Live at La Zona Rosa 3.19.04

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Live at La Zona Rosa 3.19.04
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Live album by Sparta
Released 2004
Recorded March 19, 2004
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
Length 26:14
Label Geffen Records/Mountain Dew
Producer

Chuck E. Myers Nicholas Terry

Sparta chronology
Porcelain
(2004)Porcelain2004
Live at La Zona Rosa 3/19/2004
(2004)
Threes
(2006)Threes2006

Live at La Zona Rosa 3.19.04 is a live album released by Sparta. The album has since been out of print. Only 1000 copies were made.

There is also a live EP released by the band Coheed and Cambria named Live at La Zona Rosa, recorded on the same date when the two bands played together.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" - 0:22
  2. "Cut Your Ribbon" - 3:07
  3. "Mye" - 3:51
  4. "La Cerca" - 4:44
  5. "Light Burns Clear" - 4:26
  6. "Lines in Sand" - 5:53
  7. "Assemble the Empire" - 3:51

Personnel[edit]

Sparta is[edit]

  • Jim Ward: Guitar and Vocals
  • Paul Hinojos: Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Matt Miller: Bass guitar
  • Tony Hajjar: Drums

Management[edit]

  • Blaze James @ Black Sheep Fellowship

A&R[edit]

  • Ron Handler @ DreamWorks/Geffen

Booking[edit]

  • Don Muller @ CAA

Legal[edit]

  • Ian Montone and Scott Bradford @ Davis, Shapiro. Lewit, Montone and Hayes

Road Crew[edit]

  • Gabe Kerbrat: Tour Manager
  • Adam Wakeling: Sound
  • Jeff "Rhino" Neuman: Stage Tech

The Burning Van[edit]

  • Chuck E. Myers: Producer
  • Nicholas Terry: Producer
  • Brain Vaughn: Engineer
  • Tino Saiki: Assistant Engineer
  • Matt Winegar: Remote Truck Engineering

Additional Remote Recording Services By[edit]

  • Ray Kimbler
  • Kimber Kable
  • IsoMike
  • Ryan Smith
  • SHURE Microphones
  • Hazmat
  • FOH Engineer La Zona Rosa
  • Jeff
  • J Squard Services
  • Tim Kennard
  • Forrest Production Services
  • Tequilla Mockingbird Studios
  • Joel Stevenett
  • Drummer.2.The.Starz.Backline