Edsel - My Manacles / Wooden Floors mp3 flac
- Album: My Manacles / Wooden Floors
- MP3: 1580 mb | FLAC: 1505 mb
- Released: 1989
- Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 290
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Edsel was an indie rock/post-hardcore band from Washington, DC. The band originally broke up in 1997, having released four full-length albums, numerous 7" singles and an EP. The group reformed in October 2012 for two shows in New York City to celebrate the remastered reissue of their 1995 album, Techniques Of Speed Hypnosis.
1994 WGNS: Gots No Station Compilation Volume 2 (WGNS) 1994 Penaluna/Savory split 7" w/Jawbox (DeSoto) 1993 Simple Machines: 1990-1993 (Simple Machines) 1993 Coil-Re-Coil/Cats Paw 7" (Merkin) 1992 Wedge 7" Comp. w/Lungfish, Geek & The Hated (Simple Machines) 1990 My Manacles/Wooden Floors 7" (DeSoto) 1989.
High school friends Geoff Sanoff and Nick Pellicciotto met Sohrab Habibion in the Hung Jury Pub during a Lemonheads and Government Issue show in the spring of 1987. In the parking lot of a high school talent show that fall, the three first came across Steve Ward, whose band performed a particularly impressive rendition of "White Rabbit.
I only have Techniques of Speed Hypnosis and their final EP, but they were a great band.
Edsel's first single, "My Manacles," was the first release on the DeSoto Records label In 2015 Habibion joined SAVAK Contents.
Lyrics for top songs by Edsel.
- Arranged By – Edsel
- Bass, Vocals – Steve Ward
- Drums, Vocals – Nick Pellicciotto
- Engineer – Don Zientara
- Guitar, Vocals – Rob Habibion*
- Producer – Eric Lagdameo
NotesRecorded & mixed at Inner Ear Studio 7/5, 7/6, 7/14/1989.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (That Side): R-12825 F-1
- Matrix / Runout (This Side): R-12826 F-1