A Band in Hope

A Band in Hope

by The Matches

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/18/2008
Label: Epitaph / Ada
UPC: 0045778693825
catalogNumber: 86938
Rank: 274106

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Matches   Primary Artist
Tim Armstrong   Vocals
Mike Green   Guitar
Ben Kramer   Organ
Dean Butterworth   Percussion
Shawn Harris   Guitar,Piano,Vocals,Wood Box,Metal Objects
Jon Devoto   Guitar,Vocals
Matt Whalen   Percussion,Drums
Justin San Souci   Bass,Electric Bass,Vocals
Emilee Seymour   Vocals
Paul MacD Ruxton   Vibes
Anton Patzner   Violin
Lewis Patzner   Cello
Nick Foxer   Keyboards
Miles Hurwitz   Bowls
John Paulsen   Organ,Percussion

Technical Credits

Tim Armstrong   Producer
Mike Green   Producer,Engineer
John Feldmann   Producer,Engineer
Justin Lieberman   Engineer
Pete Krawiec   Engineer
Shawn Harris   Artwork,String Arrangements
Willie "Vamp" Samuels   Engineer
Matches   Composer
Jason Walters   Engineer
Emilee Seymour   Artwork
Paul MacD Ruxton   Producer,String Arrangements
Miles Hurwitz   Producer,Marbles
Michael Rosen   Engineer
John Paulsen   Arranger,Producer,Engineer

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A Band in Hope 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Matches have done it again! Every song is imaginative and original. It might even be my favorite from them, its between &amp quot a band in hope&amp quot or &amp quot e. von dahl killed the locals,&amp quot which is also a must have!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by far the best album I have heard in a long time. It features songs in a variety of styles, from punk "Yankee In A Chip Shop", to acoustic "Clouds Crash", to an opera "Darkness Rising". Though very different from the Matches former albums "which I would also highly recommend", the Matches are going in a great new direction. I would also like to recommend this album to any drummers, as Matt Whalen is an incredible drummer, and his non-traditional drumming style really shines through on this album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the matches have been one of my favorite bands for a long time, i always liked how their music was so different but so good. After the new album i am truly disapointed. The songs all sound the same and are not original. I do not recomend this album!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago