Love (Flipper album)
|Studio album by Flipper|
|Released||May 19, 2009|
|Recorded||2008 at Murky Slough Studios, Seattle, Washington|
|Genre||Hardcore punk, noise rock|
Love is the fourth studio album by San Francisco-based punk rock band, Flipper. The album was released over 16 years after their previous studio album, American Grafishy, which was released in 1993. Love is the only Flipper studio album to date to feature former member Krist Novoselic and recording sessions took place at Murky Slough Studios, Novoselic's property in Washington.
The album has been referred to as an "evil twin" to the accompanying live album, Fight, which was recorded live during the band's performances in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Jack Endino recorded and produced both albums. Both albums were released on CD and digital download on May 19, 2009 and prior to the release, the album was also available for stream.
The cover art uses a font — available freely on the internet under the name "Crass" — extremely similar to the one Crass used on all of their releases.
All songs written by Bruce Loose, Ted Falconi, Krist Novoselic and Steve DePace.
|1.||"Be Good, Child!"||1:42|
|2.||"Learn to Live"||3:03|
|3.||"Only One Answer"||6:14|
|8.||"Why Can't You See?"||6:32|
Musicians and personnel
- Bruce Loose - lead vocals
- Ted Falconi - lead guitar
- Krist Novoselic - bass guitar
- Steve DePace - drums