Since 1972

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Since 1972
Since 1972.jpg
Studio album by Josh Freese
Released March 24, 2009
Recorded Long Beach, California
Genre Glam rock[1]
Length 29:45
Label Outerscope
Josh Freese chronology
The Notorious One Man Orgy
(2000)
Since 1972
(2009)
My New Friends
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]

Since 1972 is the second solo album by American drummer Josh Freese. It was released on March 24, 2009.

Pricing plans[edit]

Inspired by the value-added packages offered by collaborator Trent Reznor for the 2008 Nine Inch Nails album The Slip, Freese implemented a value-added purchase plan for the album with various premium options. For example, people who paid $50 got a congratulatory phone call, while people who paid $20,000 got two songs recorded about them.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Josh Freese, except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "I Don't Think That's OK" 3:30
2. "We All Knew" 1:45
3. "Blood On Your Knuckles" 2:24
4. "2002" 3:24
5. "I Wanna Cheat On My Girlfriend" 2:47
6. "Who Am I To Say, Really?" (Josh Freese, Stone Gossard, Eric Walton) 3:44
7. "Point Some Fingers" 3:02
8. "Get Away With It" 2:22
9. "Because" 2:11
10. "It's Fucked Up" 2:09
11. "All Goddamn Day" 2:29

Personnel[edit]

  • Josh Freese - all instruments and vocals (except where noted below)

Additional musicians

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