No Use For A Name - Incognito download album
Incognito is the debut album by No Use for a Name, released on New Red Archives in 1990 and re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 23, 2001. It was produced by Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. Sign the Bill" – 2:08. It Won't Happen Again" – 4:10. Hail to the King" – 1:51. Truth Hits Everybody" (The Police cover) – 2:44. Record Thieves" – 2:49
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Incognito is the debut album by No Use for a Name, released on New Red Archives in 1991 and re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 23, 2001. YouTube Encyclopedic. No Use For A Name - Full Album: 1988 Demo Tape.
Incognito by No Use For A Name, released 23 October 2001 1. DMV 2. Sign The Bill 3. It Won't Happen Again 4. Hail To The King 5. Weirdo 6. Truth Hits Everybody 7. Felix 8. Noitall 9. I Detest 10. Puppet Show 11. Record Thieves 12. Power Bitch NUFAN’s first record! Produced by Brett Gurewitz, Incognito displays No Use’s hardcore beginnings and dark punk rock influence. hey played shows with The Accused for crissakes! Originally released in 1990 on New Red Archives.
Incognito is the debut album by No Use for a Name, released on New Red Archives in 1990 and re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 23, 2001. After Tony Slys death on July 31,2012, the members chose to disband. No Use For a Name was formed in 1986 by longtime friends Dodge, Papoutsis, the early rehearsals of the band had taken place at a warehouse in Sunnyvale owned by Koffs father, where they also came up with the name for the band. During this era, the band was fronted by Papoutsis friend John Meyer, initially a four piece, it later expanded to a six piece, adding as a co-vocalist Ramon Gras and a second guitarist Doug Judd.
Incognito was No Use for a Name's debut full-length, a solid slab of hulking hardcore with mighty fists full of metal. At this point, the group was a trio comprised of Tony Sly, Rory Koff, and bassist Steve Papoutsis. Melodies were at a premium, the rhythms were pusillanimous, the attitude angry, and the atmosphere threatening. On the almost Neurosis-like "It Won't Happen Again," they're absolutely menacing, a far cry from their more contemporary sound
sort by album sort by song. album: "Incognito" (1990). Until It's Gone What's His Name Biomag Permanent Rust Feeding The Fire Countdown Hazardous To Yourself The Daily Grind. album: "Leche Con Carne!" (1995). Justified Black Eye Couch Boy Soulmate 51 Days Leave It Behind Redemption Song Straight From The Jacket Fields Of Agony Fatal Flu Wood Alone Exit. album: "Making Friends" (1997). The Answer Is Still No Invincible Growing Down On The Outside A Postcard Would Be Nice Secret Best Regards Revenge Sidewalk Three Month Weekend Sitting Duck Fields Of Athenry Beth. album: "More Betterness!"
Band Name No Use For A Name. Album Name Incognito. Labels Fat Wreck Chords New Red Archives. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album3.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Sign The Bill|
|3||It Won't Happen Again|
|4||Hail To The King|
|6||Truth Hits Everybody
Written-by [Uncredited] – Sting
- Recorded At – Westbeach Recorders
- Backing Vocals – Brett*, Rory*, Steve*, Tony*
- Bass – Steve Papoutsis
- Drums – Rory Koff
- Guitar – Tony Sly
- Lead Vocals – Tony Sly
- Producer, Engineer – Brett Gurewitz, Donnell Cameron
- Vocals [Other] – Steve Papoutsis
NotesRecorded 1990, Sept. 3rd through the 8th.
Track 7: Truth Hits Everybody, while uncredited, was originally performed by The Police. This version has slightly different lyrics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5028563251528
|NRA20CD||No Use For A Name||Incognito (CD, Album)||New Red Archives||NRA20CD||US||1991|
|NRA20||No Use For A Name||Incognito (LP, Album, Bro)||New Red Archives||NRA20||US||1991|
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|NRA20||No Use For A Name||Incognito (LP, Album, Red)||New Red Archives||NRA20||US||1991|
|NRA20||No Use For A Name||Incognito (LP, Album)||New Red Archives||NRA20||US||1991|