2008 double vinyl LP release. Prisonshake has completed their long-threatened double-album, Dirty Moons. An underground rock Chinese Democracy, maybe, but with less drama and way less money. Guitarist Robert Griffin founded the Scat label in 1989 for Prisonshake, and to some extent it has continued to exist in hopes of releasing this album. These recordings, all but one done entirely in the analog domain between 1995 to 2007, encompass both realism and Psychedelia, sometimes via tape manipulation and found sound. Performances range from the completely live (even vocals) to near Bob Ezrin-levels of production, but all have an everybody-in-the-room recording at their core. 22 tracks. Scat Records.
side 1 1. Fake Your Own Death (5:45)
2. I Will Comment (2:34)
3. The Cut-Out Bin (3:18)
4. Dream Along (4:33)
5. You're Obviously the One (4:05)
side 2 1. Your Sad Friend (1:01)
2. Favorite Hospital (2:26)
3. Scissors Suite: (11:58)
The Wonder of Me
Rebecca, You're the Rain
Memo from Chambers
4. the Understudy (4:05)
5. Nowhere Near (Slight Return) (0:37)
Side 3, Track 1. Janus (2:28)
2. Year of the Donk including The Leftover Monkey (10:25)
3. We've Only Tasted the Wine (6:03)
Side 4, Track 1. in Disguise (3:00)
2. Crush Me (3:09)
3. Fuck Your Self-Esteem (3:17)
4. Go Blind (3:32)
5. It Was a Very Good Year (5:12)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.