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The Egg
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1413 mb
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1969 mb
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1631 mb
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The Egg is the fourth studio album by post-hardcore band Shiner. It was released in 2001 on DeSoto Records. All tracks written by Allen Epley and Shiner, except where noted. Allen Epley - Vocals, Guitar. Paul Malinowski -Bass/Bass Synth. Josh Newton - Guitar/Keyboard. Jason Gerken - Drums. Matt Talbott - Keyboards. Paul Malinowski, J. Robbins, Jason Livermore - Engineers. thirdgearscratch The Egg.

Shiner (5) ‎– The Egg. Label: Son Of Man NYC Records ‎– SOM-002. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Orange. Country: US. Released: 2012. 200 Copies on Orange Vinyl. Includes download card for album in mp3 format. Matrix, Runout (A Side): SOMNYC-2-A CƆIII. Matrix, Runout (B Side): SOMNYC-2-B CƆIII. Rights Society: ASCAP. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All.

The Egg has a few traces of cracks but not enough to depreciate the value of the ultimate outcome too much. The album would have practically no flaws if it were slightly shorter.

Mixed At – Westend Studios. Mastered At – West West Side Music. Shiner (5). The Egg ‎(LP, Album, Ora). Son Of Man NYC Records.

It's a concept album in the best sense of the word: It doesn't have a cheesy central theme per se, like disillusioned robots or mythical dragons, but it feels as if every song fits into one expansive puzzle, like the album already existed, just waiting for its creators to capture it on tape. Kansas City, MO's Shiner has long been at work in the underground.

Is The Egg the best album by Shiner? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Shiner - The Egg On Green Vinyl, Hand Numbered, Factory Sealed Condition: New. Time left: 25d 11h 57m 39s. Ships to: Worldwide.

The Egg is Shiner's best produced album, with a proper mix that reflected their powerful live shows. I still favor this album slightly over Lula Divinia, simply because the songs are of better quality, sound-wise.