Challenger – Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses.
Give The People What They Want - The O'jays from album "SURVIVAL" in 1975.
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Challenger is a band for anyone who enjoys hearing an album where every song has something new to offer, yet there is an underlying component that solidifies the whole release. In Challenger's case this cohesive element is their energy. The music is fast paced and heavy and the vocals are never subdued.
Crunchy, spiraling power rock is the name of the game for Challenger on their fiery debut Give People What They Want in Lethal Doses. Drawing from SST greats Hüsker Dü and the Minutemen, this careening, unstoppable trio blasts through ten punchy punk tunes layered with vocal harmonies and lightning guitar riffs.
Challenger - Input The Output 02:51. Challenger - Death Museum 03:39. Challenger - Blackouts 03:38.
Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses 2004. Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses 2004. When Milemarker guitarist Dave Laney starting bringing heavier, punkier songs to his band's practice sessions, it became obvious to the rest of the band that it just wasn't working. Milemarker was more open-ended and Laney's new music was all about the three-minute rock song. like something Black Flag would have used on In My Head). Charles Spano, Rovi.
The Chicago-based Challenger picks up on that sense of committed, plugged-in noisemaking on its debut album, a contender in 2004's roaring, quasi-political, punk-savior pageant. It joins previous winners At The Drive-In, Desaparecidos, an. nd You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead. What They Want features plenty of pummeling and dissonance, but also moments when the guitars spiral around each other majestically, the lyrics describe mortal fear, and the vocals surge.
Challenger - Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses submitted by drone. This album is 11 tracks of all-out aural assault, and dare I say the best album in From Ashes Rise's pummeling (and insanely fantastic) catalog. If this doesn't stoke the adrenaline, I'm not sure what will. From Ashes Rise "Nightmares" original pressing, dark red/smoke
|A1||Input The Output|
|A5||This Is Only A Test|
|B3||The Angry Engineer|
|B5||The Trojan Horse|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jade Tree
- Copyright (c) – Jade Tree
- Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated – 10758
- Recorded At – Presto! Recording Studios
- Mastered At – West West Side Music
- Mastered At – Trutone Mastering Labs
- Design – Challenger
- Drums [Uncredited], Performer – Timothy Remis
- Guitar [Uncredited], Bass [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited], Performer – Al Burian
- Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited], Performer – Dave Laney
- Lacquer Cut By – P·A*
- Mastered By – Alan Douches
- Recorded By – A.J. Mogis
- Written-By – Challenger
NotesRecorded at Presto Studios Lincoln, NE Aug 20 to Sept 4 2003
Mastered at West West Side Music
Comes with a printed inner sleeve and a folded insert with lyrics and credits.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): JT-1092-A 10758.1 TRUTONE-NYC-P·A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): JT-1092-B 10758.2 TRUTONE-NYC-P·A
- Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 792258109214
|JT1092||Challenger||Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses (CD, Album)||Jade Tree||JT1092||US||2004|
|JT1092||Challenger||Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses (CD, Album, Promo)||Jade Tree||JT1092||US||2004|