Rex ‎– C

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Southern Records ‎– 18532-2
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1 Morning
Cello – Poppy BrandesViolin – Julie Liu
7:00
2 Ride Home
Percussion – Brian Deck
4:57
3 New Son
Percussion – Benny Massarella*, Brian DeckViolin, Viola – Julie Liu
10:22
4 Critella
Backing Vocals [Sings] – Tim Rutili
3:28
5 Audrey La 'Mort
Bass – Bundy K. BrownGuitar – Phil Spirito
7:41
6 Jubin
Backing Vocals [Sings] – Tim RutiliPercussion – Benny Massarella*, Brian DeckVocals – Phil Spirito
6:56
7 C
Cello – Poppy BrandesViolin – Julie Liu
8:43
8 All Waves 5:58
9 Porcelain 2:13
10 New Dirge
Cello – Poppy Brandes
8:16
11 Farther Along
Vocals [Sings] – Phyllis Harvey
1:01

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Recorded at Idful, Chicago, IL Feb 2-9 1996.
"Farther Along" recorded at Harvey Home, Hubbard OH.
Mastered at Abbey Road, London, England.

Cover picture © 1900 The Ullman Mfg. Co. New York

All songs © ℗ 1996 Rex

Made in England

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
18532-2 Rex C(CD, Album, RE) Southern Records 18532-2 UK Unknown Sell This Version
18532-2pr Rex C(CD, Album, Promo) Southern Records 18532-2pr UK 1996 Sell This Version

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notec

February 14, 2017
"C" HAS ALL the earmarks of a timeless classic. It's eleven songs weave in and out of traditional rock (never hanging around long enough to tag; proving to me that invention is still possible within the confines of convention); emphatic with adventurism's bursting with embellishments other bands like the Rachel's or the Boxhead Ensemble make whole records out of. Far outreaching 1995's self-titled release, this elucidate record blends just the right measures of strings (showcasing the superb violin and viola of Julie Lui), percussion (Doug Scharin the "backbone" getting help from Brian Deck and Ben Massarella on a couple of songs) and contemporary guitar muscle - to make this one wicked wonder that comes to a climatic boil with lead singer/guitarist Curtis Harvey singing along side his mother on "Farther Along." Kirsten Mccord is no longer with the band, but the drama still is. An important rock recording to be sure.

shadough.williams

shadough.williams

May 29, 2016
Was this ever released on vinyl? The only listing here is for the CD.