1953 (album)

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1953
Soul-Junk1953 Cover.jpg
Studio album by Soul-Junk
Released 1996 (1996)
Recorded July 1995–July 1996
DML studios, Daydream Studios
Genre Indie rock
Label Homestead Records
Producer Bill Day
Soul-Junk chronology
1952
(1995)
1953
(1996)
1954
(1996)

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."[1] Alternative Press found their musical arrangements to be outstanding, "tuneful, energetic and original",[2] but took fault with their lyrics, which many of which are derived from scripture.[1][2]

The final track of the album is actually another album itself, 1954, albeit uncut.

Track listing[edit]

Track Name Biblical Reference
1. Junca De Sol Andromeda
2. Quite Alright Rockers John 10:7-18
  • Recorded by: Bill Day (Daydream Studios)
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
  • Written by Ron Easterbrooks
9. Three Thousand Thirsty Thoughts
  • Recorded & Mixed by: Bill Day (Daydream Studios)
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
  • Written by Ron Easterbrooks
  • Jennifer Easterbrooks: Background vocals
13. Graveyard-Style
14. Soul-Junk 1954

Credits[edit]

  • 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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Brown, Todd (1997). "Reviews: Soul-Junk 1953". Cornerstone. 26 (112): 52. ISSN 0275-2743. 
  2. ^ a b Pecorelli, John (April 1997). "Reviews / 1953". Alternative Press. 11 (105): 83–84. ISSN 1065-1667.