EDC

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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
Simply put, Satchel's debut album, EDC, is '90s alterna-rock at its finest and most original. Leaving the then-popular grunge sound at the door, Satchel embarks on a new musical style, combining gentle ballads and near-metal rockers with drum loops, guitar heroics, and ultra-talented Shawn Smith's high-pitched vocals and piano. Shards of Prince's funk, Queen's grandeur, and Led Zeppelin's almighty heavy groove come bubbling to the surface, but the band incorporates these already established elements into their own sound. The album is loosely based on the then-little-known movie Reservoir Dogs, with song titles named after characters in the movie, even including dialogue ...
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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
Simply put, Satchel's debut album, EDC, is '90s alterna-rock at its finest and most original. Leaving the then-popular grunge sound at the door, Satchel embarks on a new musical style, combining gentle ballads and near-metal rockers with drum loops, guitar heroics, and ultra-talented Shawn Smith's high-pitched vocals and piano. Shards of Prince's funk, Queen's grandeur, and Led Zeppelin's almighty heavy groove come bubbling to the surface, but the band incorporates these already established elements into their own sound. The album is loosely based on the then-little-known movie Reservoir Dogs, with song titles named after characters in the movie, even including dialogue clips between tracks. The album's track sequencing is also masterfully done; after listening to EDC, you really do feel like you've accomplished a far-reaching musical journey. Since the album is so consistent, it's hard to pick highlights, but some could very well be the guitar showcase "Equilibrium" and the thunder-rock of "More Ways Than 3" and "Mr. Pink." Also included is the slippery funk of "Built 4 It" and the two album-closing ballads -- "The Roof Almighty" and "Suffering" -- which demonstrate the strength of Shawn Smith's heartfelt vocals and gentle piano playing.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/1994
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074645764924
  • Catalog Number: 57649

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Mr. Brown (4:46)
  2. 2 Equilibrium (3:38)
  3. 3 Taste It (3:17)
  4. 4 Trouble Come Down (3:05)
  5. 5 More Ways Than 3 (4:15)
  6. 6 Hollywood (4:06)
  7. 7 O (3:04)
  8. 8 Mr. Pink (3:42)
  9. 9 Built 4 It (5:14)
  10. 10 Mr. Blue (2:24)
  11. 11 Willow (5:07)
  12. 12 The Roof Almighty (2:10)
  13. 13 Suffering (5:16)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Satchel Primary Artist
Matt Chamberlain Percussion
Regan Hagar Drums, Keyboards
Shawn Smith Guitar, Piano, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
John Hoag Guitar, Keyboards
Cory Kane Bass, Keyboards
Nalgas Saxophone
Technical Credits
Bruce Calder Producer, Engineer
Chris Fuhrman Engineer
John Goodmanson Engineer
Regan Hagar Producer, Engineer
Dennis Herring Producer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Shawn Smith Producer, Engineer, drum programming
Satchel Producer, Engineer
John Hoag Producer, Engineer
Cory Kane Producer, Engineer
Jennifer Cohen Art Direction
Joel Zimmerman Art Direction
Barrett Jones Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Best Album You've Probably Never Heard

    Satchel's EDC is quite possibly the most overlooked and underappreciated album of 90's. Musically, each track represents a different genre of artisitic expression: hard rock, ballad, funk, and even a touch of pop here and there. The influence of hard rockers like Led Zeppelin ripples through a number of pieces, but is interlaced with hints of Prince's musical genius and the artistry and lyricism of some of Beck's early works. though the music draws partially from each, it's entirely original, and the sound is harmonious and smooth. Some of the guitar work is extraordinary and quite powerful in parts, and levels out the paced lyrics and underlying rythems. A must have album for anyone who enjoys great music and a hard thumping beat in their chest-

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