Inhibition (album)

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Inhibition
Dot Hacker Inhibition 2012.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 1, 2012 (2012-05-01)
Recorded2008-2009 in El Sereno, California
GenreExperimental Rock, Alternative rock
Length51:20
LabelORG Music
ProducerDot Hacker and Adam Samuels
Dot Hacker chronology
Dot Hacker (EP)
(2012)
Inhibition
(2012)
How's Your Process? (Work)
(2014)

Inhibition is the debut studio album by alternative rock band Dot Hacker. The album was released on May 1, 2012 on ORG Music label. The recording of Inhibition was completed in 2009, however the release was delayed until 2012 due to band members' other commitments, notably Josh Klinghoffer who joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

All music composed by Dot Hacker and Adam Samuels.

No.TitleLength
1."Order/Disorder"3:54
2."Idleidolidyl"3:53
3."Eye Opener"5:20
4."Discotheque"5:11
5."Be Leaving"5:04
6."The Earth Beneath"6:11
7."Inhibition"4:10
8."The Wit Of The Staircase"5:42
9."Quotes"5:07
10."Puncture"6:48
Total length:51:20
Outakes
No.TitleLength
1."Rewire"3:52
2."Neon Arrow"5:55

Personnel[edit]

Dot Hacker
Production
  • Chad Carlisle – Assistant engineer
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • Adam Samuels – composer, engineer, mixing, producer
  • Vanessa Price – artwork
  • Jon Patrick Foshee - design[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ AJ Garcia (2012). "Dot Hacker: Inhibition (2012)".
  2. ^ Rick Florino (2012). "Josh Klinghoffer Talks Dot Hacker's "Inhibition", Red Hot Chili Peppers, Books, and More".
  3. ^ "Inhibition - Dot Hacker". All Music. Retrieved 12 May 2012.