Coronado

by Coronado

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about

Coronado's first full length album recorded at The Subterranean Mint outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the spring and summer of 2012. Produced by band members Alexander Sands (keys/vocals) and Marc Martinka (drums), who collaborated on a number of the tracks, the album reveals Coronado's beginning's as a band. The record also features two tracks by guitarist/songwriter Andy Carlson, and some of the later production work was completed in August 2012 by lead guitarist Brian Swed. After a string of bassists during the early months of forming, the band added Alex Rowland (bass) and the self-titled debut album began shortly thereafter.

credits

released 27 October 2012

Andy Carlson: guitar/vocals
Marc Martinka: drums/percussion
Alexander Sands: Rhoads/organ, vocals
Brian Swed: guitars
Alex Rowland: bass

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Track Name: Something Died
Oh lord, I tried, I tried so hard yet something died. You know, the game, you know the game it's all the same- every time I turn around I tell you man, it's something new- what a man to do??
Track Name: Warmth, Thieves, and Slaves
Why did I hand over my life?
Track Name: When You Die (It's Too Late)
When you die... it's too late.
Track Name: The Souza Show
You're a dirty dirty boy... Mr. Wallace.
Track Name: Lay Me Down
You make it easy, you lay me down, like a child in the grass on the ground.
Track Name: Texas Blues
All they took was a stereo and a jar full of change.
Track Name: The Great Divide
It was the longest day of my life.
Track Name: Mercy
I need a name to go by.
Track Name: The Tolling Bell
It's time to head on, because after all... I'm bound to no one.
Track Name: No, Thanks
Let the light shine in, c'mon let it begin, and start it all again.