Cheeses…

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FMD2410 — 1‒1‒1 — MASTERED BY EMI MFG. — IFPI L044 Mould SID code: IFPI 1679 (note, 1‒1‒1 is printed backwards)

Annotation last modified on 2022-02-09 05:03 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
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0[silence]
0:02
1Kamikaze
recording engineer:
Masaki (in 2001)
mixer:
Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States (in 2001)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Kamikaze (in 2001)
2:56
2Rhubarb Pie
recording engineer:
Masaki (in 2002)
mixer:
Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Rhubarb Pie (in 2002)
lyricist and composer:
Dennis Culp
part of:
The Food Sweet
3:37
3Marty
recording engineer:
Masaki (in 1997-09)
producer:
Masaki
mixer:
Five Iron Frenzy and Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
SaraBellum Records (a division of 5 Minute Walk Records from 1997-2001) (in 1997) and 5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States (in 1997-09)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
produced at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Marty (in 1997-09)
lyricist and composer:
Five Iron Frenzy
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
4:14
4Fistful of Sand (live)
recording engineer:
Masaki (on 1997-03-01)
mixer:
Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy at The Screem (1997-03-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
The Screem (California venue owned by Frank Tate) in Concord, California, United States (on 1997-03-01)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
live recording of:
Fistful of Sand (on 1997-03-01)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
4:10
5Four Kids in Memphis
recording engineer:
Masaki (in 2000)
mixer:
Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States (in 2000)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Four Kids in Memphis (in 2000)
composer:
Micah Ortega and Reese Roper
0:34
6Mind for Treason
lead vocals:
Andrew Verdecchio
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002) and Keith Hoerig's Bedroom in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Mind for Treason (in 2002)
2:19
7Cool Enough for You (demo)
recording engineer:
Glen Ballew (in 1995)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 1995)
partial recording of:
Cool Enough for You (in 1995)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
3:42
83rd World Think Tank (demo)
recording engineer:
Glen Ballew (in 1995) and Lynette Ballew (in 1995)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1995)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1995)
guitar:
Scott Kerr (in 1995) and Micah Ortega (in 1995)
saxophone:
Leanor Ortega (in 1995)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1995)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1995)
lead vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1995)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 1995)
recording of:
Third World Think Tank (in 1995)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Keith Hoerig and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
3:36
9Old West (demo)
recorded in:
New Mexico, United States (in 1995)
engineer:
Joey Belville (in 1995)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recording of:
Old West (in 1995)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
2:52
10Burn
recorded in:
New Mexico, United States (in 1995)
engineer:
Joey Belville (in 1995)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recording of:
Burn (in 1995)
3:34
11Left
recorded in:
New Mexico, United States (in 1995)
engineer:
Joey Belville (in 1995)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recording of:
Left (in 1995)
3:40
12Never Ask Us to Play This
recording engineer:
Masaki (in 2000)
mixer:
Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States (in 2000)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Never Ask Us to Play This (in 2000)
composer:
Micah Ortega and Reese Roper
0:35
13Dog Food
recording engineer:
Masaki (in 2001)
mixer:
Masaki
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States (in 2001)
mixed at:
One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
recording of:
Dog Food (in 2001)
lyricist:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig and Reese Roper
part of:
The Food Sweet
2:08
14When I See Her Face
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
When I See Her Face (in 2002)
0:55
15Abraham Lincoln Beard (First Movement)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Abraham Lincoln Beard (First Movement) (in 2002)
part of:
Abraham Lincoln Beard
0:24
16Praise the Lord
lead vocals:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Praise the Lord (in 2002)
writer:
Sonnie Johnston and Micah Ortega
1:25
17Give Me Back My Sandwich
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Give Me Back My Sandwich (in 2002)
dedicated to:
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
0:04
18Omnivores for Mediocrity
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Omnivores for Mediocrity (in 2002)
0:45
19That Tastes Horrible
background vocals ["Ahh, my face"]:
Andy
lead vocals:
Dennis Culp
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
That Tastes Horrible (in 2002)
0:27
20No Grandma = Know Grandma
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Micah's Apartment (Micah Ortega of Five Iron Frenzy) (lead vocals)
recording of:
No Grandma = Know Grandma
0:13
21Stinky Hippy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Micah's Apartment (Micah Ortega of Five Iron Frenzy) (lead vocals)
recording of:
Stinky Hippy
0:29
22Abraham Lincoln Beard (Second Movement)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Abraham Lincoln Beard (Second Movement) (in 2002)
part of:
Abraham Lincoln Beard
0:23
23It’s So Hot (I’m Gonna Have a Heat Stroke)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recording of:
It’s So Hot (I’m Gonna Have a Heat Stroke)
1:18
24Thea and the Singing Telegram
percussion:
Andrew Verdecchio
vocals:
Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Thea and the Singing Telegram
dedicated to:
Longmont Potion Castle
2:43
25How’s About Some Milk
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Micah's Apartment (Micah Ortega of Five Iron Frenzy) (lead vocals)
recording of:
How’s About Some Milk
0:16
26Donkey Basketball
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Micah's Apartment (Micah Ortega of Five Iron Frenzy) (lead vocals)
recording of:
Donkey Basketball
0:07
27Screams in the Night
drums (drum set) and lead vocals:
Andrew Verdecchio (in 2002)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Screams in the Night (in 2002)
lyricist and composer:
Mr. Thirsty™ (US songwriter, associated with Five Iron Frenzy)
1:50
28Pootermobile
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Pootermobile (in 2002)
0:07
29Abraham Lincoln Beard (Third Movement)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Abraham Lincoln Beard (Third Movement) (in 2002)
part of:
Abraham Lincoln Beard
0:22
30Mayonnaise Taco Monday
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Mayonnaise Taco Monday (in 2002)
part of:
The Food Sweet
0:33
31Chew Water
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Chew Water (in 2002)
1:08
32Metal Rules!
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Metal Rules! (in 2002)
1:41
33Five Iron Is Stupid
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
recording of:
Five Iron Is Stupid (in 2002)
2:38
34[unknown]
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Five Iron Frenzy
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Five Iron Frenzy's Basement in Colorado, United States (in 2002)
0:29

Credits

Release

photography:Melinda Culp (Photographer)
liner notes:Keith Hoerig
Reese Roper
miscellaneous support:Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (task: management)
executive producer:Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk)
mastering:Masaki
bass guitar:Keith Hoerig
drums (drum set):Andrew Verdecchio
guitar:Sonnie Johnston
Scott Kerr
Micah Ortega
saxophone:Leanor "Jeff the Girl" Ortega
trombone:Dennis Culp
trumpet:Nathanael "Brad" Dunham
lead vocals:Reese Roper
design:Aaron James (Art Director at 5 Minute Walk)
distributed by:Chordant Distribution Group (A division of EMI Christian Music Group)
CMC Distribution Inc.
ForeFront Records
copyrighted (©) by:5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 2003)
glass mastered by:EMI MFG. (only the "glass mastered by" relationship applies to this)
mastered at:One Way Studio (Studio in Concord/Benicia CA) in Benicia, California, United States
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/15909474 [info]
ASIN:US: B00008VGNA [info]