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The Telegraph - Switched On download mp3 album
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Album:
Switched On
Style:
Pop Rock, Ska, Indie Rock
Released:
2001
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1235 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1460 mb
WMA vers. size:
1124 mb
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4.3 ★
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907

Telegraph is the debut album by singer-songwriter Drake Bell, released on August 23, 2005 on Nine Yards Records. It was recorded by Bell and producer Michael Corcoran, as well as a few friends in a simple home studio using a Digidesign Digi 002. The following record, It's Only Time was recorded at the time in a newly built studio, The Backhouse. The album was released on August 23, 2005 and was issued by Backhouse Mike's label Backhouse Records and the now defunct label Nine Yards Records

Recorded + Mixed @ Woodshed Studios, Ferndal, MI in April 2000. Producde by Tim Pak + The Telegraph. All Lylics by Sanguis. All photography by Robert Alford. Bonus track is the same version found on Quit Your Band Recorded live through the board in The Shelter by the masterful Bill Kozy. Mould SID Code: IFPI 4482.

The Telegraph (previously known as just "Telegraph" and The Skolars) released this album at a critical point in the scene that they were very much a part of. At the time, the mid 90's ska craze was all but dead, there were few bands still playing the punk-ska style, and the bands that still did would play shows under a banner like "Ska is still alive" to try and draw out the few remaining die-hards. Their new album: Switched on, contains a more mature sound with not one hint of ska riffs on guitar. The lyrics are deeper and more self-reflective than their earlier care-free tracks. The album does not contain one song that you will want to skip, and two short instrumentals are thrown into the mix emphasizing just how much they have progressed as artists. Tracks 1,2,3,10,11, and 14 all have the possibility of being catchy hits.

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Tracklist

1 Go Boy 3:18
2 My Friends Back Home Would Understand 3:12
3 (Baby, Let's Stay) Broken Up 4:14
4 Rachel 2:46
5 Would You Jump Too? 3:50
6 Coffee Drinking Song 2:18
7 Dear _______, Where Have You Gone? 3:23
8 (no credit) 1:28
9 The Routine 1:58
10 Bella + Blake 3:08
11 American Way 4:09
12 (no credit) 0:57
13 Stupid Sex 2:20
14 Six Days 'Til Tuesday 4:54
15 September 14th 3:55

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Woodshed Studios, Detroit
  • Mixed At – Woodshed Studios, Detroit
  • Recorded At – The Shelter, Detroit, MI
  • Licensed From – Jump Up! Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Flavour Of Sound Ltd
  • Manufactured By – Flavour Of Sound Ltd

Credits

  • Art Direction – The Telegraph*
  • Design – The Elephant Factory Design Co.
  • Lyrics By – Sanguis*
  • Mastered By – Brian*
  • Performer [Additional] – Kara Dupuy
  • Photography By – Robert Alford
  • Producer – The Telegraph*
  • Recorded By – Bill Kozy (tracks: 15)
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer – Tim Pak
  • Written-By, Performer – Chris Brock , Derek Grant, Jeffrey Sanguis, Johnny Reynolds, Mark Penxa, Matt Van, Steve Kachnowski

Notes

Recorded + Mixed @ Woodshed Studios, Ferndal, MI in April 2000.

Bonus track is the same version found on Quit Your Band. Marked as Bonus Track.
Recorded live through the board in The Shelter by the masterful Bill Kozy

16 page lyric booklet in English & Japanese + foldout sheet in Japanese + obi.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FVCK-80127 MT B01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L262
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4482

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JUMP037, jump037 The Telegraph* Switched On ‎(CD, Album) Jump Up! Records, Jump Up! Records JUMP037, jump037 US 2000
JUMP 037, JUMP037 The Telegraph* Switched On ‎(LP, Album) Jump Up! Records, Jump Up! Records JUMP 037, JUMP037 US 2000

Tracklist

1 Go Boy 3:18
2 My Friends Back Home Would Understand 3:12
3 (Baby, Let's Stay) Broken Up 4:14
4 Rachel 2:46
5 Would You Jump Too? 3:50
6 Coffee Drinking Song 2:18
7 Dear _______, Where Have You Gone? 3:23
8 Untitled 1:28
9 The Routine 1:58
10 Bella + Blake 3:08
11 American Way 4:09
12 Untitled 0:57
13 Stupid Sex 2:19
14 Six Days 'Til Tuesday 4:52

Credits

  • Art Direction – The Telegraph*
  • Design – The Elephant Factory Design Co.
  • Lyrics By – Sanguis*
  • Mastered By – Brian*
  • Performer [Additional] – Kara Dupuy
  • Photography By – Robert Alford
  • Producer – The Telegraph*
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer – Tim Pak
  • Written-By, Performer – Chris Brock , Derek Grant, Jeffrey Sanguis, Johnny Reynolds, Mark Penxa, Matt Van, Steve Kachnowski

Notes

Recorded + Mixed @ Woodshed Studios, Ferndal, MI in April 2000.
Mastered for Monsterdisc, Chicago, IL.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 06952 00372 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JUMP 037, JUMP037 The Telegraph* Switched On ‎(LP, Album) Jump Up! Records, Jump Up! Records JUMP 037, JUMP037 US 2000
FVCK-80127 The Telegraph* Switched On ‎(CD, Album) Flavour Of Sound Ltd FVCK-80127 Japan 2001