Land An Atom

by Dirtman

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Stephen Bromley What's not to love about a Dirtman record?! As off the wall as ever, but with better production values, this album is great! Favorite track: Unborn Umbrella Birds.
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Dirtman here recorded is Dan, Arthur, and April. Made Summer 2010 - Winter 2011.

credits

released February 15, 2011

Dan Jircitano - ukulele, bass, guitar, chord organ, singing saw, voice, kool keys
Arthur Bond - drums, percussion, backing vocals, synths, mixing, mastering, engineering
April Brennan - lead vocals, backing vocals, jaw harp, tin whistle, singing, lyrics and melodies
Joel Bouchard - acoustic guitar on "Horn Antler Tusk"
Matt Brewster - bass on "Owl Costume Renegade," guitar on "Treat/Nightmare"
Amy Holland - backing vocals on "Pretty Picking"
Brett Mattox - singing on "Brain Cabinet"
Justin Morgan - lead vocals on "The Apti-Toad"
Timothy Rottenberg - trombone on "Owl Costume Renegade" and "Mysterious Mr. Y"
Thom Stylinski - additional vocals on "Dirtman in the Future"
Matt Vuchichevich - synth strings on "Pretty Picking"
Simon Waldram - guitar and backing vocals on "The Apti-Toad"

Awesome and excellent singers on various songs: Jessica Gale, Amy Holland, Kevin Jarzomski, Thom Stylinski

Phone messages: Tom Schwartz, Mark Newara, Roni Kobrosly, Brett Mattox

All songs by Dan Jircitano, except:
"The Apti-Toad," which was written in 2005 by Snot Patties (Dan Jircitano, Justin Morgan, and Kyle Szklenski).

"Treat/Nightmare," "Human Face Appears on the Wall of the Fortress" and "(pretty picking)" written by Dan Jircitano and April Brennan

The title of "Unborn Umbrella Birds" was written by Robert Pollard (but Dan wrote the song).

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