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Hey thanks: Daniel Presley, Jeffrey Reed, Chris Hudson, John Guarnieri, Ma & Pa Tobias, Betty Tobias, Steve Hobson, Philip Healy and the Knobs, Jeff & Elizabeth Booth, Jesse Jameson, Ric Menck, Bob Salerno, Elise Brown, Collette Hain, Lori Hill, Tom Ussia, Amy Morrissey, Tyler Harold, John Hampton, Steve Stone, Matt Kelley, the Hain & Dininni families, Kara Lafty, Dave Mauk, John Lilley, Pat Ford, Brad Green, Jen Leimgruber, Bruce Warren, Jim McGuinn, Jesse Flavin, Mike Kennedy, Andy Williams, friends, families, lax creditors and you. Extra special thanks to Brad Newsome for equipment, musicianship, transport, expertise, a cell phone, several magazines, a can of fix-a-flat and four or five dollars.
released March 8, 2011
Recorded roughly between Halloween and Thanksgiving 1999 at Wisteria Studios, Wilmington, DE. Mixed Feb. 2000 by Daniel Presley at Parkgate Studios, E. Sussex, UK. Transferred from tape and remastered November 2010 by John Senior, Paul Hammond & Paul Sinclair at Elm St. Studios, Conshohocken, PA, and Fat City, Blue Bell, PA. Remastering supervised by Ed Hogarty.
Produced & Recorded by Daniel Presley.
Asst. Engineer: Brad Newsome
All songs written by Scott Jefferson (What's That Horrible Music?, BMI) and/or Bret Tobias (Mary Metcalf Music, ASCAP), except for Summer (of Our First Hello), written by Tobias/Hogarty (Mary Metcalf Music, ASCAP/Seven Caesars Music, BMI).
The Bigger Lovers are Patrick Berkery, Ed Hogarty, Scott Jefferson and Bret Tobias
Additional musicianship courtesy of Brad Newsome, Steve Hobson and Daniel Presley.
Cover photo by firstname.lastname@example.org
Band photo by Brad Newsome