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06 dirty south
07 it's all good
08 thing 1
Recorded and mixed by Doco and Tal Roughgarden at Flying Tiger Studios in Raleigh, North Carolina. Experimental railroad featuring George Barker on wah guitar.
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Recorded at Full Sail Studios in Orlando Florida. Tracks 1 and 4 engineered by Cris Jay. Tracks 2 and 3 engineered by Juan Covas. Mixed and Mastered by Doco at Cape Fear Studios in Wilmington North Carolina.
think outside the airlock
Recorded live at The Pour House Music Hall, Raleigh NC, on May 1, 2009.
Hip Hop vocals by Ignite Mindz and Live on track 5, Bass and Germs. Special thanks to sound engineer Jac Cain for mixing, recording, and troubleshooting, and studio magician Corey Martin for producing, editing, and effects processing.
warm fuzzy zombie death bunnies
Mass hypnosis experiment number two was released on CD for free at Warm Fuzzy Zombie Death Bunnies, March 27, 2009, hosted by Deep South Bar.
Recorded live on the Science of Funk 2009 Tour in Columbus GA, Blacksburg VA,and Raleigh NC, it features radio DJ B-Ware introducing the band at WKNC's 40th birthday celebration.
Recorded live at The Pour House Music Hall in Raleigh, North Carolina on May 23rd, 2008, this performance was the CD release party for Doco's first studio album The Fossil Record.
The sound engineer, Jac Cain, was gracious enough to hook up a two channel mix from the FOH sound board.
the fossil record
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02 the steerage revival (feat. the doco tabernacle choir)
07 bass and germs (feat. opus one and wordz the myth)
17 mexico pt. ii (feat. ignite mindz)
Recorded, mixed, and produced by Doco and Mike Dill at Upper Level Studios, Raleigh, NC. Mastered by Crystal Clear Sound, Firestone, CO. Released by IndienInk Music, Fort Collins, CO.
Recorded live on December 7, 2007. First recordings ever made of Let's Sell the Pig, Everything is in Unison, and Know What I Mean Bust. Features special effects on Bassment Door courtesy of sound engineer Jac Cain.
Recorded live on February 13, 2007 at The Fort Savannah in Lewisburg, West Virginia. First appearance of Call the Cops. Features DJ Pickled on turntables. Also features an improvised composition dedicated to Anvil Rock, a geographical feature of WV.