© 1994, Alfa-Brunette Records.




SHAKE THE FAITH: AMERICA THE VIOLENT (1994)

Details:

Alfa-Brunette/Toshiba-EMI ALCB-3012 (Japan, 8/24/1994)

Tracks:

01. Anti-Heroes (4:13) - Aragon « MP3 »
02. Suffocated (3:58) - Aragon/Jennings « MP3 »
03. So What (2:29) - Culmer/Exall/Blake « MP3 »
04. The Pope's On Dope (3:44) - Aragon/Thayer « MP3 »
05. Crazy Jane (4:49) - Aragon/Thayer « MP3 »
06. My Twisted View (MTV) (3:31) - Aragon/Kweens « MP3 »
07. Dysfunctional (5:09) - Aragon/Thayer/Jennings « MP3 »
08. Destroyer (3:04) - Ray Davies « MP3 »
09. Public Trust (3:50) - Thayer/Aragon « MP3 »
10. Weight Of The World (4:24) - Aragon/Thayer « MP3 »
11. Medicine Man (4:58) - Aragon/Thayer « MP3 »

Notes:

Produced by Cal Curtis. Recorded by Pat Regan at Fortress Recorders, Hollywood, CA. Additional recording at Farren Curtis Studios. Mixed by Paul Lani at Track Record, North Hollywood, CA. Shake The Faith included Dava Aragon (vocals), Tommy Thayer and Brian Jennings on guitars, Kenny Kweens (bass), and Danny Parker (drums). Cover artwork by Hunter S. Thompson. Copies include a sticker, survey postcard, obi, and Japanese language bio/lyric booklet.

This punk(ish) band had gigged around California in 1993/4 and distributed a demo including tracks 11, 7, 10, and "Different Generation" (samples from those tracks are the demo versions that vary slightly from those released commercially). Track 3 a cover of the Anti-Nowhere League song first released as a B-side on their debut single, "Streets of London" (1981). It has alse been used as a B-side by Metallica in 1993. Track 7 a cover of a 1981 Kinks song that itself borrowed heavily from earlier hits "All Day and All of the Night" (musically) and "Lola" (lyrically). The unreleased "Different Generation" features an outro section that borrows from the Who's "My Generation."

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