Tuesday, April 22, 2008

CHRIST. / LP + EP


Do yourself a favor and download this LP and EP below. I unfortunately don't know to much about this band. Things I do know about Christ. is that they were from Philly in the late 90s and I believe it included former members of Prema. Both of these albums came out on Temperance Records. Their music is a blend of bands like Quicksand, Prema, and Ink & Dagger. If anyone has anymore info please leave a comment. Highly Recommended! The pic above is of Prema. If anyone has a picture of Christ. please get in touch.


CHRIST. - "Only Every Other Day" (LP) + "Page 15" (EP)
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15 comments:

Desmond said...

hell yea, i have both of these records somewhere at home. still look back fondly on them.

zach said...

could you re-up those 3 Femme Fatale records? they're so hard to find!

blend77 said...

No way! I used to have the Prema record (or EP) from Equal Vision back in the day. I saw them with Shelter and with 108. They were allright...

I'll check this out...

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sapila said...

i remember reading about this band on hac. good stuff

nick said...

are you sure that this is the correct track list of the full length? i love this.

Nicky said...

hi, this is nick, i played guitar in both christ and prema. glad to see people enjoying these records over 10 years after they were recorded. thank you for making these available to download.

Damn Those Blood Suckers said...

thanks nick! did christ ever put out anything else besides these 2 records? are you working on any musical projects right now?

Nicky said...

those are the only recordings we released, there was a demo with slightly different versions of page 15, song number three, and 6655321. i wish i could find that, i liked the recording on that better. here is link to a myspace for something i did with brandon from christ, and steve and skip from turning point. http://www.myspace.com/memorialdayband its a little more straight foward then either prema or christ.

rybunal said...

it is soooo funny, i was just listening to them this past week. i wanted to hear them when George from autumn sang for them.

Chairshot215 said...
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Chairshot215 said...

Yo Nick, Its Keefe the kid that lived in the always flooded Prema house basement and sold your dam t-shirts. Anyway I found this on Stumble appon. Looks like you still have a few fans. Anyhow, if you can find Mikey I think its reunion show time.

Chairshot215 said...

If you saw Prema with Shelter & 108 you saw a completely different band. Only two members remained from those shows and the band that recorded Drivel. The first Prema record came out wen the band was still in high school. They definitely progressed from the kids I sat with at lunch to the band Nick played for.

shanks said...

Hot damn, this is great. Reminds me of Engine Kid at times.

Andrew TSKS said...

To the kid who asked about the track listing--and everybody else: the track listing on this download is definitely wrong. I'm guessing whoever put it together was confused about the fact that track 2 on the album is called "Song Number Three," and therefore decided that "Tire Iron" must be the first two tracks. But anyway, that's wrong, because I used to have the CD (oh, if only I still did, but then I'd never have had to download this in the first place). The CD had a lyric sheet, and the way the lyrics matched up with the track numbers was the straightforward way you'd expect:
1. Tire Iron
2. Song Number Three
3. 6655321
4. Lunchroom
5. Mitchel

Tracks 6-12 are just little 4-second blank spots, like the ones on Tool's first album that take up tracks 10-68 so that "Disgustipated" can be track 69 on the CD. Then track 13 is just a really long hidden track that is mostly silence plus some random practice jams and silly shit. Remember when every single hardcore album had a hidden track on it? That was right before mp3s became a big thing. Then everybody realized how annoying it was to deal with the last song on the album being a 45 minute mp3, and that trend thankfully ended. But yeah, tracks 6-13 are just silly extra bonus stuff, and the actual songs with names are tracks 1 through 5.