Try Me (Self Defense Family album). Try Me is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Self Defense Family and first under this moniker - previous studio albums were released under the name End of a Year.
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Self Defense Family (shortened to Self Defense and previously known as End of a Year) are an American post-punk outfit with members from across the United States and England. The band has released five full length albums and several EPs and splits. YouTube Encyclopedic. Tigers Jaw, The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Code Orange Kids, Self Defense Family. Self Defense Family announces new album, releases new video".
Album · 2013 · 3 Songs. Strong Ties to the Community. Released: Nov 5, 2013. 2013 Harm Reduction.
A split album (or split) is a music album which includes tracks by two or more separate artists. There have been singles and EPs of the same variety, which are often called "split singles" and "split EPs" respectively. Split albums differ from "various artists" compilation albums in that they generally include several tracks of each artist, or few artists with one or two tracks each, instead of multiple artists with only one or two tracks each.
Self Defense Family - "Have You Considered Punk Music". 470. 13. See all. Posts. 25 April ·. Have You Considered Punk Music is the song. It's about looking at yourself and why you like the things you like. It's also our best work. We once did a collaborative split together.
Self Defense Family The Corrections Officer In Me EP When he’s not playing in Drug Church, running his comic book company, making his own comics o. .Song Premiere: Self Defense Family, Jeni Leigh. Brian Kraus - August 11, 2013. Drug Church – Paul Walker. Scott Heisel - July 23, 2013.
Try Me is split down the middle between 40 minutes of music, and an almost equal amount of time devoted to a recorded conversation between Kindlon and 90s porn star Angelique Bernstein, better known by her industry name, Jeanne Fine. The content in those segments - two tracks appropriately titled "Angelique One" and "Angelique Two" - details Bernstein's early life before entering a profession she would later dominate. The original recording is reportedly over three hours long and involves almost her entire life story up to that point. The band opted out of using the segments regarding her adult film career to ensure interests wouldn't be misconstrued. Taken from a single session held by Kindlon and guitarist/sound engineer Andrew Duggan in a roadside motel, somewhere in upstate New York.