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Splinter Fish
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Splinter Fish

Vinyl Album

Released 1989

Recorded

Quincy Street Sound, 1988-1989

Genre

Alternative rock music

Label

StreetSound Records

Producer

Tim Rich & Chuck Hawley

Splinter Fish was the only album released by the Albuquerque band Splinter Fish. It was recorded at Quincy Street Sound in Albuquerque from November 1988 to the next fall and released in November, 1989.

TracksEdit

Ventral Side

Not A Subversive - Words and music C. Hawley
Not A Subversive
Milo's Sunset - Words and music C. Hawley
Milo's Sunset
July - Words and music C. Hawley
July
Before The Dreaming - Words and music C. Hawley
Before The Dreaming
Vacant Flame - Words and music C. Hawley
Vacant Flame

Dorsal Side

Scatter Dogs - Words Debo, Mitch Morrison; Music J. Bracey, C. Hawley
Scatter Dogs
Mars - Words and music C. Hawley
Mars
Take Me - Words C. Hawley; Music J. Bracey, C. Hawley
Take Me
Stories - Words and music C. Hawley
Stories
In The End - Words Debo; Music Quincy Adams
In The End

Recording InformationEdit

Produced by Tim Rich and Chuck Hawley, Engineered by Tim Rich with additional engineering by Don Whittemore and Chuck Hawley.

The album was recorded onto 32-track analog tape. The song "Take Me" was also tracked with two extra tracks on DAT, synched to the analog tape. The song Psychic Generation was also recorded and scheduled to be on the album but was scrapped along the way.

Lyric Sheet, side 1

Lyric Sheet, side 2