Oz Factor (album)

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Oz Factor
Unwritten Law - Oz Factor cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 1996
RecordedNovember–December 1995 at Pyramid Sound, Ithaca, New York
Genre
Length33:57
LabelEpic
ProducerGreg Graffin
Unwritten Law chronology
Blue Room
(1994)
Oz Factor
(1996)
Unwritten Law
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 starslink

Oz Factor is the second album by the San Diego-based punk rock band Unwritten Law, released in 1996 by Epic Records. It established the band's presence in the prolific southern California punk rock scene of the mid-1990s. The songs "Superman" and "Denied" became minor hits on local rock radio stations. It was the band's last album with bassist John Bell, who left the band following the supporting tours.

The album was produced by Greg Graffin of Bad Religion. Brian Baker, also of Bad Religion, appeared on the album as well. The songs "Suzanne" and "Shallow" are re-recordings of songs from the band's debut album Blue Room.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Unwritten Law (Scott Russo, Steve Morris, Rob Brewer, John Bell, and Wade Youman).

No.TitleLength
1."Superman"3:36
2."Oz Factor"2:50
3."Suzanne"2:58
4."Denied"2:24
5."Tell Me Why"2:55
6."Rejected"2:14
7."Falling Down"2:26
8."Shallow"3:11
9."Differences"3:27
10."Lame"2:36
11."Stop to Think"1:19
12."The Legend of Johnny and Sarah"3:50
Total length:33:57

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

Production[edit]

Artwork[edit]

  • David Coleman – art direction
  • Bagel – cover illustration
  • John Dunne – photography