Friday, 18 November 2011

Welcome to new Kingbathmat website. We shall soon commence releasing songs to download for free upon this very site.

Links

KingBathmat on other sites - facebook,
twitter, myspace,
lastfm, reverbnation
Goffredo Pictures - Video Production - http://www.goffredopictures.co.uk/
Reality Sandwich - Reality Sandwich
ProgRockMusicTalk - http://www.progrockmusictalk.com
AiiRadio - http://aiiradio.net/
HeavyPlanet - www.heavyplanet.net
Jordan Blum (examiner.com) 
http://www.getexposedmusic.com
danteprog.com 
Captain Sib - The Best Medicated Podcasts Anywhere

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Why should you donate?
Of course there is no legitimate reason for you to donate, yet the digital revolution has made it very difficult for smaller bands to accumulate sales and much music is given away for free in order to gain more exposure, and as a busker would actively leave an upturned hat on the street in front of him as he performs in the hope of a gratuity (a tip) from a generous passerby, so this page acts as it's virtual equivalent. Any donation no matter how small is a symbol of acknowledgment, an act of hospitality that displays to us that you value our music and is an active encouragement for us to continue producing this music. In the interest of balance and equality If you dislike the music of KingBathmat and would actively like to discourage the further production of their music the only alternative you have available to you is to post derogatory comments upon our posts.

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Video


Music

Looking for a free mp3 download? Below is a Free To Download 6 track Album by KingBathmat. It features 1 track from each of KingBathmat's 6 albums released to date.

Below are our 7 Albums all available to buy at our bandcamp page.


Buy

KingBathmat downloads can now be purchased at our bandcamp page at http://kingbathmat.bandcamp.com/

Below these persuasive words are hyperlinks, which, if you choose to do so, will give you the option of purchasing instant downloads of the first five KingBathmat Albums on High Quality Mp3. Once you pay using paypal, an email will be instantly dispatched to you, containing a link, that will enable you to instantly download the album. Yes, you can probably find these albums for free to download elsewhere on the internet, yet think of the warm fuzzy feeling that will overcome you when you purchase one of these albums. As a purchase from here is not just a meaningless monetary transfer, it is a show of appreciation and an act of encouragement not just to me but to all independent artists who strive to create music free from the oppressive control of the big machine of the music industry.

Gravity Field (2009) this album was released under the name "gravity field" mainly because of the much heavier material
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Blue Sea, Black Heart (2008)
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Fantastic Freak Show Carnival (2005) as well as this download, there are still CD's available at amazon.co.uk
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Crowning Glory (2004) this album was remixed and remastered in 2008 and that is the download available here
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Son of a Nun (2003) debut album
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About


KingBathmat are a powered up independent/psychedelic/progressive/alternative rock band, hailing from Hastings in England. Initially started by singer/songwriter John Bassett, KingBathmat have now independently released seven albums to date “Son of a Nun” (2003), “Crowning Glory” (2004), “Fantastic Freak Show Carnival”(2005), "Blue Sea, Black Heart" (2008), "Gravity Field" (2009), "Truth Button" (2012) and "Overcoming The Monster" (2013). The 4 piece band comprises of John Bassett (guitar,vocals), Rob Watts (bass) and Bernie Smirnoff (drums).

The musical style of KingBathmat is difficult to ascertain, pin down or pigeon hole and does not sit comfortably in any particular category of music. Often described in reviews as an amalgamation of numerous bands e.g. "the sound of Pink Floyd wrestling with Kasabian", "Black Sabbath cuddled by extravagant ELO harmonies". It is clear that a bewildering array of influences produce a sound on record that circumnavigates the gamut of genres that reside upon this musical sphere.

KingBathmat can resemble at times, a sonic expedition, a giddy aural excursion, visiting genres as diverse and contrary as the complex arrangements that inhabit "progressive rock" interlaced with the cutting vocal melodies of "classic pop" that then tear abruptly into an uncompromising sledgehammer heavy metal riff. A big old slice of distraction cake served with a buttercream filling of abstract and arcane lyrics on a bed of layered vocal harmonies that weave a centrally focused melodic core that lays a strong foundation under each and everyone of their musical emanations, leaving the listener to ponder "Is it an exquisite ornate Faberge Egg or a crumpled up papier mache ball encrusted in moomin juice?"


