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First Daze Here Too

First Daze Here Too
Pentagram
Released 2006, Photograph by Cameron Davidson
Recorded 1972-1976
Genre Doom metal
Heavy metal
Label Relapse Records
Pentagram chronology

Show 'em How
(2004)
First Daze Here Too
(2006)
Last Rites
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

First Daze Here Too (2006) is the second of two compilations featuring 1970s material that Pentagram have released through Relapse Records. It was preceded by 2001's First Daze Here (The Vintage Collection).

Track listing

Disc 1

  1. "Wheel of Fortune"-4:03 (Liebling/O'Keefe)
    • Recorded live in studio June 5 and 14, 1974 at National Sound Warehouse
  2. "When the Screams Come"-2:47 (Liebling)
    • Recorded live in studio June 5 and 14, 1974 at National Sound Warehouse
  3. "Under My Thumb"-3:17 (Rolling Stones)
    • Recorded September 8, 1974 at Track Studios
  4. "Smokescreen"-4:05 (Liebling/O'Keefe)
    • Recorded September 4, 13 and 23, 1976 at Underground Sound
  5. "Teaser"-3:27 (O'Keefe)
    • Recorded September 4, 13 and 23, 1976 at Underground Sound
  6. "Little Games"-2:57 (The Yardbirds)
    • Recorded September 4, 13 and 23, 1976 at Underground Sound
  7. "Much Too Young to Know"-4:34 (Liebling/O'Keefe)
    • Recorded September 4, 13 and 23, 1976 at Underground Sound

Disc 2

  1. "Virgin Death"-1:42 (Liebling)
  2. "Yes I Do"-2:14 (Liebling)
  3. "Ask No More"-2:36 (Liebling)
  4. "Man"-1:57 (O'Keefe)
  5. "Be Forewarned"-3:59 (Liebling)
  6. "Catwalk"-3:34 (Liebling)
  7. "Die in Your Sleep"-1:39 (Liebling)
  8. "Frustration"-2:03 (Liebling)
    • Recorded 1973 at American Mailing Warehouse
  9. "Target"-7:26 (Liebling)
    • Recorded 1973 at American Mailing Warehouse
  10. "Everything's Turning to Night"-2:29 (Liebling/O'Keefe)
    • Recorded 1973 at American Mailing Warehouse
  11. "Take Me Away"-2:19 (O'Keefe)
  12. "Nightmare Gown"-2:16 (Liebling)
  13. "Cartwheel"-2:54 (Liebling)
  14. "Cat & Mouse"-2:45 (O'Keefe)
  15. "Show 'em How"-10:02 (Liebling)

All tracks recorded 1972-1974 at the American Mailing Warehouse except where noted.

Lineup

  • Bobby Liebling - vocals
  • Vincent McAllister - guitar
  • Greg Mayne - bass
  • Geof O'Keefe - drums
  • Randy Palmer - guitar on "Wheel of Fortune," "When the Screams Come" and "Under My Thumb"
  • Marty Iverson - guitar on "Smokescreen," "Teaser," "Much Too Young to Know" and "Little Games"
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