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The Cinema Eye - A Complete Arsenal Album
The Cinema Eye - A Complete Arsenal Album
Performer: The Cinema Eye
Title: A Complete Arsenal
Label: Sound Virus
Country: US
Released: 2003
Style: Indie Rock
Cat: #15
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1169 mb | MP3 size: 1321 mb | WMA size: 1367 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Seduce
2What You Die For
3Resist Reside
4Erase This Hour
5Turn On The Battle Mode

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
#15The Cinema Eye A Complete Arsenal ‎(CD, EP)Sound Virus#15US2003
SNDVRS 15The Cinema Eye A Complete Arsenal ‎(12", EP, Cle)Sound VirusSNDVRS 15US2003

Credits

  • DesignBrian Roettinger
  • Mixed BySamuel Craighead
  • PerformerCarlos Nunez , Jason Laveris, Mollie Welles, Paul Rentler
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByDavid Fowler

Notes

321 pressed on clear vinyl, the rest on black vinyl (this).
Comes with an onesided printed insert with credits.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): SOUNDVIRUS-15-A 45RPM [Bird In Flight]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): SOUNDVIRUS-15-B 45RPM [Bird In Flight]

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Comments (1)
Darkraven
Mollie Wells (vocals/keyboards), Carlos Nunez (keyboards), Jason Laveris (drums), and Conrad Vollmer (guitar) formed the Cinema Eye in their native Columbus, OH, in early 2002.
The four friends were bored to tears with their day jobs and obsessed with music, so getting a band together was just. Within a year, Sound Virus Records came calling to the Cinema Eye's brash, punk-inspired rock and offered to release their first record. Vollmer's commitment was short-lived, for he exited after six months. Audion's Paul Rentler joined the band and the Cinema Eye resumed recording. Their debut EP, A Complete Arsenal, and a split 10" with Audion were released in spring 2003. Laveris moved to California shortly thereafter; however, the Cinema Eye remained focused. Rentler's bandmate, David Fowler, joined the group and the Cinema Eye were once again a foursome. An appearance at SXSW in 2004 as well as tour dates with Pretty Girls Make Graves, Red Light Sting, Radio Berlin, and An Albatross coincided the band's proper full-length album. Some Nerve was released on Sound Virus in fall 2004.~ MacKenzie Wilson