Welcome To Discovery Park by Brad
To Celebrate, Welcome To Discovery Park (Originally Released in August, 2002 on Redline Entertainment) Will be Re-Issued for the Very First Time on Limited-Edition 2LP Gatefold Vinyl!
2012 marks the ten year anniversary of BRAD's long out-of-print, third studio album, Welcome To Discovery Park.
The album's recording sessions took place from May 2001 to March 2002 at Studio Litho and Studio X in Seattle, Washington. Studio Litho is owned by guitarist Stone Gossard. The recording of Welcome to Discovery Park saw contributions from Mike Berg, who had taken over as the touring bassist for Jeremy Toback. Most of the album was produced by the band members themselves, although they also worked with producers Phil Nicolo and Skip Drinkwater. The album was mixed by Nicolo, Drinkwater, and Matt Bayles. The album's cover art was photographed by Bruce Tom.
The album mixes the rawness of the band's debut, Shame, with the more polished, produced sound of the band's second album, Interiors. The album charted at number 46 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart.
1. Brothers and Sisters
3. Drop It Down
4. Never Let Each Other Down
5. If You Could Make It Good
7. Takin' It Easy
9. All Is One
10. Couch T-Bone
11. La La La
12. Yes, You Are
14. It Ain't Easy (Bonus Track)
15. Make Me Crazy (Bonus Track)
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