Dead Moon - Unknown Passage – New LP
When the dust of the decades settle, Oregon's contributions to music might be distilled down to a few people, a few bands, a few labels, a few venues and a few record stores, but Dead Moon will live on forever as a reminder of how it's done and what it's all about. This second album clearly goes back to Cole’s 1960s roots for inspiration, strips rock ‘n roll down to its essense, the core of it all exposed like a bare wire, crackling and smoking like a fuse, focused and furious, a leather coat pulled tight around a heart of gold, covering the twenty-year-old “Time Has Come Today” as if it was written for them, the other cuts Cole originals. Once you hear Moon's debut, you'll realize nothing could possibly be any better, at least until you hear this one. This one is essential.
The year 1989 saw the arrival of The Gories first album, the doors of Green Noise Records first opening, and the release of Dead Moon's classic second album. Reissue restocked at Green Noise.
Dead Moon Night
A Miss Of You
54/40 Or Fight
Time Has Come Today
On My Own
released January 1, 1989
DEAD MOON’s second LP, featuring classics such as Originally released in 1989, one of the top records of all time. Remastered from the original tapes.
A total masterpiece. Features great songs like "Dead Moon Night", "A Miss Of You", and "54/40 Or Fight" a cover of Chamber Bro's "Time Has Come Today," "Demona” and "On My Own." The record that built the legend and cemented the band as the greatest rock and roll act of the 90s right off the bat.
Bass, Backing Vocals – Toody
Drums – Andrew Loomis (tracks: A1, A3 to B5)
Lacquer Cut By – Fred Cole
Recorded By, Producer – Fred Cole
Vocals, Guitar – Fred Cole
Written-By – F. Cole (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5)
Artwork [Cover Art] – Kelly Manahan
Remastered By – Timothy Stollenwerk