Rest of My Life (Unwritten Law song)

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"Rest of My Life"
Song by Unwritten Law from the album Music in High Places
Released January 21, 2003
Recorded August 2002 in Yellowstone National Park
Genre Alternative rock
Length 2:32
Label Earth Escapes
Writer Scott Russo
Producer Unwritten Law, Anthony Eaton

"Rest of My Life" is a song by the San Diego-based rock band Unwritten Law. It originally appeared on their 2001 album Elva, but this version was not released as a single and did not chart. An alternate recording from their 2003 live acoustic album Music in High Places did chart, reaching #16 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart.[1]

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

  • Scott Russo - vocals
  • Steve Morris - guitar, backing vocals
  • Rob Brewer - guitar, backing vocals
  • Pat "PK" Kim - bass guitar
  • Wade Youman - drums

Production[edit]

  • Don Worsham and Wil Burston – recording engineers
  • John Alagia and Jeff Juliano – mixing
  • Peter Harding – additional engineering and editing
  • Baraka – Pro Tools

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