The End Is Near

~ Release by Five Iron Frenzy (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Annotation

Packaging is a jewel case in a cardboard sleeve with a booklet and jewel case insert, (see photo of release). It is quite likely the extra packaging is missing if bought second-hand.

Release history

The End is Near was sold at live shows starting in 2003, and later at one independent web site. This CD has never been released through a retail outlet, such as Amazon, Best Buy, etc.

The End is Here, a two disc set, was more widely released in 2004, including retailers. The first disc is nearly the same as The End is Near with the addition of The Cross of St. Andrew, and the second disc is a live recording of their final show (before they quit).

Annotation last modified on 2021-12-26 23:59 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Cannonball
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Cannonball
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp, Leanor Ortega and Reese Roper
43:45
2At Least I’m Not Like All Those Other Old Guys42:09
3So Far, So Bad
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
So Far, So Bad
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Reese Roper
43:04
4New Years Eve
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
New Years Eve
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Reese Roper
43:53
5American Kryptonite53:16
6It Was Beautiful42:48
7Wizard Needs Food, Badly
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
music videos:
Wizard Needs Food, Badly (music video) by Five Iron Frenzy
recording of:
Wizard Needs Food, Badly
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Reese Roper
43:13
8Farewell to Arms
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Farewell to Arms
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Andrew Verdecchio
34:03
9See the Flames Begin to Crawl53:17
10Anchors Away
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Anchors Away
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp, Micah Ortega and Reese Roper
43:32
11Something Like Laughter
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Something Like Laughter
lyricist:
Leanor Ortega
composer:
Dennis Culp and Leanor Ortega
53:13
12That’s How the Story Ends
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
That’s How the Story Ends
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp, Micah Ortega and Reese Roper
is based on:
The Raven (poem by E.A. Poe)
43:38
13On Distant Shores
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):
Andy Verdecchio
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega
trombone:
Dennis Culp
trumpet:
Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:
Reese Roper
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
partial recording of:
Every New Day
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
recording of:
On Distant Shores
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Reese Roper
510:16
14[unknown]
additional engineer:
Bret Barker, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Masaki
producer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
mixed at and engineered at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
6:31

Credits

Release

design/illustration:Douglas TenNapel
photography:Melinda DiMauro (Photographer)
miscellaneous support:Aaron James (Art Director at 5 Minute Walk) (task: layout)
mixer, producer and mastering:Masaki
executive producer:Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk)
guitar:Masaki
additional vocals:Dennis Culp
Mick Leonardi
Masaki
Justin McRoberts
Bob Schively (Audio Engineer)
additional illustration:Ryan Agadoni
illustration:Douglas Ten Napel
design:Aaron James (Art Director at 5 Minute Walk)
copyrighted by:5 Minute Walk Films Inc (in 2003)
glass mastered by:Rainbo CA (Santa Monica, CA)
additionally recorded at:El Studio de Ortega
mastered at:One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/6327980 [info]
ASIN:US: B000AM50YY [info]

Release Group

included in:The End Is Here (“The End Is Near” + “The End Is Here”)
supporting tours:Winners Never Quit: The Farewell Tour
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/762062 [info]
Wikidata:Q7732067 [info]