View (album)

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View
Bryan beller view.jpg
Studio album by Bryan Beller
Released October 28, 2003 (2003-10-28)
Genre Progressive Rock, Progressive metal, Neo-Progressive rock
Length 60:15
Label Onion Boy Records
Producer Bryan Beller
Bryan Beller chronology
View
(2003)
Thanks In Advance
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic.com 4/5 stars[1]

View is the debut album by bassist Bryan Beller, known for his work with Mike Keneally, Steve Vai and Dethklok. The album was released in 2003 under Onion Boy Records. The album featured guest composers such as John Patitucci and Wes Wehmiller.

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs composed by Bryan Beller, except where noted.
No. Title Length
1. "Bear Divide" 2:34
2. "Seven Percent Grade" 5:32
3. "Supermarket People" 7:13
4. "Elate" 1:32
5. "Get Things Done" 7:35
6. "Backwoods" (composed by John Patitucci) 3:37
7. "Bite" (composed by Wes Wehmiller and Colin Keenan) 3:55
8. "Eighteen Weeks" 7:39
9. "Projectile" 1:36
10. "Wildflower" 4:49
11. "No" 4:12
12. "See You Next Tuesday" 4:12
13. "View" 5:50
Total length: 60:15

Personnel[edit]

  • Bryan Beller - Bass
  • Joe Travers - Drums
  • Rick Musallam - Rhythm Guitar
  • Griff Peters - Lead Guitar

Extended Personnel[edit]

  • Bryan Beller - Bass, keyboards, vocals
  • Rick Musallam - Guitar (Track #2, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 13)
  • Mike Keneally - Piano (Track #2); Guitar (Track #3 and 12); Hammon organ (Track #5)
  • Joe Travers - Drums (Track #2, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 13)
  • Jeff Babko - Hammond Organ, Piano (Track #3)
  • Toss Panos - Drums (Track #3, 10 and 12)
  • Griff Peters - Guitar (Track #5, 7 and 13)
  • Fausto Cuevas - Percussion (Track #5)
  • Colin Keenan - Lead Vocals (Track #7)
  • Wes Wehmiller - Background vocals, rhythm bass guitar (Track #7)
  • Tricia Steel - Vibraphone (Track #8)
  • Sean Bradley - Violin (Track #8)
  • Dmitri Kourka - Viola (Track #8)
  • Dave Takahashi - Cello (Track #8)
  • Yogi - Guitars (Track #9)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "View - Bryan Beller album review". Allmusic.com. 2003-10-28. Retrieved 2011-09-18. 

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