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By: Matthew Horne - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

I'm confused as to whether "Infinite Daybreak" is really a different version. The song is the same length, and in the "NECROPHONES" liner notes, it says that "Infinite Daybreak" was recorded at ACR. So, what's the deal? Is the song repeated, same mix? Different mix, same take? Different take?


By: Matthew Bokovoy - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

I thought the review of ACR1999 in Pitchfork by Marc Masters was kinda dinky, since I also really like how Necrophones was mixed and mastered. The two albums simply sound different and are governed by two different concepts. But that's Pitchfork for you, they ride the fence for corporate music too often.


By: Sebastian Pila - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

Magnificent, resplendent & amazing!


By: Matthew Bokovoy - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

I like this album very much, especially viewing how it was mixed and mastered by scoping the frequencies. Very unique!


By: Jason R Nelson - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

Beautiful, Powerful, Amazing!


By: David Brown - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

I really hope this isn't the last we have heard of Lungfish. This record was a pleasant surprise. It's been a long time since Feral Hymns.


By: Erich J Mazon - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

brilliant


By: Mark Pino - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

Love that cover! Really looking forward to hearing this LP!


By: Eric Trout - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

Anne, you aren't the only one hoping the "A" stands for Armageddon. I suspect we'll never see a proper release, but we might as well hope. An absolute killer tune!


By: Anne Pasco - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

"armageddon", finally?


By: Robert Shank-Davey - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

finally another offering to the Lungfish on High! Amen! Amen! Amen!


By: Daring Hawk - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

I am very anxious about this one. Lemme know when I can pre-order the vinyl.

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Dischord 174 Lungfish A.C.R. 1999

Buy 12" LP $13Buy CD $10Buy Digital $7LP W/ Damaged Packaging out of stock

These 10-songs were recorded and mixed by Craig Bowen at Baltimore’s A.C.R. Studios but never released. After the session the band decided to continue writing new songs. Six of these songs were re-recorded at Inner Eat Studios and released on Necrophones, while four others remained unreleased, until now. Released in 2012.

The 12" LP includes a free MP3 download of the album.

Daniel Higgs
vocals
Asa Osborne
guitar
Nathan Bell
bass
Mitchell Feldstein
drums

1. Eternal Nightfall (version) + queue
2. Symbiosis + queue
3. Screams Of Joy + queue
4. Occult Vibrations (version) + queue
5. I Will Walk Between You + queue
6. Aesop + queue
7. Sex War (version) + queue
8. Infinite Daybreak (version) + queue
9. Hanging Bird (version) + queue
10. Shapes In Space (version) + queue
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A.C.R.