RIYL: 90's Soundgarden Videos, Alice in Chains
Do you miss grunge? Do you wish you could see Soundgarden and Alice in Chains videos on your TV on the regular?
Well check out the video below from Seattle’s Devotion! YES! Devotion are back!
Their new record is now available and on limited edition purple vinyl. You should spend your money on this instead of heroin. Heroin is bad, mmm kay?
Just look at the hair and the clothes! If you were watching MTV in the middle 90’s then you’ll find yourself tapping your foot along with this jam. And maybe head banging a little.
Vinyl version of the Headspace Astronaut album. Beautiful full color jacket and insert. Available in your choice of black or limited edition purple vinyl (while supplies last).
ATTENTION EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS! You can save on shipping by ordering the LP direct from Barcelona's Can't Keep Us Down Records (ckudxbcn dot bigcartel dot com)
Released by CKUD Records in Europe.
Released by Devotion in North America.
Includes unlimited streaming of HEADSPACE ASTRONAUT via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
ships out within 7 days
released April 20, 2016
Vocals, lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars - Mark Palm
Drums, percussion, acoustic slide guitar - Aaron O'Neil
Bass guitar - Adam Vernick
Lead and rhythm guitar, piano - Sean Meyer
Lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitar, additional vocals, synth - Bob Reed
All music written by Mark Palm and Devotion
All lyrics written by Mark Palm
Recorded and mixed during 2012 and 2013 at HMS Studios, Columbia City Theater, and Squared Studios - Seattle, WA
Engineered and mixed by Jackson Long
Produced by Jackson Long and Devotion
Engineering assistance at Columbia City Theater by Gary Mula
Additional editing by Stu McKillop at Rain City Recorders - Vancouver, BC
Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Mastering - Portland, OR
Layout and design by Mark Palm
Portrait photography by Sean Meyer
Astronomical photography by Hubble Space Telescope
Bernal Sphere Space Colony painting by Rick Guidice
Hubble and Bernal Sphere images courtesy of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
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