Blue Room (album)
|Studio album by Unwritten Law|
|Recorded||May–June 1994 at Nestor Studios, El Cajon, California|
|Producer||Dave Nestor, Unwritten Law|
|Unwritten Law chronology|
Blue Room is the debut album by the San Diego-based pop punk band Unwritten Law, released in 1994 by Red Eye Records. It was the band's first full-length album and established their presence in the prolific San Diego music scene of the early 1990s. The album attracted the attention of Epic Records, who re-released it the following year.
The album's title is a reference to the single-room apartment that singer Scott Russo lived in during the band's early years and where most of the album was written (the room was painted entirely blue). The song title "C.P.K." stands for "Crazy Poway Kids" and is a reference to the band's hometown of Poway, California (a suburb of San Diego). "Blurred (Part 2)" is a reference to a song on the band's debut EP Blurr. The songs "Shallow" and "Suzanne" would be re-recorded for their second album Oz Factor.
All songs written and composed by Unwritten Law (Scott Russo, Steve Morris, Rob Brewer, John Bell, and Wade Youman).
|3.||"What About Me"||2:26|
|9.||"Kill to Breathe"||4:38|
|11.||"World War III"||1:56|
|12.||"Blurred (Part 2)"||5:33|
- Scott Russo - vocals
- Steve Morris - guitar
- Rob Brewer - guitar
- John Bell - bass guitar
- Wade Youman - drums
- Greg Raymond – graphic design
- Bagel – cover art
- Mike Krull – disc art
- Wade Youman – other artwork
- Ben Davis – photography