Category: Post Punk
The Verdict - Various - The Future Looks Bright (Vinyl, LP)
Label: Posh Boy - PBS-120,SST Records - none • Format: Vinyl LP, Sampler, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Punk
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In , following a parting of the ways with SST Records, Posh Boy decided to re-package the 'The Future Looks Bright' album, adding additional tracks by Social Distortion, T.S.O.L., Redd Kross, Shattered Faith, Symbol 6 and Channel 3. Each configuration - LP, cassette and CD - managed to have different track listings/5(25).
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Future Looks Good is a song from OneRepublic's fourth studio album, Oh My My, released on October 6th, The track serves as the second track on the album. It was also released as a promotional single before the album was released. It is in the key of B♭ major and was written and produced by Ryan Tedder and Brent Kutzle.
Feb 25, · referencing The Future Looks Bright Ahead, Cass, Smplr, PBC, none Excellent sampler. I have it still and this list of the songs helps since the tape labels have worn off and the paper insert was destroyed long time ago/5(22).
Jun 05, · Various Artists – The Future Looks Bright LP ( Posh Boy Records) When I was a teenager, I picked up a Posh Boy compilation called The Future Looks Brighter based solely on the fact that it had Social Distortion on it and I was a huge fan of that band. Upon reading the liner notes while proceeding to wear holes in my first copy of that record, I came to learn that there was originally a.
Missing Something EP by The Bright Light Social Hour, released 28 September 1. Missing Something 2. Trip With Lola 3. Alternate Loving 4. Past the Edge of Time 5. Inside Out Produced by the band, mixed by Spoon’s Jim Eno, and mastered by Dave Cooley (J Dilla, Wolf Alice, Blood Orange, M83), Missing Something was released Friday, September 28 on Modern Outsider Records.
Posh Boy Records was a Hollywood, California-based record label owned by the American-born, British-educated Robbie "Posh Boy" Fields, a sometime high school substitute teacher and former copy boy at the Los Angeles Times who took an interest in the emerging punk rock scene in Orange County, California during the late s.. The label's releases enjoyed substantial airplay on Rodney.
George Marino @ Sterling Sound is an absolute master @ mastering. This album sounds truly amazing, to the point that if you close your eyes while listening, you'll swear you're back in sitting in the studio with Cat. You hear every nuance on this record, from the bright splash of the cymbols, to the low frequency responce from the kick drum.