Sennheiser). The bootleg is so real, you can actually smell the poor ventilation of a legendary grotesque, basement bar, the All American Rathskeller, State College, PA. Listener, please note that this sort of recording, implementing a single microphone, naturally results in a single track recorded-- devoid of production-time luxury to adjust individual instrument volume, vocals, effects, etc. (i.e.
this is pretty much what you might have heard, if you were standing in the room-- a room with notoriously horrible acoustic response to boot! Yet, "Z", acoustic sound-man mystic waved his magic wand, apparently. The band thanks "Z" (E.R.) for this snapshot into a bit of music history, and-- considering the environment he had to deal with, not this but every night behind that board (i.e. tuning a rock band live performance is a challange for the sound-man, when it's a Skeller show). E-Nation, not to be confused with Enation (i.e. one tree hill?) See Also: Before disbanding in 2003, sOna drummer, Scott Everhart, and guitarist, Jeff Sabarese began working to continue where sOna [United States] decided to end.
That partnership of former sOna members evolved to become E-Nation. "...Feels so real to me. Was it all a dream?..." -- J. Lennon Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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