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Fahrenheit 451 - If I Knew Then What I Know Now - The Complete Discography album

Fahrenheit 451  - If I Knew Then What I Know Now - The Complete Discography album
  • Performer Fahrenheit 451
  • Title If I Knew Then What I Know Now - The Complete Discography
  • Date of release 2006
  • Style Interview, Hardcore, Punk, Conscious
  • Other formats ADX AAC MP2 AA XM FLAC MMF
  • Genre Rock / Audio records
  • Size MP3 1442 mb
  • Size FLAC 1870 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 202

Fahrenheit 451 (3). Fragments Of Reality. Fahrenheit 451 (3). No More Promises. Tracks CD-1 to CD-3 are from the F451 demo. Recorded @ Big Blue Meanie during the Winter of 1995. Tracks CD-4 and CD-5 are from the "New York's Hardest" compilation.

Fahrenheit 451 was a mid-to-late & relatively short-lived New York act who were certainly a NYHC band yet sounded little like their inner-city predecessors. Instead, Fahrenheit took large cues from Burn, in turn creating a groove-laden and restrained yet still thumping and charging hardcore sound.

Taken from the Fahrenheit 451 If I Knew Then What I Know Now - Complete Discography. Fahrenheit 451: Shift. by ilovetrinamichaels on 2012-05-10 In Video.

Fahrenheit 451 Unit Supplementary Reading - Page 1 Unit on Fahrenheit 451 Week Four Supplementary Reading Materials Packet Compiled by Alexandra Bell Pages 2-7: "Do You Know the Legend of Hercules and Antaeus?" The Wilderness in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 Rafeeq O. McGiveron Pages 8-12: "To Build a Mirror Factory": The Mirror and Self-Examination in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 Rafeeq O. McGiveron Pages 13-21: What "Carried the Trick"? Mass exploitation and the decline of thought in Ray Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 45. Rafeeq O. McGiveron Pages.

Fahrenheit 451 is a 1966 British dystopian drama film directed by François Truffaut and starring Oskar Werner, Julie Christie, and Cyril Cusack. Based on the 1953 novel of the same name by Ray Bradbury, the film takes place in a controlled society in an oppressive future in which the government sends out firemen to destroy all literature to prevent revolution and thinking.

If I knew then, you'd be here right now. Если бы я знала, сейчас ты был бы здесь. I'd trade the world and its gold to have and to hold. The one thing in life I love. Единственную вещь в жизни, которую я люблю. If I knew then, oh, what I know now. Если бы я знала тогда, о, то, что я знаю теперь, We would never have drifted apart.

Home Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451. Home. But he knew his mouth had only moved to say hello, and then when she seemed hypnotized by the salamander on his arm and the phoenix-disc on his chest, he spoke again. Of course," he said, "you're our new neighbor, aren't you?" "And you must be-" she raised her eyes from his professional symbols "-the fireman. She turned to face the sidewalk going toward their homes. Do you mind if I walk back with you? I'm Clarisse McClellan. Complete darkness, not a hint of the silver world outside, the windows tightly shut, the chamber a tomb-world where no sound from the great city could penetrate. The room was not empty.

Burning still: Fahrenheit 451. More than 50 years after its initial publication, Ray Bradbury's sci-fi fable still resonates. The Hugos came back by popular acclaim in 1955 but by then, it was too late for Fahrenheit 451. As later voters from the science fiction world convention (worldcon) realised, all that that meant that one of the most influential books in the genre had gone unrewarded and they retrospectively gave it a gong on its 50th anniversary in 2004. Would these small instances have taken on such burning significance for me if I hadn't read Fahrenheit 451? It's so ingrained it's impossible to say. On a broader scale, I'd hope that it wouldn't take Ray Bradbury to tell me that the proscription of books is alarming. Even so this is probably a good place to be reminded of the various works that are currently banned in different parts of the USA

