2010

Goatsnake - I + Dog Days (2xLP, RE, Ora)

I
Recorded by Count Schneeberger @ his Gas Chamber in Los Angeles Summer 97 & Spring 98.
Buzz Osbourne (Commando) [produced] fucked with Dogcatcher.
Mastered at Capitol Mastering.
All songs copyright 1998 Goatsnake.
Published by Big Plastic Things (ascap) & Sabbath Rehash (bmi).
Thanks to all who have helped out on this project.
Thanks to Lee Dorrian / Rise Above & Frank Kozik / Man's Ruin for originally releasing these recordings.
Goatsnake uses Sunn Amps, Gibson Guitars & Basses and Sabbath riffs exclusively, because they want the best.
I was originally released by Man's Ruin Records as MR174CD/LP in 1999 & Rise Above Records as CDRISE22.

Dog Days
All songs recorded / mixed Summer 99 in Los Angeles, CA by Matthias [except Man Of Light which was recorded / mixed in 97].
[and The Orphan + Raw Curtains which were recorded / mixed by Nick Raskulinecz].
All songs [except Heartbreaker] published By Big Plastic Things [ascap] + Sabbath Rehash [bmi].
Mastered at Southern Studios.
Dog Days was originally released by Southern Lord as SUNN5 limited picture-CD & Picture LP in 2000.

 

Goatsnake - I + Dog Days (2xLP, RE)

I
Recorded by Count Schneeberger @ his Gas Chamber in Los Angeles Summer 97 & Spring 98.
Buzz Osbourne (Commando) [produced] fucked with Dogcatcher.
Mastered at Capitol Mastering.
All songs copyright 1998 Goatsnake.
Published by Big Plastic Things (ascap) & Sabbath Rehash (bmi).
Thanks to all who have helped out on this project.
Thanks to Lee Dorrian / Rise Above & Frank Kozik / Man's Ruin for originally releasing these recordings.
Goatsnake uses Sunn Amps, Gibson Guitars & Basses and Sabbath riffs exclusively, because they want the best.
I was originally released by Man's Ruin Records as MR174CD/LP in 1999 & Rise Above Records as CDRISE22.

Dog Days
All songs recorded / mixed Summer 99 in Los Angeles, CA by Matthias [except Man Of Light which was recorded / mixed in 97].
[and The Orphan + Raw Curtains which were recorded / mixed by Nick Raskulinecz].
All songs [except Heartbreaker] published By Big Plastic Things [ascap] + Sabbath Rehash [bmi].
Mastered at Southern Studios.
Dog Days was originally released by Southern Lord as SUNN5 limited picture-CD & Picture LP in 2000.

 

Goatsnake - I + Dog Days (2xLP, RE, Album, Cle)

I
Recorded by Count Schneeberger @ his Gas Chamber in Los Angeles Summer 97 & Spring 98.
Buzz Osbourne (Commando) [produced] fucked with Dogcatcher.
Mastered at Capitol Mastering.
All songs copyright 1998 Goatsnake.
Published by Big Plastic Things (ascap) & Sabbath Rehash (bmi).
Thanks to all who have helped out on this project.
Thanks to Lee Dorrian / Rise Above & Frank Kozik / Man's Ruin for originally releasing these recordings.
Goatsnake uses Sunn Amps, Gibson Guitars & Basses and Sabbath riffs exclusively, because they want the best.
I was originally released by Man's Ruin Records as MR174CD/LP in 1999 & Rise Above Records as CDRISE22.

Dog Days
All songs recorded / mixed Summer 99 in Los Angeles, CA by Matthias [except Man Of Light which was recorded / mixed in 97].
[and The Orphan + Raw Curtains which were recorded / mixed by Nick Raskulinecz].
All songs [except Heartbreaker] published By Big Plastic Things [ascap] + Sabbath Rehash [bmi].
Mastered at Southern Studios.
Dog Days was originally released by Southern Lord as SUNN5 limited picture-CD & Picture LP in 2000.

2000

Goatsnake - Goatsnake I (CD, Album, RP)

Recorded by Count Schneeberger @ his Gas Chamber in Los Angeles summer of 97 & spring of 98.

In early 2000 Man's Ruin Records present 13 releases for exclusive distribution in the domestic US by Red Destribution.
Those releases have new cat# (751 0XX-2).

This is the second pressing with Red Distribution cat#.
First edition from 1999 with Man's Ruin cat# (here).

1999

Goatsnake - Goatsnake I (CD, Album)

Recorded by Count Schneeberger @ his Gas Chamber in Los Angeles summer of 97 & spring of 98.

This is the first pressing with Man's Ruin cat#.
Second edition from 2000 has different cat# (here)

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