Translating the Name

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Translating the Name
EP by Saosin
Released June 17, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Emo, post-hardcore, screamo
Length 15:03
Label Death Do Us Part
Producer Beau Burchell
Saosin chronology
= I Have Become What I've Always Hated
(2003)
Translating the Name EP
(2003)
Saosin EP
(2005)
Singles from Translating the Name EP
  1. "Seven Years"
    Released: 2003
  2. "3rd Measurement in C"
    Released: 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Punknews.org 4/5 stars[2]

Translating the Name is the debut release by Saosin, the only release to feature current Circa Survive vocalist Anthony Green instead of Cove Reber, as well as Pat Magrath and Zach Kennedy. Guitarist Beau Burchell stated that drummer Alex Rodriguez intended to track the drums for Translating the Name but had a prior commitment with his former band Open Hand before he could join. Pat Magrath was hired as a session musician and played with Saosin only briefly before Rodriguez could join. A bonus disc with acoustic demos was shipped with early pre-orders.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Seven Years"   3:12
2. "Translating the Name"   3:26
3. "3rd Measurement in C"   2:38
4. "Lost Symphonies"   2:55
5. "They Perched on Their Stilts, Pointing and Daring Me to Break Custom"   2:51
Bonus Tracks
No. Title Length
1. "Seven Years" (Acoustic) 3:06
2. "3rd Measurement in C" (Acoustic) 3:10

Charts[edit]

Year Chart Position
2005 Billboard Top Independent Albums 36[3]
2005 Billboard Top Heatseekers 27[3]

Credits[edit]

Band
  • Anthony Green - lead vocals, additional guitars
  • Justin Shekoski - lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Beau Burchell - rhythm guitar, programming, backing vocals
  • Zach Kennedy - bass
Additional personnel
  • Pat Magrath - drums, percussion
Production

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