||Quiero Ser CD (2004)
Mario Jimenez music CDs Director: Jaime Espinoza.
Photographer: William Hames.
Arrangers: Jaime Espinoza; Los Hombres X.
Personnel: Jaime Espinoza (vocals); Segio Godinez (guitar); Mario Jimenez (bajo sexto); José Manzano (accordion); José Ortega (keyboards).
Recording information: Chex Studios, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico; Estudio X; JC Music Studios, Santa Maria, CA.
||Gato Hunch CD (1995) |
Mario Jimenez albums Track 12, listed on the disc as "Bonus Track," is an excerpt of a speech by Noam Chomsky at M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 9, 1995.
Stanford Prison Experiment includes: Mario Jimenez (vocals).
Personnel: Mario Jimenez (vocals); Mike Starkey (guitar); Davey Latter (drums); Tom Gordon (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Andy Baker.
Recording information: Clubhouse Studio, Burbank, CA (03/01/1995-03/31/1995).
||Godmoney CD (1997) |
Mario Jimenez CD discography You know a lot has changed when movie soundtracks are filled with contemporary punk rock. And though the genre is not what it once was, this 22-songer is one of the better compilations of what it still is, since it insists on the more prominent groups who can play and write, such as Down by Law, Pennywise, Guttermouth, Rollins Band, Ten Foot Pole, AFI, Voodoo Glow Skulls (good variety), and the real punk-pop comer, MXPX. Best of all, there's a terrific Descendents track, "Lucky," that was left off their comeback LP, Everything Sucks -- it's an English B-side from the I'm the One single. ~ Jack Rabid
Recording information: A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); Clubhouse Studio, Burbank, CA (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); Eldorado Recording Studios, Burbank, CA (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); Fat Planet (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); For the Record (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); Paramount Studios, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); Poynter's Palace, Little Rock, AK (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); Sorcer Studios, New York, NY (03/01/1995-04/??/1995); T.M.L.Studios, ...