Nova Mob (album)

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Nova Mob
Nova Mob album cover.jpg
Studio album by Nova Mob
Released May 1994 (Europe)[1]
July 1994 (U.S.)[2]
Genre Alternative
Length 45:21 (European version)
53:59 (U.S. version)
Label
Producer Nova Mob, Chopper Black
Nova Mob chronology
The Last Days of Pompeii
(1991)The Last Days of Pompeii 1991
Nova Mob
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[3]
Rough Guide to Rock(positive)[4]

Nova Mob is the second and final studio album by the American alternative rock band Nova Mob, released in 1994.

The two bonus tracks "Not Talkin' About" and "Evergreen Memorial Drive" are not listed on the album cover and do not appear on either the European version or the advance U.S. version of the CD.[5] "Evergreen Memorial Drive" is a re-recording of a 1992 single.

"Old Empire" was released as a single, together with three tracks recorded for a VPRO radio session.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Grant Hart, except where noted.

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Old Empire" 3:19
2."Shoot Your Way to Freedom" 3:03
3."Puzzles" 5:09
4."Buddy" 1:50
5."See and Feel and Know" 2:43
6."Little Miss Information" 3:49
7."I Won't Be There Anymore"Hart, Tom Merkl6:13
8."Please Don't Ask" 4:51
9."The Sins of Their Sons" 2:49
10."Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" 6:18
11."If I Was Afraid/Coda"Hart, Merkl/Hart, Chris Hesler6:02
U.S. bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
12."Not Talkin' About"2:22
13."Evergreen Memorial Drive"5:25

Personnel[edit]

  • Grant Hart – vocals, guitar, production
  • Tom Merkl – bass, vocals, production
  • Chris Hesler – guitar, production
  • Steve Sutherland – drums, production
  • John (J.C.) Clegg – baritone saxophone on “Shoot Your Way to Freedom”
  • Dave Brattain – tenor saxophone on “Shoot Your Way to Freedom”
  • Tom Secor – trombone on “Shoot Your Way to Freedom”
  • Craig Jacquart – trumpet on “Shoot Your Way to Freedom”
  • Kurt Christiansen – trumpet on “Shoot Your Way to Freedom”
  • Chopper Black – production, engineering
  • Brent Sigmeth – engineering
  • Pat Burkholder – engineering

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hüsker Dü Database/Discography/Commercial Releases". Thirdav.com. Retrieved September 3, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Hüsker Dü Database/Discography/Commercial Releases". Thirdav.com. Retrieved September 3, 2017. 
  3. ^ "allmusic Nova Mob > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved September 3, 2017. 
  4. ^ Nig Hodgkins, "Grant Hart/Nova Mob", in P. Buckley, ed., The Rough Guide to Rock (London: Rough Guides, 3rd edn., 2003), ISBN 1-84353-105-4, p. 473.
  5. ^ "Hüsker Dü Database/Discography/Commercial Releases". Thirdav.com. Retrieved September 3, 2017.