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January 1, 2004
℗ 2004 Failure
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January 1, 2004
℗ 2004 Failure
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Year of the Rabbit
Secrets of the Lost Satellite
Secrets of the Lost Satellite is the debut solo album by Ken Andrews. The album cover features the Nazca Lines taken by photographs from the Spot satellite in which the album was most likely named after. The tour that followed involved the band First Wave Hello opening for Ken and supporting Ken as his solo band. This was the first time Ken played Failure, ON and Year of the Rabbit songs as well as his new solo songs in the same set.
The Nurse Who Loved Me - A Tribute to Failure
Electra 2000 is the second studio album by the Champaign, Illinois post-hardcore band Hum. Originally released in 1993 by 12 Inch Records, the first run was limited to 1,000 copies had the band's name printed in black lettering. The album also included "Monty Python Organ Grinder", an instrumental Monty Python song included as a secret track. The second release contains the same track listing as the first, but slightly different cover art, with red lettering rather than black. The album was released for a third time in 1997 by Martians Go Home and contains "Diffuse" as the final track. The song was recorded during the Electra 2000 sessions, but was initially released on the various artists compilation Feast of the Sybarites.
A music video was produced for "Iron Clad Lou".
The Heart Is a Monster
The Heart Is a Monster is the fourth studio album by the alternative rock band, Failure. It is the follow up to 1996's Fantastic Planet. The album was released on June 30, 2015, via INgrooves Music Group's artist services division, INresidence.
Fantastic Planet is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Failure, released on August 13, 1996. It was the last album released on Slash Records as distributed by Warner Bros. Records.
The album was produced by Failure themselves in a process that took longer than their previous two albums, with one song being recorded and produced soon after being written, and repeating this process. Space-rock themes are present in the lyrics, as well as various indirect references to drug addiction, drug-related experiences, and prostitution. The album is cyclical, in that the chiming sound effect which ends the final track "Daylight" begins the opening track "Saturday Saviour", and was the beginning of a system of numerically designated segues in Failure's studio work, which would continue on later albums.
Despite receiving critical acclaim, the album failed to chart on Billboard 's Top 200 albums, but did produce a charting single with "Stuck on You", which reached #23 on Billboard 's Alternative Songs Chart. Seven of the album's songs were also included on Failure's Essentials, a best-of collection from 2006.
Magnified is the second album by the American alternative rock band Failure. Magnified differs greatly from Failure's debut album Comfort by using a great deal of bass guitar distortion. Their use of a bassline as the main structure to the song as well as distortion can be heard best on "Frogs" and "Wonderful Life". Harmonics are also used extensively and can be heard quite prominently on the songs "Moth", "Wonderful Life" and "Empty Friend".
In the Future Your Body Will Be the Furthest Thing from Your Mind
Hot Traveler (Single Version)
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