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This Side Up - Caught By Surprise Album

This Side Up - Caught By Surprise Album

  • Performer: This Side Up
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Caught By Surprise
  • Released: Jan 2001
  • Style: Hardcore
  • Label: Goodwill Records
  • Catalog: GW00599
  • Country: Italy
  • MP3 version size: 2833 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1601 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 616

Tracklist

1Stay Away
2The Difference
3Keep The Faith
4Struggle
5Mistakes
6Innocent Eyes
7Today
8My Life
9Changes
10Empty Shouts
11Welcome
12Battlefields
13Common Guy
14Pride
15My Best Friend

Credits

  • Cover, ArtworkDario Adamic
  • DrumsAndrea Pipino (tracks: 13 to 15)
  • Drums, Backing VocalsAndrea (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Engineer, Mixed ByAlex Rolfi
  • Guitar, Backing VocalsJacopo, PG
  • Lyrics ByAndrea Rossi (tracks: 9), Dario Adamic, Pierluigi Garibaldi (tracks: 9)
  • Mixed ByThis Side Up
  • Photography By [Front]Ivana Spicer
  • Photography By [Inner Sleeve]Flavia , Jobst Eggert, Kim Bae, Matthias Wagner
  • Recorded ByDavid Camaccia (tracks: 11, 12), Massimiliano Nevi (tracks: 13)
  • Vocals, BassAdam
  • Written-ByDario Adamic

Notes

Recorded in Summer/Fall of 1988 at Joe's Garage studios and 999 Cellar in Rome. Mixed in Spring of 1999 at 3 Million Voices studios in Rome.
Tracks 13 and 14 recorded March 1996 at Electric Lady Studios in Rome.
Track 15 recorded in October of 1995 at Cantoberon studios in Rome.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: MANUFACTURED by TECNEL
  • Matrix / Runout: 60330 GW 00599
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3U57

Companies

  • Distributed By – Dirty Old Town
  • Distributed By – Get Off Records
  • Distributed By – Remedy Records
  • Distributed By – Riot Records
  • Recorded At – Joe's Garage, Roma
  • Recorded At – 999 Cellar
  • Mixed At – Two Million Voices
  • Recorded At – Electric Lady Studio
  • Recorded At – Cantoberon Studio
  • Designed At – Goodwill Graphics
  • Manufactured By – Tecnel

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Comments

Jogas Jogas
90's melodic HC/Punk based in Italy, but of international (Croatian, British, Italian) pedigree. Style ranges from oldschool HC in the vein of Gorilla Biscuits and Ignite over melodic HC a la' Bad Religion or Funeral Oration, to poppy Punk Rock stuff like Samiam or Jawbreaker. However, whether they go for slower or faster stuff, it always works. Good hooks, nice guitar work, memorable melodies and great engaged lyrics about stuff like environment, war, friendship, HC scene, relationships, stage diving, etc. The back cover is really something, as each song is represented as a cover of a fanzine (Maximumrocknroll, Heartattack, No Idea, Zips & Chains, Probe, Profane Existence,...). A must have!