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Eve 6 by Eve 6 (CD) Rock Popular Alternative Music How Much Longer Inside Out

Eve 6 by Eve 6 (CD) Rock Popular Alternative Music How Much Longer Inside Out

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Additional Information about Eve 6 by Eve 6 (CD, Oct-2004, BMG Special Products)
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Album Features
UPC: 755174890321
Artist: Eve 6
Format: CD
Release Year: 2004
Record Label: BMG Special Products
Genre: Alternative, Rock & Pop


Track Listing
1. How Much Longer
2. Inside Out
3. Leech
4. Showerhead
5. Open Road Song
6. Jesus Nitelite
7. Superhero Girl
8. Tongue Tied
9. Saturday Night
10. There's a Face
11. Small Town Trap

Details
Playing Time: 38 min.
Producer: Don Gilmore
Distributor: BMG Special Products
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
Eve 6: Max Collins (vocals, bass); Jon Siebels (guitar, background vocals); Tony Fagenson (drums).Additional personnel: Don Gilmore (background vocals).Recorded at Sound City, Van Nuys, California, Chomsky Ranch, Hollywood, California, and Stepping Stone, Seattle, Washington.On their self-titled debut, Eve 6's straight-ahead rock sound has elements of alternative, punk and pop. First signed to RCA records while they were still in high school, band members Max Collins (vocals and bass), Jon Siebels (guitars) and Tony Fagenson (drums) have honed their craft into a strong debut, laced with a lyrical maturity not usually found in such a young act. "Inside Out," the first single, is about wanting people to understand you. The infectious chorus of "Leech" is a head-nodding tale of an emotional parasite. Other standouts are "Showerhead" and "Open Road Song," which has a similar sound and structure to early Green Day. Produced by Don Gilmore, the album has a fluid, consistent sound, though none of the songs sound the same.




 


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