The Greatest of All Lost Arts

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The Greatest of All Lost Arts
Studio album by Lower Definition
Released July 8, 2008
Recorded at Interlace Audio, Portland, Oregon
Genre post-hardcore
Length 43:57
Label Ferret
Producer Kris Crummett and Lower Definition
Lower Definition chronology
Moths
(2006)
The Greatest of All Lost Arts
(2008)
The Infinite Et Cetera
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk.net 79% link
Sputnikmusic 3.5/5 stars link

The Greatest of All Lost Arts is the second album by the American post-hardcore band Lower Definition. The album was recorded in early 2008 with producer Kris Crummett and was released on July 8. The album contains 11 tracks, with Jonny Craig providing guest vocals on Pueblo Cicada. The band hand-picked Kris Crummett as their producer.[1] This album marks the last appearance by bassist Stefan Toler and founding member/drummer Valentino Arteaga.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "To Satellite" - 4:22
  2. "The Ocean, The Beast!" - 4:45
  3. "Miami Nights" - 4:27
  4. "The Choreographer" - 4:48
  5. "Versus Versace" - 3:36
  6. "Pueblo Cicada" (feat. Jonny Craig) - 3:58
  7. "His Silent Film" - 4:23
  8. "The Ventriloquist" - 3:55
  9. "If We Speak Quietly..." - 3:21
  10. "The Weatherman" - 3:58
  11. "Namaskar" - 2:24

Total Length: 43:57 [2]

Personnel[edit]

Band
  • Matt Geise – Vocals
  • Eddy Marshburn – Guitar
  • Stefan Toler – Bass
  • Valentino Arteaga – Drums
Production
  • Produced by Lower Definition and Kris Crummett
  • Engineered, Mixed and mastered by Kris Crummett
  • Legal by Scott Bradford
  • Management by Russ Hubley and Sean Heydorn
  • Artwork by Sons Of Nero
  • Photography by Phill Mamula

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Demonstrably Neglected". San Diego Reader. Retrieved 2012-02-19. 
  2. ^ "The Greatest of All Lost Arts, Lower Definition, Music CD - Barnes & Noble". Music.barnesandnoble.com. 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2012-02-19. 

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