Kill the Headlights

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Kill the Headlights
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Studio album by Adema
Released August 21, 2007
Recorded 2007 in Los Angeles, California
Genre Alternative metal,[1] nu metal,[1] post-grunge
Length 40:04
Label Immortal/Adema Partnership/Tiefdruck Musik(Europe)
Producer Marshall Altman
Adema chronology
Planets
(2005)Planets2005
Kill the Headlights
(2007)
Topple the Giants
(2013)String Module Error: Match not found2013
Singles from Kill the Headlights
  1. "Cold and Jaded"
    Released: January 15, 2007
  2. "Brand New Thing"
    Released: May 7, 2007
  3. "All These Years"
    Released: 2008[2]

Kill the Headlights is the fourth studio album by Adema, released on August 21, 2007.

The album is the only to feature vocalist Bobby Reeves, and guitarist Ed Faris, from the Los Angeles band LEVEL.

The album was released by Immortal Records, after 2005's Planets was released by Earache Records. The album is the band's first not to debut on the Billboard 200 charts. It registered first weeks sales of approximately 2,000 copies.[3]

The album is out of print and is no longer available for purchase.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Cold and Jaded" 3:35
2. "Brand New Thing" 3:43
3. "Open Till Midnight" 3:46
4. "Waiting for Daylight" 3:01
5. "Days Go By" 3:57
6. "Prelude" 0:33
7. "All These Years" 3:05
8. "What Doesn't Kill Us" 3:37
9. "Invisible" 4:00
10. "Black Clouds" 3:32
11. "Los Angeles" 3:38
12. "The Losers" 3:32

Other songs recorded[edit]

  • Human Nature[4]
  • Somethin' Better (Elements of it would later be used in "Waiting for Daylight")[5]
  • Out Alive
  • Los Angeles (Demo)

Personnel[edit]

Adema[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Produced & Arranged by Marshall Altman
  • Mixed by Eric Robinson & Marshall Altman
  • Recorded by Marshall Altman, Ryan Williams, & Ed Faris
  • Recorded at:
    • The Galt Line Studios – Burbank, CA
      • Assistant: Marcus Samperio
    • Ed Faris Studio 8
  • Mastered by Eddy Schreyer at Oasis Mastering
  • A&R: Jamie Talbot
  • Management: Kevin Lee for Union Entertainment Group, Inc.
  • Legal: Bryan Christner
  • Business Management: Laurand Management/ Henry Schiffer, CPA
  • Publicity: Alex Ross for Supreme Entertainment
  • Photography: Alex Solca
  • Sales: Yuri Dutton
  • New Media: Jay Fisher
  • Artwork: I. Rentz

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://articles.mcall.com/2007-09-15/features/3772530_1_linkin-park-adema-headlights
  2. ^ "bobby reeves (bobby) | blog op Myspace". Blogs.myspace.com. 2009-07-15. Archived from the original on 2009-08-28. Retrieved 2012-02-27. 
  3. ^ Blabbermouth.net, "AS I LAY DYING, SIXX A.M., ADEMA First-Week Sales Revealed", Posted August 29, 2007
  4. ^ "Outtakes" ADEMA UNITED
  5. ^ Purevolume.com, "Demo 2006"