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Lovitt Records lov37 v/a Lovitt Transmissions: Volume One

Released:
November 10, 2003

Bands featured on Lovitt Transmissions draw heavily from Lovitt's early history and include: Bats & Mice, Engine Down, Fin Fang Foom, Four Hundred Years, Frodus, Maximillian Colby, Milemarker, Rah Bras, and Sleepytime Trio. The DVD is over two hours long and features optional audio commentary by Lowit, Jason Hamacher from Frodus, and Charles Cardello from Bifocal Media. Extras on the DVD include a visual of Lovitt�s family tree, supplemental tour footage, and a rap video from Cornbread Compton of Engine Down. Lovitt Transmissions: Volume One is a comprehensive, collaborative showcase of the label�s talent that will appeal to rabid fans and casual listeners alike.

Main Chapters

  1. Engine Down - Taken In
  2. Sleepytime Trio - Jesus Extract
  3. Bats & Mice - Safe Bet
  4. Four Hundred Years - Suture
  5. Sleepytime Trio - All Ease
  6. Rah Bras - Arty
  7. Engine Down - Intent to Pacify
  8. Fin Fang Foom - Fate and Chaos
  9. Frodus - Segment #1
  10. Four Hundred Years - Architect
  11. Bats & Mice - Undress Princess
  12. Maximillian Colby -Segment #1
  13. Sleepytime Trio - 30 Equals
  14. Milemarker - Segment #1
  15. Rah Bras - Pony Song
  16. Fin Fang Foom - Fool and The Feign
  17. Engine Down - Demure
  18. Frodus - Segment #2
  19. Four Hundred Years - Transmit Failure
  20. Bats & Mice -Military Smile
  21. Four Hundred Years - Transmit Failure
  22. Fin Fang Foom - Yesterday Doesn't Exit
  23. Rah Bras - Fungry
  24. Sleepytime Trio - Rock Candy
  25. Engine Down - Second of February

Extras

  • Commentary Track
  • Lovitt Family Tree
  • Sleepytime Trio - Not Without My Swimmies
  • Cornbread Compton - Lose My Head
  • Rah Bras - Subtlelights
  • Bats & Mice - In Spite of
  • Engine Down - Retread
  • Four Hundred Years
  • Jeremy Taylor Interview
  • Engine Down - Castalia
  • Produced by
    BiFocal Media & Brian Lowit