|Studio album by Soul-Junk|
|Recorded||July 1995–July 1996
DML studios, Daydream Studios
1953 is an indie rock album by the Soul-Junk released in 1996. The album consists of guitar based low-fi rock, which one reviewer described as being in the ballpark of "Beck meets Danielson." Alternative Press found their musical arrangements to be outstanding, "tuneful, energetic and original", but took fault with their lyrics, which many of which are derived from scripture.
The final track of the album is actually another album itself, 1954, albeit uncut.
|Track Name||Biblical Reference|
|1. Junca De Sol Andromeda|
|2. Quite Alright Rockers||John 10:7-18|
|3. Shine Out||Psalm 80|
|4. Atonal Eternal|
|5. Young Businessmens Psykick Makeout||Matthew 13:44-52|
|6. Poker of the Eye||Luke 10:1-24|
|7. Wax Presidential||Isaiah 8:16-20, Revelation 19:10|
|8. Bloody Men||Psalm 26|
|9. Three Thousand Thirsty Thoughts|
|10. The Lion Has Roared||Amos 3:2-8|
|11. Some Pampered Gangster||Ephesians 5:8-18, Luke 11:34-36|
|12. Sturdy Jive||Isaiah 35|
|14. Soul-Junk 1954|
- Glen Galaxy (Vocals, guitar, sax)
- Jon Galaxy (Bass)
- Brian Cantrell (Drums, electronic percussion)
- Ron Easterbrooks (Guitar, drums)
- All tracks recorded and mixed by Scott Exum at DML studios unless otherwise noted.