Thought Riot Discography of CDs
||Sketches Of Undying Will CD (2003) |
Thought Riot discography We all remember the moment when it was obvious that the Police were finished: it was when we turned over our new copies of the Synchronicity album and saw a picture of a somber, shirtless Sting solemnly reading a volume of Jung, holding it up to make sure the camera registered the author. Open the jewel case of Thought Riot's second album, and it's worse: there are all the band members, each in a separate photo, and each reading a book: Bryan Fantastic's is carefully positioned so you can see it's by Camus, and Marc Riot ups the ante by wearing -- get this -- a Nietzsche t-shirt (Undying will? Nietzsche? Get it?). Hopefully they meant this as some kind of self-parody -- though song titles like "I Voted for Nader" and "Hermit of Sils Maria" are not encouraging; the pithy "You're Gonna Die" offers a glimmer of hope. The lyrics are mostly not bad, though, and the music nicely straddles a fine line between claustrophobic youth-crew precision, and exuberant old-school punk bluster. Highlights include the eminently singable "On New Tablets," and the nicely arranged "Homeland Insecurities." Not bad at all, but I hope they're not too disappointed when it fails to change the world by much. ~ Rick Anderson
Recorded at the Art Of Ears, Hayward, California in May 2003.
Personnel: Thought Riot (background vocals); Adam Parker (drums); D.B.C. (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Andy Ernst.
Recording information: The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA (05/2003).
Arranger: Thought Riot.
Thought Riot: Marc Riot (vocals, guitar); Bryan Fantastic, Kelley Dangerously (guitar); Mikey Wunderbar (bass); Adam Parker (drums).
Additional personnel: DBC, Jon, Paul, Chip, Ryan, Jake, Mike, Brett X, Rob, Daevid.
||Shattered Mirror Syndrome CD (2002)
Thought Riot songs Stockton, CA-based Thought Riot's debut tenders hardcore punk with repetitive, memorable riffs, gang choruses that are indicative of the unity the band espouses, and the left-wing political allusions that being on Anti-Flag's A-F Records mandates. ~ Brian O'Neill
Compared To A.F.I.;Also From The East Bay
Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, California.
Personnel: Robin (background vocals).
Thought Riot: Marc Riot (vocals); Kelley Dangerously (guitar, background vocals); Brian Stark (guitar); Mike (bass); ...
||Fueling The Flames Of Revolution CD (2003) |
Thought Riot CD discography Virus Nine/Anti-Flag/Inhuman/ Morning Glory/Modey Lemon
Illustrator: Jeremy McFarren.
Thought Riot Songs
Popular or famous Thought Riot music songs: Hard words, Not Our Property, Duality of the Revolutionary, On Friends and Mistakes, American Deity. More music songs Pillow Over the Face as Therapy, Pillow Over the Face Therapy, You're Gonna Die, Glenview, Hermit of Sils Maria, Breaking Old Tablets. More music songs Song in Response To, Save the Humans, All for God, And a Gun for All, Struggle, Homeland Insecurites, Walking Stick For the Weak. More music songs Sign of the Times, On New Tablets, Homeland Insecurities. See All Songs
Thought Riot albums Key Personnel
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Rob||Karma To Burn, Kreator, Tori Amos, Ann Beretta, Enter Shikari, Otep, Pro-Pain, Arthritic Foot Soldiers, Deerhoof, Dust Galaxy|
|Mike||Destruction, No Trigger, Planes Mistaken For Stars, 112, Black Eyes, Dr. Israel, Fury Of Five, Hentchmen, Maxwell, Tsunami Bomb|
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