The Minders ‎– Cul-De-Sacs & Dead Ends

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spinART Records ‎– PCD-5555, Elephant Six Recording Co. ‎– PCD-5555
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1 Build
Backing Vocals [Harmony Vocals] – Chris McDuffie, Robert SchneiderBass, Guitar, Percussion – Robert SchneiderDrums – Hilarie Sidney
2 Almost Arms
Bass – Robert SchneiderPercussion [Knee Slappin'] – Hilarie Sidney
3 Chatty Patty
Backing Vocals [Harmony Vocals] – Jim McIntyre, Robert SchneiderBass, Percussion – Robert SchneiderGuitar – Chris McDuffie
4 Paper Plane
5 Sally
6 Big Machine
Written-By – T. Ealam*
7 Rocket 58
Keyboards [Space-age Keyboard] – Tony GreenbergTheremin, Backing Vocals [Harmony Vocals] – Robert Schneider
8 Better Things
9 Weigh The Anchor
Written-By – Marc Willhite
10 Now I Can Smile
11 Black Balloon
12 Hand Me Downs
Written-By – Marc Willhite
13 Bicycle
14 Step Right Up
15 As Good As You Are
Double Bass [Upright Bass] – Rob Greene
16 Waterlooville
17 Time Vs. Length

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Tracks 1 to 3 recorded on reel-to-reel 8 track at Pet Sounds in Denver, CO from Nov. 95 - Jan. 96.
Tracks 4 to 17 recorded at the Walk-In Closet Studio on reel-to-reel 4 track in Denver, CO from July 96 - Sept. 98.
Tracks 13 to 15 were completed at the Walk-In Closet in Portland, OR on reel-to-reel 8 track from Nov. 98 - Jan. 99.

Tracks 1 to 3 originally released as the Minders' first 7" record titled <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/1441802">"Come On And Hear!"</a> by the Elephant 6 Recording Co., 1996.
Tracks 4 to 6 were originally released as a 7" record titled <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/1450479">"Paper Plane"</a> by the Elephant 6 Recording Co., 1996.
Tracks 7 to 9 were originally released as a 7" record titled <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/1554794">"Rocket 58"</a> by 100 Guitar Mania, 1997.
Tracks 10 to 12 were originally released as a 7" record titled <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/1554781">"Black Balloon"</a> by Little Army, 1998.
Track 16 was originally released on the Chunklet Magazine compilation #14, 1998.
Tracks 13 to 15 and 17 were previously unreleased.

Issued with original sleeve and Japanese insert which includes lyrics and Japanese liner notes.

Originally issued with OBI.

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