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MAMMOTH: PROGENIES (2012-2016 COMPILATION)

Thrailkill

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Break in Continuity (Shapeless 2012) (3:20)
2. Ruya (Polymorphism 2014) (4:48)
3. Obscurements feat. Ben Luria (Deviations 2016) (10:00)
4. Metta Warm Fleece feat. Chase Bryant (Dimension of Inversion 2013) (3:42)
5. Psychedelic Love Handles (Shapeless 2012) (4:23)
6. Innate (Innate 2015) (10:11)
7. Future Reflection (single 2014) (5:04)
8. Entanglements (Deviations 2016) (8:03)
9. Hallucinogenic Hummingbird feat. Seneca Pettee, Hanne Rye and Ida Adel (Polymorphism 2014) (5:26)
10. Repetition in Regression (Innate 2015) (6:01)
11. The Acclimation of Sedation feat. Chase Bryant and Mateus Asato (Deviations 2016) (6:31)
12. Paradigm (Innate 2015) (5:25)
13. It's Too Early for DMT (Dimension of Inversion 2013) (1:52)
14. Not Yet (Polymorphism 2014) (4:30)

Total Time 79:16

Line-up / Musicians

The human beings that made these records a reality:

All Guitars: Wes Thrailkill

SHAPELESS (2012) Engineer: Sebastian Rizo. Bass: Danny
Choi. Drums: Ryan Takemura. Guests: Arya Bandari

DIMENSION OF INVERSION (2013) Engineer: Brandon Balsz. Drums: Jordan Soto. Guests: Chase Bryant, Mateus Asato, Greg Harrison, Arya Bandari. Art: Maribeth Rohman

POLYMORPHISM (2014) Engineer: Brandon Balsz. Drums: Aliyar Kinik. Bass: Chase Bryant. Guests: Senece Pettee, Hanne Rye, Ida Adel, Giacomo Pianigiani, Noel Heysquierdo, Mateus Asato, Yas Nomura. Art: Dorian Yarnelson

FUTURE REFLECTION (2014) Engineer: A.J. Minette. Drums: Aliyar Kinik. Bass: Chase Bryant. Art: Brigitte Roka

INNATE (2015) Engineer: Brandon Balsz, Mikal Reid. Drums: Aliyar Kinik. Bass: Chase Bryant. Art: Hubble Space Telescope

DEVIATIONS (2016) Engineer: A.J. Minette. Mastering: Ermin Hamidovic. Drums: Aliyar Kinik. Bass: Yas Nomura. Guests: Ben Luria, Chase Bryant, Mateus Asato. Art: Vitaly Havrylyuk

Releases information

CD, Digital album

released October 21, 2017

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4 stars Great to have this, as someone who digitally (on Spotify in the very least) has the current available discography. To expound, the first three studio albums are only available, and only in part, here in this compilation. It's not every day that I listen through a compilation, but it's also not ... (read more)

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