Hilt ‎– Journey To The Center Of The Bowl

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Nettwerk ‎– W2-30056
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Tracklist

1 Birdwatcher 4:12
2 950 4:44
3 Superhoney 4:09
4 Way Out There 6:00
5 222 2:34
6 El Diablo 5:28
7 Loudmouth Canyon 5:05
8 Home 3:57
9 314 3:25
10 Sandy Feet 2:27
11 Never Gonna Fall Again 3:41
12 Walkin On Thunder 4:22
13 Crazy For You 3:33
14 Real Cool Rain 2:50
15 World's Goin Down 6:26
16 The Ride 5:19

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Credits

Notes

℗ & © 1991 Nettwerk Productions
Made in Canada by Nettwerk Productions Ltd. Distributed by Capitol Records - EMI of Canada.
Unauthorized copying of this recording in any form is strictly prohibited.

Published by Squeltch / Birdwatcher Songs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 6700-30056-2 3
  • Matrix / Runout: made by/fabriqué par DISQUE AMERIC CANADA GEM1<111>W230056
  • Other (Etched On Inner Plastic Hub): DISQUE AMERIC INC

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Hilt Journey To The Center Of The Bowl(16xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Nettwerk none US 2009
W2-30056, W4-30056 Hilt Journey To The Center Of The Bowl(Cass, Album) Nettwerk, Nettwerk W2-30056, W4-30056 Canada 1991 Sell This Version

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July 19, 2014
Somebody needs to reissue this on Vinyl!!

July 21, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I love this release. There are so many different styles of music that Hilt adds in each release, this one in particular, that one can not hate this band and there seems to be a track for everyone.
A good example: You have the slow tracks such as "Birdwatcher" and "The Ride" that set the feel for the whole album overall. There are tracks like "Superhoney" and "Way Out There" that any lady-fan of the pop world would fall in love with, that's right, love ballads! Then there are tracks like "222", "950", "314", "Crazy For You" that any punk fan would get a kick out of. Industrial? I don't know. This is one of cEvin Key's side projects that I think is just him experimenting with sounds and styles and seeing what he can get away with. Ended up being a success in my book. To bad they don't have fun like this anymore.