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311: Archive

Track List

>Transistor Intro
>Let the Cards Fall
>Firewater Slo-Mo
>Bomb the Town
>Will the World
>We Do It Like This
>What Do You Do
>Little Brother
>I Like the Way
>Get Down
>How Long Has It Been
>Sun Come Through
>Vape'n Away
>Summer of Love
>Juan Bond
>Firewater [Normal Speed]
>Writer's Block Party
>Earth People
>Quickening, The
>Old Funk
>Space Funk
>Cali Soca
>Seal the Deal
>Who's Got the Herb
>Time Is Precious
>Into the Flame
>Stealing My Girl
>Week of Saturdays
>Feels So Good
>Offbeat Bare-Ass
>Come Original
>Freeze Time
>Livin N' Rockin
>Full Ride
>Sick Tight
>How Do You Feel
>Let the Cards Fall
>Continous Life, The
>Inner Light Spectrum
>Stealng Happy Hours
>Strong All Along [W/Vox]
>Large in the Margin
>Can't Fade Me [W/Vox]
>Sick Tight
>From Chaos
>I Told Myself
>You Wouldn't Believe
>I'll Be Here Awhile [W/Vox]
>Seems Uncertain [W/Vox]
>Give Me a Call [W/Vox]
>Speak Easy
>Sun Come Through
>Rock On
>Ebb & Flow
>Paradise [Acoustic Version]

Album Notes

Personnel: Nick Hexum (vocals, guitar); S.A. Martinez (vocals); Tim Mahoney (guitar); Chad Sexton (drums, percussion).

DJ: S.A. Martinez.

Liner Note Author: 311.

Photographers: Brian Bowen-Smith; Jason Walters; Ron Ulicny; Darin Back; Alison Dyer; Stephen Stickler; Jamil GS; 311; Melody McDaniels; Marina Chavez; Vickie Vaden; Marcello Ambriz; Stephen "Lashbz" Lashbrook; Annalisa ; Jena Ardell; Chris Sins; Anthony Kimball; Justin Wise; Kevin Lieberman; Phil DeSimone.

In celebration of their 25th anniversary year, pioneering rap-rock outfit 311 have compiled the 2015 four-disc box set Archive. The group's first-ever career-spanning rarities anthology, Archive brings together 81 tracks of demos, unreleased cuts, B-side singles, and bonus tracks. Also included is a 60-page booklet of photos, handwritten lyric sheets, and memorabilia. Every track on Archive was remastered by legendary audio engineer Joe Gastwirt, who has worked with such iconic artists as Yes, Tom Petty, the Grateful Dead, Miles Davis, and others. With Archive, 311 compiled songs off every one of their albums, from 1993's Music to 2014's Stereolithic. Along with B-sides like "Let the Cards Fall," "Gap," "Bomb the Town," and "Get Down," also featured are pre-production versions of "Feels So Good," "Homebrew," "Freeze Time," "Down," and more. ~ Matt Collar


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