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||Fex Urbis Lex Orbis CD (2006) |
Jackie Perez Gratz discography Like most of the foremost metallic subgenres (but arguably more than any other), black metal has broadened in definition to include a confounding variety of styles, ranging from the most primitive ...
||Cenotes CD (2011) |
Jackie Perez Gratz albums Recording information: Red Room Recording, Seattle, WA (06/10/2011-06/16/2011).
Personnel: Aaron Gregory (vocals, guitars, banjo, electric sitar); Jackie Perez Gratz (vocals, electric cello); Scotty Morris Sutton (electric sitar, drums).
Audio Mixer: Matt Bayles.
||Dirty Ones CD (2002) |
Jackie Perez Gratz songs San Francisco's Lost Goat has graduated from Rush-like prog to pure metallic rock on the band's third album, The Dirty Ones, recorded by the Fucking Champs' Tim Green. With bassist Erica ...
||West CD (1999) |
Jackie Perez Gratz music CDs Originally released in 1999 and reissued in 2008, THE WEST is the third album by San Francisco ambient electronic duo Matmos. As with their other albums, THE WEST is a sometimes ...
||What the Toll Tells CD (2006) |
Jackie Perez Gratz CD discography It seemed quite hard to believe that Two Gallants could fulfill the expectation created by the quality of their first LP The Throes, but even the angels on the cover of ...
||VI CD (2007) |
Jackie Perez Gratz albums The San Francisco instrumental trio's fourth album (their first was called III, in homage to the Led Zeppelin album of the same name) finds them moving beyond affectionate metal tribute artists ...
||Throes CD (2004)
Jackie Perez Gratz discography This rollicking 2004 debut album by indie-folk duo Two Gallants is a throwback to the rough-and-tumble, hobnail country-blues of the Band and newly electric Dylan, and a heartening sign that yarn ...
||Two Gallants CD (2007) |
Jackie Perez Gratz CD discography The rumpled, downcast folk-blues that comes out of this young duo bears both timeless backwoods mustiness and all the poetry-spouting fireworks of youth. On their third album, they don't mess too ...
||Aluminium Lake CD (2007) |
Jackie Perez Gratz music CDs Concentrick--the side project of the Fucking Champs' guitarist, Tim Green--surprised the faithful with ALUMINUM LAKE. After a couple of outings that perfected a heavier take on Tangerine Dream or Psychic TV, ...
||All We Destroy CD (2011) |
Jackie Perez Gratz songs Recording information: The Atomic Garden.
Photographer: Daryl Darko.
Personnel: Max Doyle (guitar); Jackie Perez Gratz (cello); Zack Farwell (drums).
Audio Mixer: Jack Shirley.
||Scenery of Farewell CD (2007) |
Jackie Perez Gratz CD discography Whether it's the scuffle with the law that broke out at one of their shows in Texas and the subsequent night spent in jail, or the months of continuous touring and ...
||As the Crow Flies CD (2000) |
Jackie Perez Gratz albums After joining Neurosis in the late '80s, guitarist Steve Von Till helped restructure and flesh out the band's hardcore fury and gradually steered the ship into more panoramic territory, adding breadth ...
||Ichthyologist CD (2009) |
Recording information: Red Room, Seattle, WA (08/2008-09/2008); Sharkbite Studios, Oakland, CA (08/2008-09/2008); Studio Litho, Seattle, WA (08/2008-09/2008).
Personnel: Kris Force (violin); Jackie Perez Gratz (electric cello); Lorraine Rath (flute); Cat Gratz (oboe); ...
||Dead Can Dance Tribute: The Lotus Eaters CDs (2004) |
Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: In the Wake of Adversity; Spirit; Cantara; Bylar; Mesmerism; Arcane, The; Windfall Introducing Summoning of the Muse; Cardinal Sin; Oman; Spirit; Lotus Eaters, The; Avatar; Wind That ...
||This Grand Show CD (2008) |
On their second album, the orchestral metal trio Grayceon continue to explore the possibilities established on their first. If This Grand Show isn't as striking as the debut for that reason -- it's a fine consolidation of their strengths first and foremost -- it still lives ...