6 March 2007
| March 6, 2007 (2007-03-06)|
The Respect Issue
Emmure albums, Deathcore albums, Other albums
According to archived album art, "Rusted Over Wet Dreams" was originally called "Scorpios With Black Names Are Bad News". The reason for this name change is unknown.
Track 6, titled "Travis Bickle" is a reference to the Martin Scorsese film Taxi Driver.
Tracks 3 and 8 are references to the comedy program, Chappelle's Show, being a reference to the title of a recurring sketch, and a quote by a character in a sketch respectively. The title of Track 5, "You Got a Henna Tattoo that Said Forever" is a reference to a quote from Zach Galifianakis' 2001 episode of "Comedy Central Presents".
Track 7, "Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle" is a take on the Dragon Ball film of the same name.
Frankie Palmeri - lead vocals
Jesse Ketive - lead guitar
Ben Lionetti - rhythm guitar
Mark Davis - bass guitar
Joe Lionetti - drums
Produced, engineered and mixed by Chris "Zeuss" Harris
Mastered by Alan Douches
Art direction, layout and illustrations by Paul Friemel
Goodbye to the Gallows is the debut full-length album by Emmure, released March 6, 2007 through Victory Records.
The guitarists on this release play 7 strings in Drop A# tuning (Drop Bb), which makes this and The Respect Issue the only Emmure albums to feature these tunings.
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