||Retro Pop Remasters: Best of Parasites CD (2006) |
Bob Masucci discography Parasites (USA): Dan Cofer, Scott Cofer, Ray Lujan, Damon Fries, Rob Goellner, Dave Masucci, Rob Green, Jason Duncan, Dave Parasite.
Personnel: Dave Parasite (vocals, guitar); Rob Green (guitar, background vocals); Damon Fries (guitar); Rob Goellner, Bob Masucci, Dan Cofer (drums); Ray Lujan, Jason Duncan (background vocals).
Audio Remasterer: Mass Giorgini.
Recording information: Dancing Dog, Oakland, CA; Fishtracks, Portsmouth, NH; Grampa Studios, Brooklyn, NY; Lillypad Studios, Union City, NJ; Sonic Iguana, ...
||Compost CD (1999) |
Bob Masucci albums Personnel: Dave Parasite (vocals, guitar); Mike Alexander, Danny Miller , Damon Fries, Rob Green (guitar); Bob Masucci, Dan Cofer (drums).
Parasites includes: Dave Parasite (vocals, guitar, bass); Rob Green (guitar); Jason Duncan (bass); Dan Cofer (drums).
||Pair CD (1994) |
Bob Masucci CD discography Guaranteed to appeal to anyone who has ever been in a sour relationship or dumped -- almost every song on here is about heartbreak through a guy's perspective. One could say that singer/songwriter Nikki Parasites has had some trauma under his belt that he deals with everyday, and that the Parasites are his way of coping. A lot of this can be found on Pair, along with some of the catchiest pop-punk to come out of the Bay Area, no matter how many times this has been done before. The only drawback is that after a while, one could easily get sick of Nikki's whining with lyrics like "since you said goodbye to me/I've done nothing but cry/I can't live without you/I don't want to try." Insert rolling of the eyes here. ~ Mike DaRonco
Recording information: CD Studios, San Francisco, CA; Dancing Dog; Grampa ...
||Punch Lines CD (1994)
Bob Masucci music CDs The Parasites' Descendents/All style bubblegum pop/punk seems as old as the Black Hills, and indeed it's been a few years since their last full-length LP. As well, the group is down to just drummer Bob Masucci and singer/guitarist Nikki Parasite (who now is handling studio bass as well), but this is by far their most satisfying release. Credit Army's production, a cleaner, brighter, more pleasant sound that doesn't deplete the requisite edge, ...