Superfast

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Superfast
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Studio album by Dynamite Hack
Released May 23, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000, The Fire Station
Genre Alternative rock
Length 43:20
Label Uptown/Universal Records
Producer David Eaton
Dynamite Hack chronology
Superfast
(2000)
How to Break Up a Band
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic.com 3/5 stars [1]

Superfast is the debut album of the rock band Dynamite Hack, and was released on May 23, 2000.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Dynamite Hack, except where noted.

1. "Switcheroo" 3:12
2. "Anyway" 2:33
3. "Alvin" 2:41
4. "Dear Kate," 2:51
5. "G-Force" 3:00
6. "Wussypuff" 3:02
7. "Blue Sky" 3:46
8. "Slice Of Heaven" 2:42
9. "Granola" 2:04
10. "Boyz-N-The-Hood" 3:04 (Lyrics: Andre Young, Eric Wright, O'Shea Jackson; Music: Dynamite Hack)
11. "Pick Up Lines" 3:12
12. "Marie..." 2:44
13. "Just Another Day, Baby" 0:25
14. "Laughter" 2:16
15. "Anyway (Mellow Version)" 4:00

"Boyz-N-The-Hood" is a song cover, originally performed by Eazy-E in 1987.

The tracks of 13 to 23, 25 to 32 and 34 to 41 are recorded as 4 seconds of silence.

The song "Dear Kate" was used in the PlayStation 2 game: ESPN Winter X-Games Snowboarding.

Personnel[edit]

Dynamite Hack[edit]

  • Mark Morris - Guitar, Piano, Vocals
  • Mike Vlahakis: Guitars
  • Chad Robinson: Bass, Vocals
  • Chase Texas: Drums, Percussion

Additional Personnel[edit]

  • Willy Paisano: Keyboards on "Blue Sky"
  • William Snell: Slide Guitar on "Marie..."
  • Emily Kate: Additional Vocal on "Anyway (Piano Version)"
  • Christophe "Robitussin": Drums on "Blue Sky" and "Slice of Heaven"


Production[edit]

  • Arranged by Dynamite Hack and David Eaton
  • Produced and recorded by David Eaton, with recording assistance (at Fire Station) by Bobby Arnold
  • Tracks 1-9 and 11-15 mixed at Quad Studios and Pedernales Studios by Chris Shaw (assistance at Quad Studios by Gabriel Martinez); track 10 mixed by David Eaton
  • Mastered by Howie Weinberg
  • All songs published by Choosy Mothers Music/Pie Mikey Pie Music/Wussypuff Music/Happysmallchild Music, except track ten (lyrics published by Ruthless Attack Music; music published by Choosy Mothers Music/Pie Mikey Pie Music/Wussypuff Music/Happysmallchild Music)

Singles[edit]

  • "Boyz-N-The Hood", released in March/April 2000 as the first single.

References[edit]