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Discography
CD-1 Fahrenheit 451 Settle 3:27
CD-2 Fahrenheit 451 Shift 3:56
CD-3 Fahrenheit 451 Outro 0:49
CD-4 Fahrenheit 451 Fragments Of Reality 3:46
CD-5 Fahrenheit 451 No More Promises 4:42
CD-6 Fahrenheit 451 For 2:13
CD-7 Fahrenheit 451 Shift 4:09
CD-8 Fahrenheit 451 Blind 4:16
CD-9 Fahrenheit 451 Settle 3:26
CD-10 Fahrenheit 451 Afraid 3:50
CD-11 Fahrenheit 451 Guided 4:28
CD-12 Fahrenheit 451 Heights And Castles 3:57
CD-13 Fahrenheit 451 Remember Me 2:26
CD-14 Fahrenheit 451 Go 2:23
CD-15 Fahrenheit 451 Taxi 4:58
CD-16 Fahrenheit 451 No Class
Written-By – Motörhead
2:53
CD-17 Fahrenheit 451 Fragments Of Reality 4:30
CD-18 Fahrenheit 451 No More Promises 4:15
CD-19 Fahrenheit 451 Waiting Room (Live)
Written-By – Fugazi
4:03
CD-20 Fahrenheit 451 For (Live) 2:21
CD-21 Fahrenheit 451 Closing Doors 2:55
CD-22 Fahrenheit 451 And I 2:45
The Reunion Show Documentary
Reunion Show @ CBGB's 2/19/05
DVD-1 Fahrenheit 451 Fragments Of Reality (Live)
DVD-2 Fahrenheit 451 Shift (Live)
DVD-3 Fahrenheit 451 For (Live)
DVD-4 Fahrenheit 451 Settle (Live)
DVD-5 Fahrenheit 451 Remember Me (Live)
DVD-6 Fahrenheit 451 No More Promises (Live)
DVD-7 Fahrenheit 451 Shall Be Judged (Live)
Written-By – Burn
DVD-8 Fahrenheit 451 Afraid (Live)
DVD-9 Fahrenheit 451 Waiting Room (Live)
Written-By – Fugazi
DVD-10 Fahrenheit 451 Blind (Live)
DVD-11 Fahrenheit 451 Out Of Time (Live)
Documentary
DVD-12 Fahrenheit 451 Fragments Of Reality (Live)
DVD-13 Fahrenheit 451 For (Live)
DVD-14 Fahrenheit 451 Shift (Live)
DVD-15 Fahrenheit 451 No More Promises (Live)
DVD-16 Fahrenheit 451 Settle (Live)
DVD-17 Armando Bordas Vaughn Rant (Live)
DVD-18 Fahrenheit 451 Afraid (Live)
DVD-19 Fahrenheit 451 Shall Be Judged (Live)
Written-By – Burn
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DVD-20 Fahrenheit 451 Guided (Video)
Vocals [Additional Vocals On Bridge Verse] – Carley Coma
4:05
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DVD-21 Fahrenheit 451 Lyrics

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Big Blue Meenie
  • Recorded At – Network Studios
  • Recorded At – Purple Light Studios
  • Recorded At – Ludlow Street Studio
  • Mastered At – The Hit Factory
  • Recorded At – Organic Music, NYC
  • Recorded At – CBGB
  • Recorded At – Tramps, New York
  • Recorded At – Irving Plaza, New York

