Dead Season

by Dead Season

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    In February of 1999, Salinger Press printed 1000 vinyls. Only about 800 were sold over time. 100 of these were passed off to Atarms Mechanics when Salinger Press shut down, and another 100 sat in Colin Clark's storage for over a decade after the band broke up. These copies are brand new, never played, plus you get a digital version for free.

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about

The Dead Season 7" remains the only official output by the band after all this time. 1000 vinyls were pressed by Salinger Press Records in February of 1999, and sold for the first time at their show at The IO Cafe (Detroit, MI) on February 26th 1999 with Small Brown Bike and Hyatt.

Dead Season would like to thank: Mike Palm/Salinger Press, Tim Pak/Woodshed Studios, Small Brown Bike, jam space owner, all of our families, Beth Black, J.T. Rebel, Phil Zeller Jr., Phil Zeller Sr., Vinnie and the girls, Jon Drew, Matt White, Ben Playford, The Bannock family, all of the bands we have played with, all of the clubs, basements and barns we have played at, and all of the people who have come to our shows.

This record is dedicated to Graham Clark.

credits

released February 26, 1999

Recorded on December 10th and 11th 1998 at Woodshed Studios by Tim Pak.
Produced by Tim Pak, Mike Palm and Dead Season.
All photos by Natalie Wojcik-Kurta.
Layout by Mike Palm.
Released by Salinger Press, #4

Dead Season on this recording is:
Colin Clark vocals, guitars
Patrick Dupuis guitars
Mike Calder bass
Al Biddle drums

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Dead Season Oshawa, Ontario

Dead Season was a post-hardcore band active from 1997 to 2000, featuring ex-members of Two Line Filler and best remembered for its close association to Small Brown Bike.

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Track Name: More Than Wanted
Take a step closer and see how you're more than wanted here
I become a part of you
Separable true, but not today
A song for you, for me to say
What words can't express we shared together
A song for you, for me to say
What words can't express I'll express today
So easy to take for granted, undeniably that way
Not the words we never meant, the ones we wouldn't say
Glad I never did, it wouldn't have lasted this long
Maybe this only the start
More than wanted
Track Name: Jaws of Life
Time is now and I think I'll wait
These days are hard to chase
In these hours I stand and pace for you
I'll wait
Do my words wear thin
I Don't know where to begin
Bound hands trying to grasp this last piece of life
The dead dance, laughing in the faces of the lifeless
The dead dance in the dance of life
Suddenly everything connects
So won't you come down to where we started
The dead dance ???
Track Name: Giving Tree
Washed your face down, scrubbed it so clean
Decisions made with honesty, what remains the giving tree
So hide yourself inside
Don't participate in what you defy
You've changed your ways
How could I blame you, things weren't going your way
Throw yourself in my path
The unforgiving smile on your face
Living with your honest claims
What remains, the giving tree
Track Name: Handwriting
I can't read your handwriting
I got your message
Something about a time and a place
The rest I really couldn't say
You build these words towering over me
And no one's around when they come caving in
We'll never see each other
I'll never forget you
Although I probably should have
Trying to decipher you
You build these words towering over me
Creating images
So beautiful and meaningless
I can't read your handwriting