KingBathmat do not align themselves with convention, they have ditched the giblet hustlers and they endeavour to buck the trend and to not take themselves too seriously. For they do not look for, or court approval. KingBathmat are not beholding to a multi-national company, a debt, or a self proposed obligation. They do what they want.



Press Reviews

Press Reviews for Overcoming The Monster

"Overcoming the Monster is one of the most impressive records I’ve heard this year, and it should cement the group’s place at the top of the current progressive rock scene." popmatters 

"Kingbathmat are one of the most exciting bands that get labelled prog on the scene at the moment, and as this album proves they are so much more than just a prog band.This is an album you need to listen to, on headphones, in one sitting, so you are immersed in its majesty. Faultless." - Classic Rock Society

"one of the very best progressive releases this year, one though completely unique in voice" - Ringmaster Review

"If your looking for one of best modern interpretations of classic progressive rock, KingBathmat and Overcoming the Monster is hidden gem." - Dangerdog Music Reviews

"Imagine what Sabbath would have been like if they collaborated with Porcupine Tree, Spock's Beard and The Mars Volta", "positively bursting with talent, full of innovation and musical dexterity" - Echos and Dust

"This is what KingBathmat do best, inventive prog the leaves you guessing what's going to happen next, with plenty of harmonies and big hooks" - Powerplay Magazine

"If Kingbathmat keeps up with productivity levels and particularly delivering killer songs, there is no telling how much they can achieve" - Infernal Masquerade

"imagine the Seattle grunge scene of the early 1990s having gone majorly prog.  A bit of Soundgarten, a bit of Screaming Trees, etc.  This is better.  Much better" - Progarchy

"A highlight of 2013" - Musikreviews

"It’s an absolute pleasure, and could be construed as ear sex…" - Metalmouth

"A beautiful work that should enable the quartet Hastings to be on the list of my favorite albums at the end of the year." Auxportesdumetal

"This is undoubtedly their high water mark; creepy, tense, energetic, psychedelic, thoughtful.  A complex yet triumphant journey that any music fan needs to take." - Headwarmer

"As strange as the name Kingbathmat may be it's a wonder it's not bandied about more often in prog rock circles and internet discussion groups. These guys are just as killer – if not more so - as the bands they're often compared to" , "Sure to make my list as one of the ten best albums of 2013." - Prognaut

"it is a monster of an album" - hallowed

"I think that just about any fan of prog rock will find something to like about this album" - Progrocket

"Just like its predecessor, Overcoming The Monster (2013) is a very good example that Progressive Rock mixed with more ‘modern’ approaches can be made. Sometimes bands end up copying themselves when it comes to this ‘modern prog’ and all of them sound the same. When it comes to KingBathmat, they’re quite unique in what they do. And you have to respect them for that! Highly recommended." - Progshine

"KingBathmat could well achieve the completely irrelevant rarity of having two of their albums in my top ten this year", "KingBathmat is a synonym for open-minded creativity. Unlike some prog bands whose seriousness can be overwhelming, this band manages to inject intelligence, humour and levity into their song-writing, thus enabling them to share their music and making it a joy to experience" - Ave Noctum

"Sometimes it's hard to keep up with the musical ideas of Bassett and co, it is difficult to predict how the course of musical events develops? Maybe that's why "Overcoming The Monster" is so addictive and intriguing. 9/10" - Rockarea

"A classic in the making!" - Liverpool Sound & Vision


 Press Reviews for Truth Button, Gravity Field, Blue Sea, Black Heart, Fantastic Freak Show Carnival, Crowning Glory, Son of a Nun

"An album for those lovers of the bombastic variety a la Porcupine Tree and Black Sabbath’s intensity. Delusional, raw, uncensored and unvarnished truth in its most virulent and provocative shape." 5/5 ladyobscure
http://www.ladyobscure.com/albums/kingbathmat-truth-button/

"These 6 songs will drag you down into their abyss of magical performance with meaning, as well as a great deal of talent: KingBathmat are definitely the band to be taken close notice of." rockbritain
http://rockbritain.com/2013/01/14/independent-outlook-kingbathmat-truth-button-album-2013/

"this will be the new big thing in prog land","this is already one of the most remarkable albums of this year. And possible already the best album of 2013 in the prog area" lordsofmetal
http://www.lordsofmetal.nl/en/reviews/view/id/23662

