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Lenola - The Day The Laughter Smelled album

Lenola - The Day The Laughter Smelled album
  • Performer Lenola
  • Title The Day The Laughter Smelled
  • Date of release 1998
  • Style Lo-Fi, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
  • Other formats MMF MP2 ASF MIDI FLAC TTA AU
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1109 mb
  • Size FLAC 1354 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 643

Recorded at home on the Poo-Pow 8-Track Network at various times in '96 & '97. Comes in a construction paper cover with paste-on art and 8"x11" insert.

The Day the Laughter Died is a comedy double album by comedian Andrew Dice Clay, which was released in 1990. Produced by Rick Rubin whose concept was to record an unadvertised performance in a small club with a small crowd, many of whom would not necessarily be fans of Clay's act. Clay chose a New York club owned by comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Dangerfield's, to record during the holiday season. A sequel, The Day the Laughter Died, Part II was released in 1993.

Their second album, The Swerving Corpse, arrived in late 1997; the following year, Lenola gathered songs they had recorded inbetween albums onto two EPs, The Resurrection of the Close-Up on the Magic Spot on Fuzzy Box and The Day the Laughter Smelled on. The new millennium saw the release of Treat Me to Some Life in spring 2001.

Lenola was an American indie rock band formed in New Jersey in 1994, originally envisioned as a four-track project by lead man Jay Laughlin, but with the addition of guitarist David Grubb and drummer Sean Byrne, eventually became a standard band. In 2001, File Thirteen Records released their full-length CD, Treat Me To Some Life. Their final album, 2003's Sharks & Flames double CD was. The Day the Laughter Smelled 12" (1998) Blackbean & Placenta. The Electric Tickle (2000).

Lenola was an American indie rock band formed in New Jersey in 1994, originally envisioned as a four-track project by lead. Their final album, 2003's Sharks & Flames double CD was released in Japan and Europe but has yet to be issued in the US. Powered by strong guitars, Lenola has been compared to My Bloody Valentine, The Boo Radleys, Mercury Rev, and The Flaming Lips. In 2003, the group disbanded. Sean Byrne - drums (later of folk-rock group Twin Atlas). Discount Oatmeal"/"Greedo" 7" (1994). Tarred Dog Saved"/"Frisbee Weekend" 7" (1995).

Lenola was an indie rock noise - pop group formed in New Jersey in 1994, originally envisioned as a four - track project by lead man Jay Laughlin, but with the addition of guitarist David Grubb and drummer Sean Byrne, eventually became a standard band.

Lenola was an indie-rock noise-pop group formed in New Jersey in 1994, originally envisioned as a four-track project by lead man Jay Laughlin, but with the addition of guitarist David Grubb and drummer Sean Byrne, eventually became a standard band. In 2001, File Thirteen Records released their fourth full-length CD, 'Treat Me To Some Life'.

Tracklist

A1 Lenny Puff
A2 It's 1 AM, Bob Is Up
A3 Pause & Serve
A4 Peat Gatherers Honeymoon
A5 I'm In Your Band
A6 The Cold Is Coming On

Credits

  • Artwork By – PGB
  • Engineer – Dave*
  • Performer [Lenola] – Dave Grubb, Jay Laughlin, Scott Colan, Sean Byrne
  • Producer – Lenola
  • Songwriter – Jay*

Notes

Recorded at home on the Poo-Pow 8-Track Network at various times in '96 & '97.
Comes in a construction paper cover with paste-on art and 8"x11" insert.
There are several different colored construction paper covers in various sizes from 9"x12" to 13"x13" all used to frame the front cover art.

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Cordaron
Excellent lo-fi bedroom indie pop rock for your listening pleasure. This is a must have for any indie fan and collector