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The Open - Statues album

The Open - Statues album
Performer: The Open
Title: Statues
Released: 2006
Country: UK
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 116
Formats: MMF AA VOX MIDI VQF WMA AIFF
MP3 size: 1473 mb
FLAC size: 1816 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Forever
Engineer – David WrenchEngineer [Additional Recording] – Rob*
A2 We Can Never Say Goodbye
A3 Moment In Time
A4 Lovers In The Rain
A5 Statues
B1 My House
B2 She's Mystery
B3 Seasons Of The Change
B4 Fallen Free
B5 Alone

Credits

  • Artwork By [Assistant] – Chris Bigg
  • Artwork By [Design & Art Direction] – Vaughan Oliver
  • Bass – Jim Reynolds
  • Co-producer – Rob Kirwan, Steven Bayley
  • Drums – Roger Westwood
  • Engineer – Rob Kirwan
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Arturo Milcent
  • Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer – Jon Winter
  • Keyboards, Synthesizer, Piano, Vibraphone – Al Dutton*
  • Mastered By – Chris Athens
  • Mixed By – Michael H. Brauer
  • Mixed By [Assistant] – Keith Gary, Will Hensley
  • Photography – Marc Atkins
  • Songwriter – Steven Bayley
  • Trumpet – Tony Peers
  • Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Piano, Percussion – Steven Bayley

Notes

Gatefold sleeve
Recorded at Vega Studios, Carpentras, France in August 2005. Except "Forever" recorded at Bryn Derwen Studios, Bethesda, Wales. Additional recording on "Forever" made at Vega.
Mixed at Quad Studios NYC.
Mastered at Sterling Sound NYC.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
987549-9, 9875499 The Open Statues ‎(CD, Album) Polydor, Polydor, Loog, Loog 987549-9, 9875499 UK 2006
STATUES3, STATUES2 The Open Statues ‎(CD, Promo) Loog, Loog STATUES3, STATUES2 UK 2005
STATUES2 The Open Statues ‎(CD, Album, Smplr) Loog STATUES2 UK 2005
STATUES3 The Open Statues ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Loog STATUES3 UK 2005
STATUES1, STATUES3 The Open Statues ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Loog, Loog STATUES1, STATUES3 UK 2005


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