"Truth Button is released on 21st Jan and if you are a fan of the non Death metal version of Opeth, Porcupine Tree, Genesis, QOTSA, then KingBathmat will be right up your street. An essential purchase for 2013 and its still only January. Your fave prog band you've yet to hear!" Roomthirteen
http://www.roomthirteen.com/cd_reviews/13206/KingBathmat__Truth_Button.html

"think Black Sabbath colliding with the pop sensibilities of a group like Jellyfish or ELO with the force of a cannon fired, tabasco-studded enchilada." wideningeye
http://thewideningeye.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/review-kingbathmat-truth-button-2013.html

"Musically “Truth Button” is highly original. Imaginative, reflective and full of quirky twists and turns, the net result is a delightful mixture of techniques and sounds from both a bygone and modern age of atmospheric progressive music." Avenoctum
http://www.avenoctum.com/2013/01/king-bathmat-truth-button-stereohead-records/

 "The first great prog album of 2013 and it's a stormer" liverpoolsoundandvision 


"'Behind The Wall' might be the best lead off epic I've heard in years." - wideningeye

"delightfully eccentric. It is a towering achievement and a joy from start to finish. " sonicabuse

"As a whole, “Truth Button” is one of the best Progressive releases we have reviewed in the last few months." infernal masquerade

“Truth Button” will be your Winter Solstice record" - "KingBathmat is way too bright musically" PMM

"Art in Music" - rockmetalessence 

" Just when you think that you’ve heard it all along comes a disc like Truth Button. Kingbathmat create a truly unique sound that never goes where you expect it to"
jerrylucky progressive rock files

 "This is a fantastic piece of independent, alternative/progressive rock music. And I haven't even heard the bonus tracks you get for your fiver. Now 9s out of 10 are normally reserved for albums that make our top five but this year has seen so many cracking releases that I'm moving the goalposts somewhat and giving 9s for stuff that makes my top ten. This has done just that, by a country mile." 9/10 dprp.net DPRP


"Porcupine Tree, The Mars Volta and Radiohead are some of the best known groups keeping progressive rock up to date and with the times. KingBathmat (a name as odd as any you're bound to come across) aligns themselves with this forward thinking trend in progressive rock." progarchives

"Truth Button is an album that impresses instantly and then reveals more and more with each listen", "superb release" - adequacy

"an amazing amalgam of hard-to-define influences ranging from Pink Floyd, The Beatles and The Beach Boys to Black Sabbath, Foo Fighters and Spock's Beard" - 9/10 - sea of tranquility

"a well written, smartly composed collection of songs that will keep your attention from the first note and keep you hanging until the final seconds have ticked by" mass-movement

"In “Fantastic Freak Show Carnival”, King Bathmat has created an (almost) perfect form of escapism. It’s a chance to journey into another universe, one that has a distinctly more psychedelic-tinge, and most importantly is brilliant fun. In fact, it’s all the fun of the fair." - soundsxp

“I've rhetorically asked this question before when reviewing Bassett's previous work, and I'll ask it again now: Considering the material on the four albums from KingBathmat (two of them released when that band was just a one-man project) and the way Bassett mind-melds heavy stoner rock with airy prog on Gravity Field, why isn't this dude famous? Oh, great song titles, too. "Dead Cat Bounce," anyone? ”
- Sea Of Tranquility


"Fantastic Freak Show Carnival's psych-arena rock -- big, blunt Bends-ian chords cuddled by extravagant ELO harmonies"...."a flair for wicked hooks, which rear their infectious heads"..."fantastic stuff" - popmatters


"music from another world"...."The suggestion that Bassett lives an insular life, free from knowledge of modern musical goings-on, couldn't be more ill-informed. On the contrary, Fantastic Freak Show Carnival suggests that he spent 20 years absorbing everything there is to hear in pop music, then developed his ability to effortlessly reproduce it all at once, without ever sounding derivative. Talk about a niche of your own..." - splendid magazine

"An impressively diverse and fascinating piece of work".." If you like the sound of Pink Floyd wrestling with Kasabian, then King Bathmat will rock your world, a mindblower" - Ukmusicsearch reviews

