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released: n/a
to be determined These are songs that aren't available on any of the real releases.

Clique War was recored in May 2004, but we didn't finish mixing it until February 2005. We just really suck. It was recorded on Raland's computer, with his OEM soundcard, in my garage. Eventually it was mixed, with my OEM soundcard, in my kitchen.

Facing Up was recorded in October 2003, with a process similar to Clique War. Except Facing Up was actually done first.

Whispers was recorded centuries ago, with a significantly different line up. It is also the only surviving example of guitar solos in our music.
Too Little, Too Late
released: tbd
to be determined
Panic Device
Worst Case Scenario
Fat Farm
Running Joke
Opening Eyes
Drums and bass were recorded in the summer of 2001. Vocals were done around December of the same year. Guitars... we'll see.
Seen One, Seen'Em All
released: March 2003
Seen One, Seen'em All These three songs were written and recorded during three brief "reunions". ("reunion" reads: all of us in the same town at the same time).

Each song was put together in a day, then recorded the next. Considering it took us months to write songs when we were "active"... pretty speedy, eh?

The idea was to make the EP available at the March 8th "reunion" show, which, of course, was cancelled. The EP lives on, however, and it comes with a t-shirt!
Lowest Common Denominator
released: October 1999
Lowest Common Denominator
Unholy Exhumation
Failed Expectations
Cyclical Retardation
Dead Simple
We recorded and mixed this one in a couple of days at Deep9 studios. By the end of it, ears were fried and not too... picky.

Includes some pre-historic unreleased music, video and other assorted crap.
Collapse Into Despair
released: February 1998
Collapse Into Despair Originally we recorded at a community college. We weren't happy with the guitar sound, so we re-recorded them in various places.

The bass might have been re-recorded too, I can't remember.

I don't remember anything about mixing and mastering.

No longer available on CD, so download it.