Snapshot (Mission of Burma album). Snapshot is a live album by the American band Mission of Burma. It was recorded in front of a small audience at Boston's Q Division Studios for broadcast on WFNX. Tremolo" (Clint Conley) – 8:06. Mica" (Clint Conley/Holly Anderson) – 4:24.
Twenty-five years later, Mission of Burma's fusion of brainy experiments and anthemic rock remains unique. That's due in part to how unique the recordings actually were. Where most indie bands at the time recorded in less-than-ideal circumstances, Mission of Burma were supported by Boston label Ace of Hearts, whose owner Rick Harte produced them with meticulous precision. For these three Matador reissues, Harte himself re-mastered the original analog tapes.
Mission of Burma chronology. A Gun to the Head: A Selection from the Ace of Hearts Era (2004)A Gun to the Head: A Selection from the Ace of Hearts Era2004. The Obliterati (2006)The Obliterati2006. It was recorded in front of a small audience at Boston's Q Division Studios for broadcast on WFNX
Academy Fight Song" and "That's When I Reach for My Revolver" are both laced with sharp, lethally precise guitar clangs and barely contained stop/start rhythmic fury, anchored by frontman Roger Miller’s self-castigations for failing to live up to his own ideals
Unsound is the fifth album by American post-punk band Mission of Burma Unsound. Studio album by. Mission of Burma.
Mixed By – Mission Of Burma, Rick Harte, Tony Volante. Photography By – Kevin Gannon (2), Mark Kates, Rick Harte, Roger Miller (2). Written-By – Clint Conley (tracks: A1, A2, A5, A6, C1), Peter Prescott (tracks: B2, D2), Roger Miller (2) (tracks: A3, A4, B3, C2, D1). 메모. 180 gram vinyl, gatefold sleeve. Includes coupon for free download of the entire album and a 16 page booklet with interviews and unpublished ephemera and photos.