The Wandas (album)

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The Wandas
The wandas - self titled album cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 30, 2011
RecordedDecember 2010
GenreRock
Length48:10
ProducerPatrick Krief
the Wandas chronology
New Wave Blues
(2009)
The Wandas
(2011)
New Interface (a design with friends for the future)
(2013)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
American Songwriter4/5 stars[1]

The Wandas is an album by the Wandas, independently released in conjunction with the band's publishing company, TFMRA, LLC in 2011. It is the band's second official release. It was featured in USA TODAY,[1] American Songwriter,[2]Paste Magazine and Spinner. The album was named one of the "50 best albums of the first half of 2011" by Guitar World Magazine.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Do or Die" – 3:56 McEachern / Battey
  2. "Forever and Ever" – 4:02 McEachern / Battey
  3. "Tied a Knot" – 3:45 McEachern
  4. "Mr. Mister" – 2:50 McEachern
  5. "Loaded" - 4:36 McEachern
  6. "Shotguns and Booze" – 2:32 McEachern
  7. "I Think it's Time (you got over yourself)" – 3:42 McEachern / Bierce
  8. "Feel It." – 3:16 McEachern
  9. "Longtime Running" – 4:22 Battey / McEachern
  10. "Abandon Ship" – 6:38 Battey
  11. "Everything Has Changed – 3:10 McEachern

Personnel[edit]

  • Keith McEachern - Lead vocals+, electric and acoustic guitar, synth, keys, piano, b3 organ, glockenspiel, percussion
  • Brent Battey - Electric guitar, background vocals+,
  • Ross Lucivero - Bass guitar, additional guitar on I Think it's Time (you got over yourself)
  • William Bierce - Drums, percussion, background vocals, additional piano on Forever and Ever
  • Patrick Krief - Producer++, additional guitars on Abandon Ship, Cowbell on Feel It.
  • Liam O'Neil - Wurlitzer, tenor saxophone
  • Chris Seligman - French Horn
  • Mixer - Dave Schiffman++
  • J. Saliba - Engineer
  • Mastering - Ryan Morey
  • +Lead Vocal on Abandon Ship - Brent Battey
  • ++Abandon Ship and Everything Has Changed mixed by Patrick Krief

References[edit]