"What is so blindingly obvious throughout the album is that here is something that is going to appeal to those who revel in the fact that their musical tastes are out of the ordinary as well as appealing to the mainstream. The only thing holding these guys back is publicity and it isn't the strength of material as this is an album that i fell in love with the very first time I played it and each time I hear it I get something else from it. - Feedback Fanzine

"KingBathmat, continues his idiosyncratic musical odyssey with probably his most aggressive, and certainly his best, album to date...Great Stuff indeed!" - DPRP.net

"The song Fantastic Freak Show Carnival is really nifty, darting through movements yet sounding so coherently part of something bigger that you begin wondering if you're listening to some long forgotten rock opera by The Who - Tommy 2: Tommy Reloaded. Equally appealing is Ghost In The Fire which demonstrates a turn of phrase that is massively charming in a bitter, yet strangely polite way, and ends up catching a wave of absurd pop perfection like an English wing of the Super Furry Animals." MusicOMH

"an impressively diverse offering, and you never know what to expect next" - subba-cultcha


"a fantastic, listen-to-it-over-and-over record from a powered-up indie-rock trio"..."the album's lush arrangements and its diversity of material, Fantastic Freak Show Carnival at times recalls a simpler version of Brian Wilson's decades-delayed, recently released SMiLE" 4.5/5 - seaoftranquility.org

"KingBathMat's style is a mix of Porcupine Tree, Anti-Depressive Delivery and the likes"...."Simply, this is an album every music lover has to hear." 9/10 - RockReview


"KingBathmat has, in this album, produced its best work to date in all respects" - HHH

"the sound is similar to early soundgarden with tinges of the beatle's magical mystery tour and black sabbath thrown in"... Medway Standard

"a more psych driven Sondre Lerche, strong Andy Partridge walks through acid-drenched forests, some reflective Doves, some progressive Marillion(but early 70`s folk-prog bands,too) and vocally similarities to Crowded House. There`s a strong, clear progressive-rock spirit that sifts in and out of focus on much of the material. Unlike so many of the modern -day prog-rock bands, King Bathmat are writing songs, not jams, melodies, not loose-ideas based around riff-progressions. It`s this adventurous spirit that separates the band`s work inside the pop framework of indie music" Bruce Brodeen - not lame

"A song called 'Rejection', for example, is bursting with psychedelic melody and big production values. 'Sweet Iris' is flowery and folky " - Leonards Lair

music in belgium (France) musiq.no (Norway) Babyblaue (Germany) ojeweb.nl (Netherlands) Arlequins (Italy) melodick (france)

"The dazzling 'Rain On' has the same flawed air of invincibility many people originally associated with John Squire's Seahorses when they heard 'Love Is The Law' for the first time. 'A Million Dreams' meanwhile is the sound of Angel Gabriel emitting a fanfare of guitar and moog over a half-sung, half-spoken diatribe: "Tonight you're mine forever, like a million dreams before" - Dom Gourlay DROWNED IN SOUND UK

"One minute clutching hands round the table and summoning the spirit of Syd Barrett, the next possessed by Edwyn Collins.............he shoots for the moon and beats Sondre Lerche to the surface, times when he plays Mozart to the Salieri of Coldplay and Doves" - LOGO MAGAZINE UK

"Bassett's work truly is a crowning glory, and has the potential to attract both the commercial arm of the music industry, as well as the more discerning, eclectic music aficiandos".................."Bassett tinkers with influences so diverse, it's scary - Led Zeppelin-esque (circa #4),and turning the modern British tendancy to emulate other successful guitar bands on its head, delivering instead a remarkable, fresh look at what British music is (or should) be all about. KingBathmat's approach to both his music and self-promotion should be regarded as ambassadorial" - Album of the month MUSICWORKZ UK

"Crowning Glory is a collection of 10 modern rock songs that are replete with instantly memorable melodies and superb musicianship and ably demonstrate that Bassett's skills as a songwriter are continuing to develop and progress"..."a veritable tour across genres ".."Do yourself a favour and get yourself a copy"... 9/10 DPRP


"The 10 songs here are smart, haunting, introspective, clever and a little sad yet highly listenable"....."Bassett’s voice has improved tremendously between early 2003 and early 2004, to the point where it sounds like it should be heard by the masses".....SEA OF TRANQUILITY USA

"...the fabulous, harpsichord-led “Almost There”, with its skittling drums and swooshy effects, is surely the number one song on Skylab."****...BIRDPAGES UK

