Emo Diaries, Vol. 5: I Guess This Is Goodbye

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
The fifth volume of Deep Elm's Emo Diaries series is entirely made up of unreleased material that's mostly from unheard of bands. Sometimes that is a good thing. Reuben's Accomplice sounds like it needs a little work, and White Octave's contribution "Looking Past Sky" is not the band's finest hour. Slowride makes a strong showing with "Daydream of a Future," and the clever production on Walt Lariat's "6:00am in Cortona" helps it along nicely. Sonically, this volume of the series doesn't tread too far from the emo feedbag. The set vacillates between a rawer, post-hardcore sound Cast Aside and the drifting and/or driving traditional emo of groups like Keith Ravine and ...
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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
The fifth volume of Deep Elm's Emo Diaries series is entirely made up of unreleased material that's mostly from unheard of bands. Sometimes that is a good thing. Reuben's Accomplice sounds like it needs a little work, and White Octave's contribution "Looking Past Sky" is not the band's finest hour. Slowride makes a strong showing with "Daydream of a Future," and the clever production on Walt Lariat's "6:00am in Cortona" helps it along nicely. Sonically, this volume of the series doesn't tread too far from the emo feedbag. The set vacillates between a rawer, post-hardcore sound Cast Aside and the drifting and/or driving traditional emo of groups like Keith Ravine and Benji. This is not the strongest chapter of the Emo Diaries, but it will certainly offer enough thrills and chills for Deep Elm faithful.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/28/2000
  • Label: Deep Elm
  • UPC: 601137039026
  • Catalog Number: 390

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Looking Past Sky (4:11)
  2. 2 Daydreams of a Future (2:51)
  3. 3 You Do It Awfully - Reubens Accomplice (4:04)
  4. 4 6:00am in Cortona - Walt Lariat (5:48)
  5. 5 Frostbite - Sunfactor (5:30)
  6. 6 I'll Never Get Home - Eniac (3:52)
  7. 7 Interlude/All at Once (4:47)
  8. 8 Two Empty Bottles (2:57)
  9. 9 Racecar Theory - Cast Aside (6:43)
  10. 10 Accentuate (4:16)
  11. 11 Far Good (5:30)
  12. 12 Landmine - End of Julia (3:41)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Walt Lariat Bass
Cast Aside Track Performer
End of Julia Track Performer
Technical Credits
David Dorn Contributor
Darrin Johnson Contributor
John Keane Engineer
Mike Nolte Contributor
Nathen Page Contributor
Tim Phillips Contributor
Dan Roberts Contributor
Manuel Molina Engineer
Chris Russell Contributor
Doug White Engineer
Spencer Davis Contributor
Jim Knapp Contributor
Eniac Engineer
Jesse Sprinkle Engineer
Toby Bush Engineer
Christian Quick Engineer
Michael Vermillion Engineer
Lincoln Hancock Contributor
Stephen Pedersen Contributor
Bob Luna Contributor
Rob Haddock Engineer
Ryan Harris Contributor
Reubens Accomplice Engineer
Finn Cohen Contributor
Rob Marchant Contributor
Josh Lott Contributor
Jamal Ruhe Engineer
Graham Blake Contributor
Jeff Bufano Contributor
Chris Corak Contributor
Andy Eames Contributor
Mike McAloon Contributor
Patrick Boyle Contributor
Nic Tinworth Contributor
James Tringham Contributor
Adam Ladd Contributor
Nathan McGehee Contributor
Mark Sonnabaum Contributor
Ray Sullivan Contributor
Walter Baker Contributor
Benjamin Smith Contributor
Jason Buntz Contributor
Michael Shepard Contributor
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