The Salvation Army (album)
|The Salvation Army|
|Studio album by The Salvation Army|
|Genre||Alternative rock, Paisley Underground|
|The Salvation Army chronology|
The Salvation Army is the debut album by The Salvation Army, released in 1982. In the summer of 1982, legal problems with the actual Salvation Army forced the band to change their name. "The Three O'Clock" came from the time of day the band rehearsed.
- "She Turns To Flowers"
- "Upside Down"
- "The Seventeen Forever"
- "Mind Gardens"
- "Grimly Forming"
- "While We Were In Your Room Talking To Your Wall"
- "Happen Happened"
- "I Am Your Guru"
- "Going Home"
- Michael Quercio – lead vocals, bass
- Troy Howell – drums, kalimba
- Louis "Gregg" Gutierrez – guitar, keyboards
- H.B. Lovecraft – producer