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Includes lyric booklet
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Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
Jewel case CD with 6 page booklet. Includes digital download of 2018 Re-mastered Edition.
This is the ORIGINAL 1998 CD release of Fear & Bullets remixes (not the newly remastered 2018 edition). These rare CDs were released by Invisible/Deezal records in 1998. There is a small quantity in stock, available for order only here on Bandcamp.
Includes unlimited streaming of Fear And Bullets (1998 Edition Remastered)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
"Fear And Bullets: Music To Accompany The Crow" was a component of a special edition of The Crow graphic novel published by Kitchen Sink Press and Graphitti Designs in 1994, limited to 1500 copies. This version of the album is a remixed and re-worked edition that was made available as a stand-alone item in 1999.
released October 26, 2018
Trust Obey is:
John Bergin - vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, programming
Brett Smith - guitar
All music written and produced by Trust Obey
All lyrics written by James O'Barr and John Bergin, except 9; lyrics by Bryan Willette, James O'Barr, and John Bergin
Engineering Assistance - Bart Biechele and Mike Miller
Mixed 1998 at Westend Recording Studios, Kansas City, Missouri
All songs cast and manufactured at Grinder Studios 1990-1993
Mastered by Robert Rich at Soundscape Productions, 2018
Cover illustration by John Bergin
Interior Illustrations by James O'Barr and John Bergin
Design by John Bergin
All songs published by Grinder Tool & Die
Thank you to Patrick Hopewell for performing bass on previous takes of 2 and 6
supported by 6 fans who also own “Fear And Bullets (1998 Edition Remastered)”
The programming from Walter is exciting - I would like more and longer instrumentals with some slower build up songs. This may be in extended versions....I am hoping Walter to do it the same way.
Either way there is potential for their new album to be great but be different to past albums with these new exciting instrumentals.
Chris' has wonderful shades of light and dark these days - mesmerising.