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Dead Season - Everything Connects FLAC album

Performer: Dead Season
Genre: Rock
Title: Everything Connects
Released: 2014
Style: Emo, Hardcore, Post-Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1192 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1108 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1442 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Gone
Lyrics By – Colin Clark, Patrick DupuisMusic By – Patrick Dupuis
2 Project Kansas
Lyrics By – Patrick DupuisMusic By – Colin Clark, Patrick Dupuis
3 Road To Nowhere
Lyrics By – Al BiddleMusic By – Al Biddle
4 Dark And Stormy Night
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Al Biddle, Colin Clark
5 Last Love Song
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Al Biddle, Colin Clark
6 Cave Bear
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Colin Clark
7 Interior
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Colin Clark, Patrick Dupuis
8 Giving Tree
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Al Biddle, Colin Clark, Mike Calder
9 Speed
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Al Biddle, Colin Clark, Patrick Dupuis
10 To A Close
Lyrics By – Colin ClarkMusic By – Patrick Dupuis

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  • Recorded At – Woodshed Studios, Detroit
  • Produced At – Woodshed Studios, Detroit
  • Mixed At – Woodshed Studios, Detroit
  • Mastered At – Signal 2 Noise


  • Artwork – Ben Playford
  • Bass – Paul Schedlich
  • Drums – Brett Fratangelo
  • Guitar – Patrick Dupuis
  • Layout – Ben Reed
  • Mastered By – Jon Drew
  • Producer – Dead Season, Tim Pak
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Mike Palm
  • Vocals, Guitar – Colin Clark


Released posthumously.
Here it is. The long awaited, never released Dead Season album. Initially recorded for Salinger Press in the late summer of 1999, it was delayed from a fall release until the spring of 2000. But Salinger folded and passed on the work to Atarms Mechanics, before Dead Season broke up and the record was shelved. In 2001 World on Fire Records took over the responsibility and had a new layout created. Colin Clark brought the songs to Jon Drew for mastering and everything was sent to the pressing plant. But World on Fire also folded and the tab for the CDs was never picked up, leaving the finished albums sitting in the warehouse until they were disposed of. Finally, in 2006, an unauthorized attempt was made by Conquer the World Records, but it was luckily brought to a halt before it was too late.
released April 1, 2000

Recorded at Woodshed Studios in August 1999, September 1999 and March 2000
Engineered by Mike Palm
Produced by Mike Palm, Tim Pak and Dead Season
Mastered by Jon Drew
Artwork by Ben Playford
Layout by Ben Reed

Dead Season on this recording is:
Colin Clark vocals, guitars
Patrick Dupuis guitars
Paul Schedlich bass
Brett Fratangelo drums