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Sing Sing Death House
The Distillers - Sing Sing Death House.jpg
Studio album by The Distillers
Released June 6, 2002
Recorded Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, CA, May-June 2001
Genre Punk rock, hardcore punk
Length 28:43
Label Hellcat
Producer The Distillers
The Distillers chronology
The Distillers
(2000)
Sing Sing Death House
(2002)
Coral Fang
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Rolling Stone favorable link

Sing Sing Death House is the second album by the American punk rock band The Distillers, released in 2002 on Hellcat Records. The song "Seneca Falls" was featured in the game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 and is a reference to the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848.

Contents

Critical receptionEdit

Andrew Bregman from AllMusic noted the album is "a story with an uncharacteristic ending that punks born of squalor can rise up and create music as impassioned and relatively positive as this", also calling it "authentic". In 2003 piece called 'Bands to Watch', Tim Kenneally from Spin wrote, "the band conjures the spirit of ’77 with razor-bladeriffery while [Brody] shouts about urban blight, school shootings, and her troubled youth".[1]

Track listingEdit

All songs written by Brody Dalle unless noted.

  1. "Sick of It All" – 3:10
  2. "I Am a Revenant" – 3:28
  3. "Seneca Falls" – 3:01
  4. "The Young Crazed Peeling" – 3:16
  5. "Sing Sing Death House" – 1:43
  6. "Bullet and the Bullseye" – 1:12
  7. "City of Angels" – 3:29
  8. "Young Girl" – 2:42
  9. "Hate Me" (Dalle, Mazzola) – 1:10
  10. "Desperate" – 1:22
  11. "I Understand" – 1:47
  12. "Lordy Lordy" – 2:19

PersonnelEdit

Production

  • The Distillers - producers
  • Donnell Cameron - engineer
  • Dave Carlock - engineer
  • Kevin Guarnieri - engineer, mixing
  • Brett Gurewitz - engineer, mixing
  • Brody Dalle - artwork
  • Andy Outbreak - artwork
  • C.F. Martin - layout design, construction
  • Paul Miner - layout design, construction
  • Knowles Allen - photography
  • C.F. Martin, Paul Miner

ChartsEdit

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Billboard Top Independent Albums 29

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bands To Watch: The Distillers | SPIN". Spin. 23 July 2003. Retrieved 19 November 2016. 

External linksEdit