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Local Natives ‎– Gorilla Manor - New Vinyl Lp 2018 Frenchkiss Limited Edition 'Ten Bands One Cause' Pressing on Pink Vinyl - Indie Rock

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Street Date: 9/21/18

Four years ago, the charity initiative Ten Bands One Cause began with a diverse array of artists releasing 10 albums in limited quantities on pink vinyl with the goal of raising awareness for Gilda’s Club NYC, a charity that provides free support for everyone living with cancer along with their families and friends.

Gorilla Manor is the debut album by Los Angeles based indie rock band Local Natives. It was released in the United Kingdom on November 2, 2009, on Infectious Records, and February 16, 2010, by Frenchkiss Records in the USA. The album was self-funded by the band and recorded by Raymond Richards in his own Red Rockets Glare Studio, in West Los Angeles. It was produced in collaboration by Richards and the band. Gorilla Manor was named after the house they all shared in Orange County, where most of the album was written

Tracklist 

A1 Wide Eyes 4:26
A2 Airplanes 3:58
A3 Sun Hands 4:51
A4 World News 4:31
A5 Shape Shifter 5:30
A6 Camera Talk 3:45
B1 Cards & Quarters 4:00
B2 Warning Sign 4:12
B3 Who Knows Who Cares 3:53
B4 Cubism Dream 4:00
B5 Stranger Things 5:46
B6 Sticky Thread 3:48

Credits

  • Bass – Andy Hamm
  • Design, Art Direction – Local Natives
  • Drums – Matthew Frazier
  • Guitar, Vocals – Ryan Hahn, Taylor Rice
  • Management – Phil Costello
  • Mastered By – Dave Cooley (tracks: 01, 03, 05, 07, 08 and 12), Mark Chalecki (tracks: 02, 04, 06, 09 and 11)
  • Mixed By – Dan Long (tracks: 02, 04, 06, 09 and 11), Hugo Nicolson (tracks: 01, 03, 05, 07, 08 and 12)
  • Photography – Local Natives, Wendy Lynch Redfern
  • Producer – Local Natives
  • Producer, Engineer – Raymond Richards
  • Violin – Amanda Salazar (tracks: 02, 06, and 11), Charlene Huang (tracks: 09 and 11)
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion – Kelcey Ayer