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Portraits Of PastPortraits Of Past

Label:Ebullition Records (2) – Ebullition 32
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Emo, Hardcore

Tracklist

A1KQED Equals Volvo
A2Bang Yer Head
A3The Control Freak
B1Implications Of A Sinkhole Personality
B2The Outlook Is Bleak
B3Snicker Snicker
B4Something Less Than Intended
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First pressing in printed red art cover. Comes with a band insert with lyrics, credits, and band photo, as well as a blue Ebullition Records insert with label graphics and a short story.

This record was later repressed on several different colors of vinyl, issued with one of two different hand-screened cover designs in various ink colors.

Sides are labeled 0 and 00. This edition on black vinyl.

Recorded in Stanford, CA Nov. 1995. Cover photo taken sometime July, 1995. Insert photo taken Nov. 1996, somewhere in Santa Cruz, CA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): EBULLITION #32 SIDE A L-46448
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): EBULLITION #32-SIDE B L-46448-X

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Portraits Of Past (LP, Album, Green Transparent)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition 32US1996
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Portraits Of Past (LP, Album, Red Transparent)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition 32US1996
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Portraits Of Past (LP, Album, Repress)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition 32USUnknown
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Portraits Of Past (LP, Album, Repress, Green)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition 32USUnknown
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Portraits Of Past (LP, Album, Repress, Blue Transparent)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition 32USUnknown

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jakubowskij's avatar
jakubowskij
I would have to agree with Smithsnerd here. It was so far ahead of it's time it took years for anyone to realize how good it was. I'm not sure anything touches it in the genre whatever fucking genre you wanna call it. Great songs, unique sounding mix, great lyrics and the best LP packaging ever?
sorryitsnotJUDGE's avatar
my fave of all the 'post hardcore' stuff that came out around this time.. flawless stuff.