"Sophistication, great melodies *4/5" The Insight UK Mar 2004

"King Bathmat may just have sent out a warning to the middle-class safety valve of Damian Rice et al; there's a new contender in the ring, and this boy from Hastings means serious business." - DO SOMETHING PRETTY UK

"The Genius of KingBathmat lies in the way in which he combines all these different influences into very accessible songs.....The sound on the album is amazing' 9/10 - ROCKEZINE NETHERLANDS

"In a landscape where artists and bands are in such a rat race to be discovered and signed, Bassett opts to focus on product. This is very rewarding perspective which creates quite a rewarding effort. - BETTAWRECKONIZE (US)


"If you’re into stylish, musical fumbling using all the right elements from the pop/rock universe, leaving out all the plastic, you should definately consider KingBathmats latest royal speech"......."this British eccentric proves that happy melancholy comes in CD-format"........ MUSIQ NORWAY


"KingBathmat returns triumphantly with a new collection of ten terrific songs in Crowning Glory"......"The instrumentation and arrangements on Crowning Glory are a delight"....."John is in possession of that art of song writing, which feels as though the music has been around forever yet, simultaneously, is fresh and modern" - HHH

"This guy is an extremely talented musician"....... Get Underground USA

"Låtene på denne skiva blir i sammenligning mer lettvektere med et uforløst potensial i bunnen. Såret og utrøstelig spellemann til tross: han har litt igjen før han fyker helt til topps" - PANORAMA NORWAY (translation anybody?)

"That Son of a Nun is a work of one man is quite stunning, it is not often that one comes across someone with a complete musical vision combined with the ability to record it all themselves. Put aside all questions of genre, this is simply a very fine album laden with great melodies, compelling songs and fine musicianship." DPRP - Recomended!
"As much a folk album as a heavy metal record, 'Son Of A Nun' signals the arrival of a strong talent." Leonards Lair

"Why do mainstream-rock hacks like Avril Lavigne get signed to record deals and handed Grammy nominations while talented musicians like John Bassett continue to be overlooked?" Sea of Tranquility

"John Bassett, aka King Bathmat, writes music that's a bit difficult to follow, stylistically speaking. One minute it's somewhere in between Eddie Money and Badly-Drawn Boy -- the latter might be a visual allusion -- and the next it sounds like a crazed circus organist covering a Bryan Adams song, complete with calliope and leather jacket. And that's just on the first two tracks! I hope it catches on" SPLENDIDEZINE

"....Son of a Nun is a corker....a solo star in the making..." gigbite.com

"Son Of A Nun is a brilliant album, debut or otherwise, and one that is going to be hard to follow"...."KingBathmat is on an altogether higher plain" HHH

"high degree of musicianship,...a schizophrenic hippy crossing over into madness" ozonline

"Absolutely wonderful, killer songs, WOW!!!" Miuzik.com

"This can only be applauded"..."A highly recommended album for people who are open-minded about music" blissaquamarine


"Hawkwindy type psychadelic buzz...fairground organ backed pop nugget intense rush.....he thinks big, i like that....." unsignedcentral

"Unfortunate Soul starts out with a dramatic early Traffic or Cream psychedelic mood before settling into a metallic version of English folk music reminiscent of Jethro Tull at their creative peak" freecitymedia

"Not Born 2 Share is pure Carnaby Street psychedelic pop, with bouncy organ, weirdo sci-fi synth effects, and melodic guitar breaks." Aural innovations

"It is not surprising that Weather The Storm opens with storm sounds. Again, the song sticks well in your head, with a certain lightness in places. In other places, the guitar behaves like a cloud of angry bees." - The Axiom of Choice

"For an independent release, the CD has an extraordinarily good production: People should take off their prog-, alterna-, indie- or whatever-blinkers and just listen to this" - The Edge of Time

"Great catchy melodic rock songs, classic yet very modern sounding at the same time" Matchbox Recordings

"Dead set Sexy, nearly flawless, we like it"......."excellent vocals"....."top notch production" Gods of Music

Links to reviews on other sites
http://www.progressiveworld.net/kingbathmat.html
soundsxp
popmatters
splendid
magazine

Ukmusicsearch
reviews

DPRP.net
MusicOMH
subba-cultcha
seaoftranquility.org
RockReview
HHH
Medway
Standard

