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Remy Zero (album)

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Genre  Alternative rock
Label  Geffen
Remy Zero (1996)  Villa Elaine (1998)
Length  42:47
Producer  Remy Zero
Released  January 30, 1996 (US) December 1, 2002 (UK)

Remy Zero is a 1996 self-titled album by Remy Zero, and was produced for Geffen Records. The band recorded it after moving to Los Angeles, where many of them suffered from homelessness and drug abuse. The Album received very little attention despite Radiohead having added Remy Zero to their tour after hearing Remy Zero's original Demo Tapes that appeared on KCRW, a radio station in Santa Monica.


  • High-hat - Stewart Copeland (tracks 7)
  • Engineer [Mix] - Frankie Blue
  • Mastered By - Bob Ludwig
  • Mixed By - Remy Zero, Ronnie S. Champagne* (tracks: 6+8)
  • Performer - Cedric Lemoyne, Cinjun Tate, Jeffrey Cain, Shelby Tate
  • Performer [Additional Musician] - Amiel Morris, Joe Ippolito, Joey Waronker, Louis Schefano, Martin Tillman, Steven Morris
  • Producer - Remy Zero
  • Recorded By - Eric Janko, Remy Zero, Ronnie S. Champagne
  • References

    Remy Zero (album) Wikipedia