Four-Day Trials

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Four-Day Trials
Studio album by Dispatch
Released 1999/2004
Genre Alternative rock, reggae fusion
Length 39:20
Label Bomber, Foundations, Universal
Producer Dispatch
Dispatch chronology
Bang Bang
(1998)
'''Four-Day Trials'''
(1999)
Who Are We Living For?
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Four-Day Trials is a 1999 album by American indie/roots folk band Dispatch. The album was their third studio release. The tracks "Here We Go" and "Mission" are re-recordings of tracks from Dispatch's second album, Bang Bang.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What Do You Wanna Be" (Urmston)
  2. "Bullet Holes" (Heimbold)
  3. "Wide Right Turns" (Urmston)
  4. "Here We Go" (Urmston)
  5. "Cover This" (Urmston)
  6. "Mission" (Urmston and Heimbold)
  7. "Hubs" (Heimbold)
  8. "Root Down" (Beastie Boys Cover)
  9. "Headlights" (Heimbold)

Remastered version[edit]

A later remastered reissue of the album released in 2004 included the following bonus tracks after "Headlights":

  • "Fats" (Dispatch)
  • "Whaddya Wanna Be" (Dispatch)
  • "Dem Shoes" (Dispatch)

Personnel[edit]

  • Brad Corrigan - vocals, drums
  • Chad Urmston - vocals, guitar, bass
  • Pete Heimbold - vocals, bass, guitar

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