The Wynona Riders - Artificial Intelligence album FLAC
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Producer – Andro, The Wynona Riders. Recorded By, Mixed By – Andy Ernst. Vocals, Other – Skip (27). Written-By – The Wynona Riders. The liner notes has the song "Good Luck, Bison" listed as the first track, but it does not appear on this CD.
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The Wynona Riders are an East Bay pop punk band formed in 1988 as Miss Conduct by Jim Tyler (drums), Eric Matson (guitar), Ron Murphy (bass) and Mike Lipari (vocals). In 1989 Ron Greer (Skip) joined the band as the lead singer, changing their name upon their first 924 Gilman Street performance The Wynona Riders. After the release of this album, Erick joined the band "Jack Killed Jill" and announced that he couldn't tour with The Wynona Riders. Upon hearing this, the other three members kicked him out of the band for good. After auditioning Patrick Hynes (one of the three owners of Lookout! Records at the time) and Joe Selby the band chose Joe to fill the guitar role for their 1995 US tour in support of the ".
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|A2||Bang Bang Orangutan|
Vocals [Atonal Singing] – Joe SillyWritten-By – Christopher Ruiz-Valesco*
- Recorded At – Art Of Ears Studio
- Mixed At – Art Of Ears Studio
- Bass – Richie*
- Drums – Dave E.C.
- Guitar – Joe Silly
- Keyboards [Spontaneous Keyboarding], Producer – Andro*
- Producer, Written-By – The Wynona Riders
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Andy Ernst
- Vocals – Skip
NotesReleased with printed inner sleeve and insert.
The song "Good Luck, Bison" is listed as the first track on the back cover, but it does not appear on this release.
Recorded and mixed @ Art of Ears, Hayward, CA June 1996.
|LK162||The Wynona Riders||Artificial Intelligence (CD, EP)||Lookout! Records||LK162||US||1997|