Sin Disease

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Sin Disease
Studio album by Scaterd Few
Released 1990
Recorded 1990
Genre Punk rock
Christian punk
Length 39:19
Label Alarma Records
Producer Allan Aguirre
Terry Taylor
Omar Domkus
Scaterd Few chronology
Sin Disease
(1990)
Jawboneofanass
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Hard Music Magazine not rated
Opus Zine
Music.com
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars
Phileas Phogg Album #8
Cross Rhythms[1] 8/10 stars
Cornerstone not rated[2]

Sin Disease was Scaterd Few's first full-length studio album. CCM magazine described the release as "pure punk for dread people," stating that it was a cross between Jane's Addiction and Charlie Mingus.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Kill the Sarx"
  2. "While Reprobate"
  3. "Beggar"
  4. "Lights Out"
  5. "Later (L.A. 1989)"
  6. "Groovy"
  7. "Glass God"
  8. "As the Story Grows"
  9. "U"
  10. "A Freedom Cry"
  11. "Scapegoat"
  12. "Wonder Why"
  13. "DITC"
  14. "Self"
  15. "Look Into My Side"
  16. "Kill the Sarx II"

Credits[edit]

  • Additional string arrangements on "Look into my side" by Terry Taylor
  • Riki Michele - Female Vocals on "A Freedom Cry" (of Adam Again, courtesy of Broken Records)
  • "Shouters" in the mountains of Zion:
    • Tony Shore
    • Riki
    • Brian Miller
    • Terry
    • Ramald
    • Omar
  • Children on "Lights Out"
    • Angela Blakely
    • David
    • Jenae Ramirez
    • Xaundelle Aguirre
  • Additional BGV's Jav
  • Additional keys on "Look Into My Side": Drew Domkus
  • Additional Guitars: Tools, Ed Lover
  • Greg Lawless courtesy of Broken Records
  • Greg Flesch - Lounge Piano & Horns on "Kill the Sarx II", additional guitars
  • Voices - Terry, Ramald, Sam & Omar

Terry Taylor wrote a short history and introduction to the band in the albums liner notes. Liner Notes

Allan also sings "Later" and "Self" on Dighayzoose Ascension 7: Rocketship to Heaven.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cummings, Tony (June 1991). "Scaterd Few - Sin Disease". Cross Rhythms (6). 
  2. ^ Trott, Jon (1990). "Music Reviews / Sin Disease". Cornerstone 19 (93): 80. ISSN 0275-2743. 
  3. ^ Newcomb, Brian Quincy (April 1989). "On the Beat / Rock / Alternative". CCM Magazine 12 (10): 12. ISSN 1524-7848.