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A Dozen Dead Roses

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Released  1985
Length  37:42
Artist  No Trend
Producer  Don Zientara
Recorded  ?
Label  No Trend Records
Release date  1985
Genre  No wave
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A Dozen Dead Roses is the second studio album by American post-punk band No Trend, released in 1985 through their very own No Trend Records. The album features a dramatic musical and stylistic shift from previous releases, being more funk influenced when compared to their previous noisy records such as Too Many Humans. The album features Lydia Lunch performing vocals on numerous tracks. The track "For The Fun Of It All" originated from their previous release, Too Many Humans.

Contents

No trend karma nights


History

After the release of Too Many Humans, Frank Price, Bob Strasser, and Michael Salkins all left the group, leaving Jeff Mentges. Mentges would later recruit other musicians to help with the recording of A Dozen Dead Roses. This album features a dramatic change in sound, featuring influences of jazz and funk music. The sudden change in sound has been described as a prank on the fan base they've attained from the release of Too Many Humans. Just like their previous releases up to this point, A Dozen Dead Roses is completely out of print, and the possibility of a reissue is highly unlikely due to the destruction of the original master tapes.

Track Listing

All lyrics written by Jeff Mentges, except for "Heartache", which was written by Butch Willis.

Performers

  • Jeff Mentges - Vocals (Credited as Jefferson Scott)
  • Lydia Lunch - Vocals (Tracks 2, 3, 8, and 10)
  • Danny "Spidako" Demetro - Keyboards
  • Robert "Smokeman" Marymont - Bass
  • Dean Evangelista - Guitar
  • Benard Demassy - Saxophone
  • Ken Rudd - Drums
  • Production

  • Don Zientara - Recording, Mixing
  • No Trend - Music, Recording
  • Dean Evangelista - Photography
  • Songs

    1Karma Nights3:52
    2Your Love5:40
    3Tear You Apart2:36

    References

    A Dozen Dead Roses Wikipedia


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