| Hollywood Records|
| September 12, 1995 (1995-09-12)|
London Bridge Studios, Seattle, WA; Shelter Island Studios and Sorcerer Sound, NY
Seemless is Into Another's third full-length album, released on September 12, 1995 on Hollywood Records.
Seemless (Into Another album) Wikipedia
The band recorded the album at Seattle's London Bridge Studios in Seattle, WA, with producer Rick Parashar who Richie Birkenhead described as "the most down to earth, unpretentious, coolest guy in the world." The band spent three weeks recording the album. In an interview, Birkenhead said, "There are a few layers, like on some songs we have an acoustic guitars, or on "Regarding Earthlings" there is a tamboura way back in the mix. Also on the song "May I", I play a Wurlitzer."
The opening track on the album, "Mutate Me," was released as music video, directed by Fred Stuhr. The second single, "T.A.I.L." was also released as a video, directed by Noah Bogen. The track fared well on radio, climbing to #39 on the Billboard Single chart in 1996.
Ultimately the album failed to make an impact on the charts, with the band blaming the label for "terrible distribution and promotion." The album is currently unavailable in the iTunes Music Store, which Birkenhead blames on Hollywood Records, saying the label "deliberately shelved and deleted stuff from catalogs."
Into AnotherRichie Birkenhead - vocals, Worlitzer organ
Peter Moses – guitars
Tony Bono – bass
Drew Thomas – drums, congas
Additional MusiciansVictor Axelrod - Hammond B3 organ
Production and recordingRick Parashar - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
John Plum - Engineer
Ray Martin - Engineer
Greg Griffith - Assistant Engineer
George Marino - Mastering
Geoff Ott - Assistant Engineer