F-Letter is the third studio album by post-hardcore band Frodus, originally released in 1996 through Double Duece NYC. To fund the recording for the album, Shelby Cinca sold a virtual reality helmet at a Doom tournament held by a now-defunct computer store. The album has been reissued many times on both CD and vinyl formats through a variety of record labels. All tracks written by Frodus. Shelby Cinca - Vocals, guitar, percussion on "Factory Six". Jason Hamacher - Drums, percussion on "Factory Six".
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Pressed By – Disctronics USA – 145133. Recorded At – Salad Days Studio. Bass, Vocals – Howard Pyle. Drums – Jason Hamacher. F-Letter (LP, Album). Art Monk Construction, Lovitt Records. F-Letter (CD, Album, RE).
However, there are some major downsides to this record. For starters, the mixing for the album feels a little off. The bass sounds a little low in the mix when compared to everything else, leaving the album a little hollow-sounding from time to time. The instrumentation, while still enjoyable, isn’t quite as impressive when compared to some of their other releases. With all things said, however, F-Letter is still very much an entertaining record that shows off the band’s punk influences and the musical direction they started to delve into by that point in time. The overall instrumentation and.
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Fireflies by Frodus, released 05 May 1995 1. Honest Praise The Great Motivator 2. Yoncopin 3. Fireflies 4. Rocketry Is My Plan 5. Malcontent 6. Something Must (Break) 7. Purvis Dawson 8. Yanni 9. Malcontent (Alternate Mix) The year was 1995. Fireflies" was initially to be a glow in the dark 7" with the tracks "Fireflies" and "Rocketry Is My Plan". However after pricing out the record, Level Records, at the time decided that it was just as cheap to press a CD so they went onward with that.
Fireflies (Frodus album). Fireflies is the second studio album by American post-hardcore band Frodus, released in 1995 through Level Records. The album was initially going to be a glow-in-the-dark 7" single until the band decided to instead release a full-length album because it was "just as cheap". The album was initially released on CD format, limited to 1,100 copies. The album was reissued digitally in 2006, remastered and with new artwork and an alternative track listing. Retrieved April 25, 2015. Conglomerate International (1998). And We Washed Our Weapons in the Sea (2001).