Monday, March 30, 2009

Between Order and Model

Between Order & Model
Between Order & Model cover
EP by Funeral for a Friend
ReleasedAugust 12, 2002
RecordedMighty Atom Studios (Swansea, South Wales)
LabelMighty Atom
ProducerJoel Gibb and Funeral for a Friend
Funeral for a Friend chronology

Between Order & Model

Four Ways to Scream Your Name


Between Order and Model is the debut EP by Welsh post-hardcore band Funeral for a Friend. It was released on August 12, 2002 (see 2002 in music) through Mighty Atom Records in the United Kingdom. It is currently out of print and highly sought after by fans of the band. All of the tracks, excluding "Juno," were included on the band's 2003 (see 2003 in music) EP, Seven Ways to Scream Your Name. "Red Is the New Black" was featured on the band's debut album "Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation", whilst "Juno" was reborn as "Juneau" on the album. The band recorded a promo video for "10:45 Amsterdam Conversation with the current line up for a Welsh TV show. This EP was later re-released due to a high demand for it. The avid fan can tell the difference between the original and the re-release. The original's CD is gold coloured whilst the re-release is pale blue, the liner sleeve on the re-release is a pale blue rather than white and the background colour on the back of the case is also pale blue rather than orange.

[edit] Track listing

  1. "10:45 Amsterdam Conversations" (3:39)

  2. "Juno" (Early version of "Juneau") (3:43)

  3. "Red Is the New Black" (5:09)

  4. "The Art of American Football" (2:23)

[edit] Credits

Line-up credited at point of release:

Matt Davies (aka Davies-Kreye) - voice (melody)

Kris Roberts (aka Coombs-Roberts) - guitar

Darran Smith (listed as Darren Smith) - guitar

Gareth Davies* - bass

Ryan Richards* - drums, voice (aggression)

*Not involved in the recording

Ex-members involved in and thanked for the recording (not credited in the re-issue):

Johnny Phillips - drums

Matthew Evans - agression vocals

Andi Morris - bass guitar

Additional backing vocals by Alwyn Davies

Produced and mixed by Joe Gibb and Funeral for a Friend

Engineered by Roger Hopkins and Alwyn Davies

Recorded at Mighty Atom Studios, Swansea

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