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Skeptics - III Album

Performer:

Skeptics

Title:

III

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

2275 mb

Label:

Flying Nun Records, Festival Records

Rating:

4.8

Style:

Industrial

Country:

New Zealand

Date of release:

1992

Catalog:

FNCD109, D 30313

Skeptics - III Album

Tracklist

1Turnover5:21
2Crave3:48
3Rain3:57
4Luna4:01
5Affco4:05
6La Motta4:17
7Notice3:57
8Agitator6:42
9Feeling Bad4:58

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FN109Skeptics III ‎(LP, Album)Flying Nun RecordsFN109New Zealand1987
FNCD109, D 30313Skeptics III ‎(CD)Flying Nun Records, Festival RecordsFNCD109, D 30313New Zealand1992
FNCD109, FNCT011Skeptics III ‎(CD, Album)Flying Nun Records, Captured TracksFNCD109, FNCT011US2013
FNLP109, FNCT011Skeptics III ‎(LP, Album, RE)Flying Nun Records, Captured TracksFNLP109, FNCT011New Zealand2013

Credits

  • Artwork [Graphic Design]John Halvorsen
  • Backing VocalsBrent McLachlan
  • Backing Vocals, Bass, SamplerNick Roughan
  • Drums, Percussion, SamplerDon White
  • EngineerBrent McLachlan, Nick Roughan
  • GuitarJohn Halvorsen
  • ProducerBrent McLachlan, Skeptics
  • Vocals, SamplerDavid D'Ath

Notes

Recorded at Writhe Recording 1987.
Reissued in a digitally remastered version in 1992 with same catalogue numbers and artwork. Digitally remastered at Marmalade 1991.

Different from Skeptics - III by the CD printing itself (more things than band name and label logo written, plus compact disc logo)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 9 399603 031322

Companies

  • Recorded At – Writhe Recording
  • Mastered At – Marmalade Studios

Album

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