| August 24, 2004|
James Paul Wisner
24 August 2004
Further Seems Forever
Tooth & Nail Records
| Hope This Finds You Well
Emo, Rock music, Indie rock, Christian rock
Further Seems Forever albums, Emo albums
Hide Nothing is the third studio album by the Pompano Beach, Florida rock band Further Seems Forever, released in 2004 by Tooth & Nail Records. It was the band's only studio album with vocalist Jon Bunch, formerly of Sense Field, who had replaced Jason Gleason when the latter left the band due to interpersonal tensions. A music video was filmed for the song "Light Up Ahead."
All lyrics written by Jon Bunch; all music written by Josh Colbert, Chad Neptune, Steve Kleisath and Derick Cordoba.
- "Light Up Ahead" – 3:08
- "Hide Nothing" – 2:56
- "Already Gone" – 3:52
- "Like Someone You Know" – 3:16
- "Make it a Part" – 2:41
- "All Rise" – 2:49
- "Call on the Life" – 2:52
- "Lead the Way" – 2:32
- "Bleed" – 2:57
- "For All We Know" – 5:21
- "Bleed" (acoustic)* – 3:23
- "Light Up Ahead" (acoustic)* – 3:02
- "Make it a Part/All Rise" (acoustic)* – 4:25
*Tracks 11-13 were included exclusively with first-run copies of the album sold at Best Buy stores.Jon Bunch - vocals
Josh Colbert - guitar
Derick Cordoba - guitar
Chad Neptune - bass
Steve Kleisath - drums
James Wisner - keys, additional guitar
Record label: Tooth & Nail Records
All songs written by Further Seems Forever.
Produced, engineered, and recorded by James Paul Wisner at Wisner Productions.
Drums recorded at Landmark Studios.
Vocal pre-production on tracks 1-3, 7, & 9 by Holly Louis.
Mixed by James Paul Wisner at The Sound Kitchen except "Already Gone" mixed by Jeremy du Bois at The Dungeon Recording Studio in north Miami, Florida.
Executive producer: Brandon Ebel.
Layout by Jason Oda for Starvingeyes Inc.
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