Leonards
Lair

music in belgium
musiq.no
Babyblaue
ojeweb.nl

Arlequins
melodick
DROWNED
IN SOUND UK

LOGO MAGAZINE UK
Album
of the month MUSICWORKZ UK

Saturday, 5 November 2011

Images

Discography


Below is a full list of every record made by KingBathmat, including cassette demo's and limited edition CD's

Overcoming The Monster (2013)  
1. Sentinel (8.46)  
2. Parasomnia (9.36) 
3. Overcoming The Monster (7.14) 
4. Superfluous (9.03) 
5. Reality Mining (4.40) 
6. Kubrick Moon (11.37)


Truth Button  (2012)  1. Behind The Wall (9:15) 2. Abintra (8.37) 3. Book Of Faces (7.06) 4. The End Of Evolution (9.00) 5. Dives and Pauper (5.56) 6. Coming To Terms With Mortality In The Face Of Insurmountable Odds (10.30)

Gravity Field (2009)
Tracklist: Lost Forever (4.13), Paris Based Think Tank (5.52), Psychoanalyze (5.34), Sheeple (4.17), Illuminati Apocalypse (4.37), Chapter 322 (8.46), Dead Cat Bounce (5.03), The Well Of Sorrow (7.48)

Blue Sea, Black Heart (2008)
Tracklist: Blue Alice (3:26), Paper Bag (6:02), Play By The Rules (4:09), Murder In A Small Town (2:55), Brainwash (4:03), Somebody Else's Child (3:31), The World Outside (3:25), Hello Algebra (3:58)


Fantastic Freak Show Carnival (2005) Tracklist: Ghosts In The Fire (4:31), Fantastic Freak Show Carnival (3:58), Rejected (3:04), King's Ransom (3:17), Hornets Nest (1:24), Sweet Iris (4:55), Simpleton Know It All (3:18), Illuminous Pups (3:26), Wonderful Life (4:57), Interval (1:36), Soul Searching Song (11:27)


Crowning Glory (2004)
Tracklist: As Ever (4:45), The Final Star (3:12), Top Of The World (3:59), Almost There (4:00), Alcohol Sea (5:22), Rain On (3:02), Fair Weather Friend (3:46), The Sun And Moon (4:19), Sunflower Eyes (3:11), A Million Dreams (6:15)


Son of a Nun (2003)
Tracklist: Unfortunate Soul (5:27), Post Traumatic (4:06), Black Horizon (4:02), The River Runs Wild (3:43), Uncle Remus (4:08), Virtual Cartoon (3:24), King Of The Fairies (2:10), Not Born To Share (4:05), Beg & Steal (3:34), Asking The Gods (4:30), Weather The Storm (4:02), No Compromise (3:45)

 
Son of a Nun Outcasts CD (2003)
Tracklist: 1. The Horseshit Song, 2. Johnny's Wedding, 3. Today, 4. Skin, 5. School


Non Slip (KingBathmat Chronicles) (2001)
Tracklist: 1. Alcohol Sea (2001 version), 2. Brand New Crucifix, 3. Certified Insane, 4. Dog Walker, 5. Feedback Station, 6. Homicidal Cannonball, 7. Murder in a Small town, 8. Out of Reach, 9. Sunflower Eyes (2001 spanish),10. Take Allegiance, 11. The Heart is so cold, 12. The Sun and Moon (2001 version), 13. Tiger Sprout, 14. Unpleasent Taster, 15. Untidy, 16. Vermin, 17. Your goin the wrong way, 18. Zero Degrees


Limbo Land (cassette promo) (2000)
Tracklist: 1. The Weaving Spider, 2. No Matter, 3. Limbo Land, 4. Today, 5. Everlasting


Natural Disasters (cassette) (1999)
Tracklist:1. White hot Ice Cool, 2. Hard Cheese, 3. The Road of Kings, 4. Nobody Steals my Girl, 5. Cucullen, 6. Lions & Tigers, 7. Outside, 8. Red Eyes, 9. Shallow Empty Law, 10. Megaphone, 11. Dirty old Backyard Garage, 12. Pleasure Garden,13. Randy


Big Tuna Vol 1 (1998) Cassette
Tracklist: 1. Bonafide Bad Man, 2. Nepotism, 3. Black Horizon, 4. Take Allegiance, 5. Oh Mary