replaced on bass by Aaron Rubin.
Tracks: 11
Singles:
"Capsized"

Your Choice
Live album released in 1995 by Your Choice Records in Germany only.
Tracks: 4

You Are Freaking Me Out
Released in 1997 by Ignition Records.
Produced by Steven Haigler.
Lineup changes:
Victor Indrizzo was replaced on drums by Michael Petrak.
Tracks: 13
Singles:
"She Found You"

The New Red Years
Compilation album released in 1997 by Golf Records.
Tracks: 17

Search and Destroy
Released in August 1999 by Burning Heart Records.
Produced by Samiam.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 6

Ashtray
Released in August 2000 by Hopeless Records.
Produced by Tim O'Heir.
Lineup changes:
Michael Petrak was replaced on drums by Johnny Cruz and Aaron Rubin was replaced on bass by Sean Kennerly.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Mud Hill"

Whatever's Got You Down
Released in September 2006 by Hopeless Records.
Produced by Chris Moore.
Lineup changes:
Sean Kennerly switched from bass to guitar because James Brogan left the band. Jeremy Bergo took over on bass.
Tracks: 13

Orphan Works
Compilation album released in 2010 by No Idea Records.
Tracks: 18

Trips
Released in September 2011 by Hopeless Records.
Produced by Chris Dugan.
Lineup changes:
Jeremy Bergo was replaced on bass by Billy Bouchard. Johnny Cruz was replaced on drums by Charlie Walker.
Tracks: 13

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