SRT01: Day For Airstrikes - Into The Comet

by Day For Airstrikes

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about

All music written by Day For Airstrikes.
Recorded and mixed by Aaron Colton and Ian Breen at The Cutting Room Studios in Manchester and at Aaron's mother's house in Stockport at various intervals between June 2008 and July 2009.
Additional recording and engineering by Jon Fearon at The Longcut's rehearsal room in Salford and at his home in Northenden between October 2008 and March 2009.
Additional recording and editing took place at both Ian's home and at the home of our friend Rob Gregg at various undefinable points during June 2008 and April 2009.
Mastered by Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studios in London in September 2009.

Art by Andrew McDonald except "Fingers to the Bone" drawing by Thom D. Bleasdale.

credits

released July 16, 2010

The people who perform on this record:

Ian Breen - electric and acoustic guitar, bass guitar, synth bass, percussion, vibraphone, hammond organ, synthesizers and keyboards, megaphone and programming.
John Simpson - electric and acoustic guitar, percussion.
Wesley Roskell - electric guitar, bass guitar, singing.
Adam Skerritt - electric guitar, synthesizers and keyboards, piano, singing.
Danny Jones - drums and percussion.

With the help of the following people:

Stuart Ogilvie - voices and percussion on Dons of New Islington.
Sadie Baker - electric piano on Quiet!!!!! Warmbear.
Stephen Greenhalgh - flugel and trumpet on Cosmonaut.
Michael Higginbottom - trombone on Cosmonaut.

We also had a large class of kids in the studio with us for a day. We let them go apeshit and recorded them screaming and running around. They can be heard in Quiet!!!!! Warmbear.
Sadly we can't remember any of their names or the name of their teacher, so we apologise for that, but also thank them immensely for being such awesome little tinkers!

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