Credits

  • Bass – Kevin Smith
  • Co-producer – Howie Abrams (tracks: CD-6 to CD-10)
  • Design [Cover And Package] – David Santana
  • Drums – Joe Scallo (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5), Raymond Greene
  • Engineer – Dan Wise (tracks: CD-6 to CD-10), F-451* (tracks: CD-6 to CD-10), Jason Kanter (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5), Tim Giles* (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5)
  • Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Mike Barile* (tracks: CD-11 to CD-13, CD-15, CD-21, CD-22)
  • Featuring, Vocals [Additional Vocals On Bridge Verse] – Carley Coma (tracks: CD-11), Myke Rivera (tracks: CD-5)
  • Guitar – Frank Villalona, Lenny Bednarz
  • Interviewee – Armando Bordas, Frank Villalona, Kevin Gil, Lenny Bednarz, Raymond Greene, Vaughn Lewis
  • Interviewer – Andrea Jamison, Gary Muttley, Lenny Bednarz, Pete LaRussa, Samantha Bednarz
  • Mastered By – Chris Gehringer (tracks: CD-14, CD-17, CD-18)
  • Other [Documentary Filming] – Andrea Jamison, Gary Muttley, Lenny Bednarz, Michelle Mennona, Samantha Bednarz
  • Other [Guided Video Editing] – Howie Abrams
  • Other [Live Segment Filming] – Fans, The
  • Other [Reunion Show And Documentary Editing] – Scott Cumbo
  • Other [Reunion Show Filming] – CBGB, Davin Deblatt, Michelle Mennona, Steve Dimaggio
  • Other [Studio Segment Filming] – Howie Abrams
  • Photography – Mike Buscrash
  • Photography By – Carl Gunhouse, Jennifer Torpie, Kristin Callahan , Michele Lago, Vaughn Lewis
  • Producer – Davide Gentile (tracks: CD-14, CD-17, CD-18), Eugene Lavenue (tracks: CD-16), F-451* (tracks: CD-1 to CD-3, CD-14, CD-16 to CD-18), Jen Topper (tracks: CD-4, CD-5), Sal Villanueva (tracks: CD-4, CD-5)
  • Vocals – Armando Bordas

Notes

Digipak release.

Tracks CD-1 to CD-3 are from the F451 demo. Recorded @ Big Blue Meanie during the Winter of 1995.

Tracks CD-4 and CD-5 are from the "New York's Hardest" compilation. Recorded @ Big Blue Meanie during the Fall of 1994. Released on IJT Records.

Tracks CD-6 to CD-10 are from "The Thought Of It" EP. Recorded @ Network Studios in the Spring of 1996. Released on Striving For Togetherness Records.

Tracks CD-11 to CD-13, CD-15, CD-21, and CD-22 are previously unreleased tracks. Track 13 ("Remember Me") is incorrectly labeled as unreleased; it is previously released on the ARA benefit complation CD "Stop Racism". These songs were recorded during the Summer/Fall of 1999 @ Purple Light Studios.

Tracks CD-14, CD-17, and CD-18 are from the Japanese version of "The Thought Of It". Recorded @ Ludlow Street Studios during January 1998. Mastered @ The Hit Factory. Released by Addict Records.

Track CD-16 ("No Class") is a cover song originally performed by Motörhead. This song was recorded sometime during 1998 @ Organic Music NYC. This song is off the "Built For Speed: A Motörhead Tribute" compilation released by Victory Records.

Tracks CD-19 and CD-20 are live recordings from the reunion show @ CBGB's 2/19/05. Track 19 ("Waiting Room") is a cover song originally performed by Fugazi.

Track DVD-12 was recorded live @ Common Ground, Long Island, NY, May 23, 1997.

Track DVD-13 was recorded live @ Coney Island High, NYC during the Summer of 1998.

Track DVD-14 and DVD-18 were recorded live @ Tramps, NYC, May 4, 1997.

Track DVD-15 was recorded live @ CBGB's, NYC, 1996.

Track DVD-16 was recorded live @ CBGB's, NYC, 1997.

Track DVD-17 was recorded live @ Irving Plaza, NYC, December 1996. This is not actually a song. It is just a short clip of Armando telling a story to the audience about Vaughn Lewis throwing up on him in the van.

Track DVD-19 was recorded live @ Tramps, NYC, January 1998.

"Fragments Of Reality" is listed as "Fragments" under the reunion show track listing.

Duration of DVD main menu is 1:48.

Total duration of "Reunion Show @ CBGB's 2/19/05" on DVD is 45:09

Total duration of "Documentary" on DVD is 44:07