Proof That the Youth Are Revolting

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

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Introduction
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (on 1999-07-02) and Micah Ortega (on 1999-07-02)
spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (on 1999-07-02)
phonographic copyright by:
Five Iron Frenzy
recorded at:
Cornerstone 1999 (1999-07-01 – 1999-07-04)
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 1999)
0:54
2One Girl Army
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (on 1999-07-02)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (on 1999-07-02)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (on 1999-07-02) and Micah Ortega (on 1999-07-02)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (on 1999-07-02)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (on 1999-07-02)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (on 1999-07-02)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (on 1999-07-02), Brad Dunham (on 1999-07-02) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (on 1999-07-02)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (on 1999-07-02)
phonographic copyright by:
Five Iron Frenzy
recorded at:
Cornerstone 1999 (1999-07-01 – 1999-07-04)
phonographic copyright by:
5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 1999)
live recording of:
One Girl Army (on 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig, Scott Kerr, Nathanael Dunham, Leanor Ortega, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1998)
live partial instrumental cover recording of:
The Final Countdown (on 1999-07-02)
lyricist and composer:
Joey Tempest
publisher:
EMI (EMI Records, since 1972), EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and Seven Doors Music
3:39
3Oh, Canada
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Oh, Canada (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Micah Ortega
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
is based on:
O Canada (English version by Robert Stanley Weir)
3:02
4A Flowery Song
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
A Flowery Song (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
4:10
5Handbook for the Sellout
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar and spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Handbook for the Sellout (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
4:06
6Receive Him
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar and spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live cover recording of:
Receive Him (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
writer:
Larry Farkas (Member of Vengeance Rising)
0:20
7All That Is Good
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
All That Is Good (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Leanor Ortega
writer:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig, Scott Kerr, Nathanael Dunham, Leanor Ortega, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
composer:
Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1998)
3:22
8Dandelions
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Dandelions (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig, Scott Kerr, Nathanael Dunham, Leanor Ortega, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
composer:
Dennis Culp
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1998)
3:21
9Suckerpunch
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone and background vocals and spoken vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Suckerpunch (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
4:05
10It's Not Unusual
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live cover recording of:
It’s Not Unusual (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
writer:
Gordon Mills (60s/70s UK producer) and Les Reed
publisher:
Valley Music Ltd and Universal Duchess Music Corp. (in 1964)
2:13
11Anthem
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Anthem (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
3:28
12A New Hope / Kingdom of the Dinosaurs
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar and spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
A New Hope (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig, Sonnie Johnston, Scott Kerr, Nathanael Dunham, Leanor Ortega, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
composer:
Dennis Culp
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 2000)
live recording of:
Kingdom of the Dinosaurs (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
writer:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig, Scott Kerr, Nathanael Dunham, Leanor Ortega, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1998)
3:45
13Arnold & Willis & Mr. Drumond
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar and spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Arnold and Willis and Mr. Drummond (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
2:31
14Ugly Day / [just one more quick song]
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone and background vocals and spoken vocals:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999) and Brad Dunham (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Ugly Day (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Dennis Culp, Keith Hoerig, Sonnie Johnston, Scott Kerr, Nathanael Dunham, Leanor Ortega, Micah Ortega, Reese Roper and Andrew Verdecchio
composer:
Dennis Culp
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 2000)
version of:
Rhubarb Pie
4:40
15Where 0 Meets 15
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar and spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Where Zero Meets Fifteen (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
writer:
Five Iron Frenzy
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1996)
3:47
16Superpowers
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live partial instrumental cover recording of:
Close to Me (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist and composer:
Robert Smith (UK guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for The Cure)
publisher:
APB Music Co.
live recording of:
Superpowers (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
4:48
17Blue Comb '78
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar and spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
background vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999), Brad Dunham (in 1999) and Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
lead vocals and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Blue Comb ‘78 (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
4:02
18Every New Day / [mess-ups]
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
Masaki Liu (in 1999)
executive producer:
Frank Tate (Founder of 5 Minute Walk) (in 1999)
bass guitar:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999)
drums (drum set):
Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
guitar:
Sonnie Johnston (in 1999) and Micah Ortega (in 1999)
saxophone and background vocals, other vocals [blooper introduction] and spoken vocals:
Jeff "The Girl" Ortega (in 1999)
trombone and background vocals and spoken vocals:
Dennis Culp (in 1999)
trumpet and background vocals:
Brad Dunham (in 1999)
lead vocals, other vocals [blooper introduction] and spoken vocals:
Reese Roper (in 1999)
spoken vocals:
Keith Hoerig (in 1999), Micah Ortega (in 1999) and Andrew Verdecchio (in 1999)
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 1999)
live recording of:
Every New Day (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist:
Reese Roper
composer:
Dennis Culp and Scott Kerr
publisher:
5 Minute Walk Music (in 1997)
live partial cover recording of:
I Love You Lord (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
lyricist and composer:
Laurie Klein
publisher:
Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing (folded into Capitol CMG Publishing in 2013-01) (from 1978 to present) and House of Mercy Music (from 1978 to present)
15:36

Credits

Release

art direction and design:Aaron James (Art Director at 5 Minute Walk)
photography:Joe Sanabria
Melinda DiMauro (Photographer) (from 1999-06-17 until 1999-07-02)
artwork:Douglas TenNapel
recorded at:Alive Festival 1999 (1999-06)
Atlanta Fest 1999 (1999-06-16 – 1999-06-19)
Cornerstone 1999 (1999-07-01 – 1999-07-04)
Creation Northeast 1999 (1999-06-24 – 1999-06-25)
Five Iron Frenzy in Birmingham AL (1999-06-20) (“Proof That the Youth Are Revolting”)
Five Iron Frenzy in Chattanooga TN (1999-06-21) (“Proof That the Youth Are Revolting”)
Five Iron Frenzy in Columbus OH (1999-06-29) (“Proof That the Youth Are Revolting”)
Five Iron Frenzy in Indianapolis IN (1999-06-30) (“Proof That the Youth Are Revolting”)
Five Iron Frenzy in Manchester VA (1999-06-27) (“Proof That the Youth Are Revolting”)
Five Iron Frenzy in Mitchelville MA (1999-06-28) (“Proof That the Youth Are Revolting”)
Shout Festival 1999 (1999-06)
distributed by:C.M.C. Distribution
Chordant Distribution Group (A division of EMI Christian Music Group)
ForeFront Records
copyrighted by:5 Minute Walk Records Inc (Not a release label, add releases to 5 Minute Walk Records instead) (in 1999)
ASIN:US: B0000296XV [info]