Wilderness Days

by Lubec

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"Like a Shakespearean mise en abyme, Wilderness Days contains all of Nothing Is Enough! alongside six additional recordings sequenced into a compelling whole. The full-length is intended to capture and contextualize most if not all of Lubec's early work as the band prepares what it considers a proper first full-length, which it is currently recording. That said, there is nothing in this collection that can be characterized as "improper;" Wilderness Days feels like a single collection of music, not a pastiche. As we've quipped elsewhere, there's only one way Lubec could have improved on Nothing Is Enough!, and that would be to make it longer."

-Clicky Clicky Music Blog


released 15 January 2013
Side A:
1.) Evan Wright
2.) Your Magic Wand
3.) Cherry Adair
4.) Gang Knife Battles
5.) Salar's Decay Theory
6.) You'll Know Then

Side B:
7.) Holiday Traffic
8.) Rip Tide
9.) Run With What You've Found
10.) You'll Know Then Reprise
11.) You're A Good Idea (Theme From Lubec)
12.) Wilderness Days

Side 1 from Nothing Is Enough!, TAT002, 2011.
Side 2 previously unreleased.
Recorded at Ernestine Studios Tobacco Farm
Drum Engineerng on tracks 1-6 by Alan Weatherhead at Sound Of Music Studios, Richmond, VA
Drum Engineering on tracks 7-12 by Christopher Compton at Metro Sound Studios, Richmond, VA
Additional engineering on tracks 7-12 by Mark Adams
Mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side, NY and Timothy Stollenwerk at Stereophonic Mastering, Portland, OR

Music and arrangement by Lubec
Written by Eddie Charlton
Artwork by Matt Dressen and Caroline Jackson

Copyright 2012 The Acme Thunderer

Brandon Martin- Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Caroline Jackson- Piano, Synth, Vocals
Eddie Charlton- Guitar, Vocals
Jesse Threatt- Guitar, Vocals
David McClendon- Guitar, Piano
Noah Wan- Cello on "Holiday Traffic"

"Nothing Is Enough!"

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