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Resolver (Veruca Salt album)

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Released  May 16, 2000
Length  47:56
Release date  16 May 2000
Genre  Alternative rock
Recorded  1999–2000
Artist  Veruca Salt
Label  Velveteen Records
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Resolver (2000)  Officially Dead [EP] (2003)
Producers  Brian Liesegang, Louise Post
Similar  IV, Eight Arms to Hold You, American Thighs, Ghost Notes, Tonight and the Rest of M

Resolver is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Veruca Salt. It was released on May 16, 2000, on Beyond Records followed by an Australian release on December 6, 2002. This album was the first for the band after the departure of founding member Nina Gordon.

Contents

Like their previous album, Eight Arms to Hold You, the title is inspired by The Beatles, in this case, a play on the title of their 1966 album Revolver.

Track listing

All songs written by Louise Post, except where noted.

Personnel

  • Louise Post - bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, vocals, production, artwork, layout design
  • Kevin Tihista - bass guitar, guitar, vocals
  • Stephen Fitzpatrick - guitar
  • Matt Walker - percussion, drums
  • Eric Remschneider - cello
  • Scott Pazera - additional guitars
  • Brian Liesegang - programming, production, editing
  • Travis King - engineering, production assistant, sound design, cover art, cover image
  • Joe Barresi - mixing
  • Howie Weinberg - mastering
  • Randy Nicklaus - A&R
  • Scott Steiner - programming, editing
  • Chad Adams - engineering, editing
  • Joe Wohlmuth - assistant
  • Joshua Shapera - assistant
  • Album

  • 2000 Resolver Billboard 200 # 171
  • Songs

    1The Same Person1:03
    2Born Entertainer2:41
    3Best You Can Get2:45

    References

    Resolver (Veruca Salt album) Wikipedia


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