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Becoming I [Parental Advisory]

Artist: Unloco (Recorded By)

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Label: Warner Bros.
Album: Becoming I
# Song Title   Time
1)    Crashing
2)    Failure
3)    Hands and Knees
4)    Empty
5)    Bruises
6)    Drowning in It
7)    Watching Me Slip
8)    Becoming I
9)    Fold
10)    Neurotic
11)    Making Me Hate You
12)    Texas

Performer Notes
  • Unloco: Joey Duenas (vocals, acoustic guitar); Marc Serrano (guitar); Victor Escareno (bass); Pedro Navarette (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Scott Gillman (guitar, flute, keyboards, programming); Justin Walden (keyboards, programming).
  • Recorded at Third Stone Studios, North Hollywood, California.
  • Personnel: Joey Duenas (vocals); Scott Gilman (guitar, flute, keyboards, programming, drum programming); Justin Z. Walden (keyboards, programming, drum programming); Peter Navarrete (drums); Victor Escareno (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixers: Mudrock ; Andrew Murdock.
  • Recording information: Third Stone, North Hollywood, CA.
  • Photographer: James Minchin.
  • With the departure of guitarist Brian Arthur to join Goldfinger, and with its back against the wall due to disappointing sales of its Healing album, Unloco hit the studios with a new guitarist and a damn-the-torpedoes attitude for Becoming I. The results are a more focused and aggressive sound, owing in large part to the depth and technical assurance exhibited by new guitarist Marc Serrano. There's more muscle as well in Joey Duenas' vocals, which span the gap from angst balladry on "Watching Me Slip" to mutant, gravelly catharsis on "Making Me Hate You" and back to an unexpected sensitivity on "Texas," with its un-Unloco acoustic guitar/cello sample arrangement. Aside from that track, their lyrics focus as much as ever on self-pity, worthlessness, and extreme annoyance, and their style continues to conform to post-metal conventions. But the band's sharper performance and dabbling in electronic atmospherics suggest this is the lineup that could give Unloco the aboveground exposure that had previously eluded its grasp. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk

Producer:Mudrock; Andrew Murdock
Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:11 March, 2003
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Mike on
unloco is a really cool rock / metal band who doesnt have to many albums out there and arnt that well publicised probly because of the music label they are under (maverick isnt as popular as roadrunner), this album includes bruises (from the matrix reloaded soundtrack) and watxh me slip and failure

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