Bullet Lavolta - The Gift download album
The Gift (LP, Album). EM 9449 1. Bullet Lavolta. The Gift (LP, Album). The Gift (LP, Album, RE). RCA, Taang! Records, BMG. 9914-1-R.
Bullet Lavolta – The Gift. Label: RCA – 9914-2-R, Taang! Records – 9914-2-R. Producer – Bullet Lavolta (tracks: 3, 12), Paul Q. Kolderie. Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Tom Hamilton (tracks: 3, 12). Recorded By – Jesse Henderson (2) (tracks: 4, 6,10).
The Gift proved to be a real breakout release for Boston's Bullet Lavolta. After a brief release on indie label Taang! Records, RCA snatched the band up and this, their first full-length, became their major-label debut. Unlike many developing hardcore bands of their time, Bullet Lavolta was never so infatuated with their own anger
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Taang! Records (catalog number TAANG! 29). This album was released in 1989 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Bass.
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This is the type of album that makes a big influence on your musical tastes. if you happen to be 19 years old, which is how old I was at the time The Gift was released. Let's get a couple things straight. Firstly, this is a hard rock album that is completely unapproachable if you despise Helmet, Slint, early Lemonheads, Kiss, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Minor Threat, Husker Du, The Who, the Sex Pistols, and other bands of that ilk. If you like these groups, or even better, like being in a small club listening to band that has a perfect balance of rock tightness and energy that sends the.
Bullet LaVolta was a post-punk band from Boston, Massachusetts, that was originally formed in January 1987 by four college disk jockeys: Clay Tarver (guitar, now of Chavez), Bill Whelan (bass), Corey "Loog" Brennan (guitar) and Chris "Cruster" Guttmacher (drums). The band later added singer Yukki Gipe after he responded to an advertisement.
|A2||Little Tiny Pieces|
|B3||One Room Down|
|B4||Birth Of Death|
- Bass – Bill Whelan
- Drums – Chris Cougar Guttmacher*
- Guitar – Clay Tarver, Corey Loog Brennan, Ken Chambers
- Producer – Paul Q. Kolderie
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Jesse Henderson (tracks: A3, A5, B3), Paul Q. Kolderie (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A6, B1, B2, B4, B5), Tom Dube (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A6, B1, B2, B4, B5)
- Vocals – Yukki Gipe
NotesSingle picture cover, no insert.
A1, A2, A4, A6, B1, B2, B4, B5 Recorded at Fort Apache February 1989.
A3, A5, B3 Recorded at Longview Farms, December 1988.
© TAANG 1989
℗ Waterfront 1989
|TAANG! 29||Bullet Lavolta||The Gift (LP, Album)||Taang! Records||TAANG! 29||US||1989|
|9914-2-R||Bullet Lavolta||The Gift (CD, Album)||RCA, Taang! Records||9914-2-R||US||1989|
|TAANG! 29||Bullet Lavolta||The Gift (CD, Album)||Taang! Records||TAANG! 29||US||1989|
|9914-1-R||Bullet Lavolta||The Gift (LP, Album, RE)||RCA, Taang! Records, BMG||9914-1-R||US||1989|
|TAANG! 29||Bullet Lavolta||The Gift (LP, Album, TP, Rej)||Taang! Records||TAANG! 29||US||1989|