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Cameraman [Additional Footage By] – C.J. BerringerFilm Director, Film Editor – Andrew Gilligan
|HH666-63||Botch||An Anthology Of Dead Ends (10", EP)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-63||US||2002|
|HH666-63||Botch||An Anthology Of Dead Ends (12", EP, Ltd, RE, RP, Bla)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-63||US||2014|
|HH666-63||Botch||An Anthology Of Dead Ends (10", EP, Blu)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-63||US||2002|
|HH666-63||Botch||An Anthology Of Dead Ends (12", EP, Ltd, RE, Cle)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-63||US||2012|
|HH666-63||Botch||An Anthology Of Dead Ends (10", EP, TP)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-63||US||2002|
- Backing Vocals, Lighting [Stage Lighting, Management [Tour Manager] – John Pettibone
- Bass, Piano, Backing Vocals – Brian Cook
- Design [Design Conception And Construction] – A. Turner, J. Hellmann
- Design, Photography By [Enhanced Cd Construction And Photography] – J. Hellmann
- Drums – Tim Latona
- Guitar – David Knudson
- Mastered By – Ed Brooks
- Mixed By – Matt Bayles
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Troy Tietjen
- Music By [Beat In Photo Section] – Derek "Duroc" Linaman
- Producer – Botch, Matt Bayles
- Recorded By – Matt Bayles
- Vocals – David Verellen
HinweiseRecorded at Studio Litho in March 2002. Mixed at Avast. Mastered at RFI.
Design conception and construction for Hydra Head Industries.
Enhanced material includes photos, credits, a video and a thanks list.
European issue in a regular jewel-case.
- Matrix / Runout: 01535AA7
- Recorded At – Studio Litho
- Mixed At – Avast! Recording Co.
- Mastered At – RFI Mastering
Kurzes IntroAs a friend of ours put it, when Botch took the stage, not only were they unquestionably the greatest band of the night regardless of who else was playing, but for that 45 minutes they were the fucking greatest band on earth. The first time I saw Botch was a mind bending experience - though afterwards they claimed their set was terrible. I thought to myself if this was an off night Id hate to be the bands playing with them on a good day. A good day for Botch consisted of utterly laying to waste everything in their path and having a grand ol time while doing so. This is my second favorite botch record. It is almost better than we are the romans, but that record will always have a special place in my Anthology of Dead Ends is an Extended play by Botch, released on Hydra Head Records in October 2002. It was the band's final studio recording, and was released after they disbanded. The album was released on 10 vinyl and CD a 12 version was eventually released. It was released in a digipak case as well as a standard jewel case. Songs in album Botch - An Anthology Of Dead Ends 2002. Botch - Spaim. Botch - Japam. Botch - Framce. 6 tracks 21:54. An Anthology of Dead Ends is an EP by Botch, released on Hydra Head Records in October 2002. The song Afghamistam is a departure from previous work, featuring subdued vocals, piano and overdubbed spoken word segments. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with t. Botch released two fantastic metalcore albums in 1999 and 2000 entitled American Nervoso and We Are the Romans , respectively. Both albums pushed mathematical metal to a wider audience, crafting dense walls of sound with off-kilter rhythms and snarling vocals in a more accessible manner than their Hydra Head counterparts. Picking up my copy of An Anthology of a Dead End , my attention was immediately drawn to the track titles: Spaim, Japam, Framce, Vietmam, Afghamistam, and Micaragua- the kind of nursery school cipher that might have come from a book on combinations and permutations authored by Richard Scarry. Album 2002 6 Songs. As a result they are the proud fathers of Math-Metal where bands like Dillinger Escape Plan have now taken over. Where alot of bands kept topping their works each time, At the drive-in, Refused, Botch, although following the same path, had TWO records that changed everything. Botch were also a band who always wanted to come up with creative song titles. Previous albums saw them make songs like John Woo and Saint Mathew Returns to the Womb. But this time, the idea was to make one word titles which still fit the obscure sound of Botch. The result, six tracks taking the names of countries and replacing the Ms with Ns. An Anthology of Dead Ends. Released October 15, 2002. An Anthology of Dead Ends Tracklist. Spaim Lyrics. It is the final EP from Botch, releasing after the band had dissolved. An Anthology of Dead Ends Q&A. More Botch albums. We Are the Romans. Show all albums by Botch
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