Out Of The Tunnel (Album). Ralph Records, Ralph Records. Crowd Control (Album). I've Seen Enough (CD, Album).
After twenty years together, MX-80 continue to hone their relentless, all-out aural attack - loud and pressing, led by a ripping, treble-heavy guitar.
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Hard Attack is the debut album by MX-80, released in 1977.
MX-80Back cover Out of the Tunnel (1980) Photo by Kim TorgersonBackground info. In 1994, the band performed at Steve Albini’s baseball-themed ’PineTar. 406’ concert in Chicago and the following year, MX-80 released their gloomiest recording, I’ve Seen Enough (Atavistic). Produced by and featuring David Immerglück (Camper Van Beethoven/Monks of Doom/Counting Crows), the album was dismissed by critics as dull, slow shi. ike some bland off-brand ginger ale. It was followed by a live recording of a Chicago concert, Always Leave ‘Em Wanting Less (Atavistic, 1997).
I've Seen Enough Lyrics. I just wish you could understand Why I split at the seams. I tried my best But this proved too much for me. And now that I'm growing old I'm more and more scared of ghosts It seems that I'm never alone Just the thought of you brings out the cold. And I've seen enough to know I needed you to grow But now I'm leaving you behind. Now I see you everywhere but it's just your twin I say hello and she scoffs at me and I can never win. And I know that people never change They just die off and down comes the rain
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I've seen enough of nothing new The blackest stain on history or last laugh blues Not gonna fight, not gonna cry Not gonna shop around for one flag to fly. I've seen enough, inventor's age I've covered up my face, browbeaten shame I've got the edge, I feel the sting I've fallen into the deepest sleep, telephone rings
|1||Monster From Japan||2:16|
|4||We Will Bury You||2:46|
|6||You Can't Win 'Em All||4:24|
|7||I've Seen Enough||3:09|
|8||You Can't Kill A Laughing Man||4:43|
|9||Hole In The Sky||3:05|
|10||Have Another Drink||2:55|
|11||Thank You Boss||5:33|
|12||Dough Boy Joe||3:51|
|13||Last Man On Earth||2:15|
|14||Who Is The Man?||6:55|
- Bass, Vocals – Dale Sophiea
- Design – Elania Nanopoulos
- Drums – Marc Weinstein
- Engineer – David Immerglück
- Guitar – Bruce Anderson
- Keyboards, Effects ["speem-o-tronics"] – David Immerglück
- Mastered By – Myles Boisen
- Producer – Dale Sophiea, David Immerglück
- Vocals, Horn – Rich Stim
NotesEarlier versions of tracks 1, 5 and 12 appeared on the 1987, cassette-only album Existential Lover.
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