Deadsy (album)

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Deadsy
Studio album by Deadsy
Released August 1, 1996 (Re-Release 1997)
Genre Darkwave
Length 42:54
Label Sire
Producer Josh Abraham and Elijah Blue
Deadsy chronology
Deadsy
(1997)
Commencement
(2002)

Deadsy is a self-titled album by Deadsy, their first album on a label. It was released in 1996 on Witchouse (Elektra/Warner) Records as a promotional-only release (blue disc), and later re-released in 1997 (white disc). At the time Deadsy only consisted of 3 members, so Elijah Blue asked Jay Gordon (now in Orgy) to play bass for some of the tracks on the record.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Lake Waramaug" 4:34
2. "The Elements" 5:21
3. "Flowing Glower" 4:57
4. "Future Years" 5:26
5. "From Beyond" 3:29
6. "Anti-Pop" 3:35
7. "Cruella" 5:55
8. "This Goodnight" 4:57
9. "Sleepy Hollow (feat. Jonathan Davis of Korn)" 4:50

Personnel[edit]

  • Elijah Blue: vocals, guitar, bass and synthesizers
  • Renn Hawkey: synthesizers
  • Alec Puro: drums