No Memory

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This article is about the album by No. 2. For the song by Stone Temple Pilots, see Core (Stone Temple Pilots album). For the 1987 Scarlet Fantastic single, see Scarlet Fantastic.
No Memory
Studio album by No. 2
Released 1999
Genre Indie rock
Length 30:14
Label Chainsaw
No. 2 chronology
No Memory
(1999)
What Does Good Luck Bring?
(2002)

No Memory is the debut studio album by American indie rock band No. 2, released in 1999 through record label Chainsaw.

Background[edit]

Elliott Smith, No. 2 frontman Neil Gust's former Heatmiser bandmate, performs backing vocals on "Critical Mass" as well as mixing most of the album.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Critical Mass" (3:07)
  2. "Never Felt Better" (2:48)
  3. "Move It Along" (3:33)
  4. "So Long" (2:48)
  5. "Just Answer the Man" (4:18)
  6. "Pop in C" (2:48)
  7. "Practicing Your Moves"(3:01)
  8. "Pop in A Minor" (2:25)
  9. "Nobody's Satisfied" (2:29)
  10. "Parting Kiss" (2:57)

Personnel[edit]

  • Neil Gust - vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Gilly Ann Hanner - backing vocals, bass
  • Paul Pulvirenti - drums and percussion
  • Joanna Bolme - engineer, hand clapper (on "Critical Mass")
  • Tony Lash - engineer, electric piano (on "Never Felt Better")
  • Larry Crane - engineer, mixing
  • Elliott Smith - mixing, backing vocals (on "Critical Mass" and "So Long")
  • Sam Coomes - bass (on "Never Felt Better" and "Nobody's Satisfied"), backing vocals (on "So Long")
  • Stef Darensbourg - hand clapper (on "Critical Mass")

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