The Misfits - Static Age Album
|6||Return Of The Fly||1:35|
|10||Theme For A Jackal||2:36|
|11||We Are 138||1:40|
|12||In The Doorway||1:24|
|17||Teenagers From Mars||2:48|
|18||Some Kinda Hate||2:00|
|CAR 7520-1, CAROL 7520-1||The Misfits||Static Age (LP, Album)||Caroline Records, Caroline Records||CAR 7520-1, CAROL 7520-1||US||1997|
|CAR 7520-1, CAROL 7520-1||The Misfits||Static Age (LP, Album, Yel)||Caroline Records, Caroline Records||CAR 7520-1, CAROL 7520-1||US||1997|
|CAR 7520-1, CAROL 7520-1||The Misfits||Static Age (LP, Album, Pur)||Caroline Records, Caroline Records||CAR 7520-1, CAROL 7520-1||US||1997|
|7243 8 60492 2 3||The Misfits||Static Age (CD, Album, Copy Prot., RE)||Caroline Records||7243 8 60492 2 3||Europe||2005|
|017046752022, CAROL 75202||The Misfits||Static Age (CD, Album, RE, RP)||Caroline Records, Caroline Records||017046752022, CAROL 75202||Europe||Unknown|
- Artwork, Design – Pete Ciccone
- Bass – Jerry Only
- Drums – Mr. Jim
- Guitar – Franché Coma
- Mastered By – Alan Douches
- Mixed By – Alan Douches (tracks: 15 to 17), Dave Achelis (tracks: 1 to 14), Misfits (tracks: 1 to 14), Tom Bejgrowicz (tracks: 15 to 17)
- Producer, Engineer – Dave Achelis
- Reissue Producer, Coordinator – Tom Bejgrowicz
- Vocals, Written-By – Glenn Danzig
Track 18 is not listed on the cover.
Track 18 consists of outtakes from the recording session.
℗ & © 1997 Caroline Records, Inc.
- Barcode: 4 988006 734616
- Matrix / Runout: VJCP-25344 2 A1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L154
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Caroline Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Caroline Records, Inc.
Static Age is an album by the American horror punk band the Misfits, recorded in 1978. Though technically the band's debut album, it was not released in its entirety until 1996. In August 1977 The Misfits released their debut single CoughCool on Blank Records, a label operated by the band's lead vocalist Glenn Danzig. Several months later Mercury Records issued a Pere Ubu record on their own Blank Records imprint, unaware that Danzig held a trademark on the name. The parties came to a settlement. Static Age - Misfits. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. If you like the band be sure to support them by buying their albums Album: Static Age Year: 1997 Genre: Horror Punk Country: USA Track List: 1. Static Age. Listen free to Misfits Static Age Static Age, TV Casualty and more. 17 tracks 34:52. Static Age is an album by the American horror punk band the Misfits. It was recorded in 1978 but was not released in its entirety until 1997. When Static Age finally saw the light of day, in 1996, as part of The Misfits box set, it felt more like a time capsule being unearthed than a record release. By that point, singer Glenn Danzig had long since abandoned his corpse paint and so-called horror punk origins in search of bluesier, Black Sabbath-inspired pastures with Samhain and, ultimately, the eponymous Danzig. The 17 songs that would eventually comprise Static Age were recorded in 30 hours over the course of a few months in 1978, in a barter with Mercury over a trademark Danzig held. VINYL review of Misfits, Static Age. 1997 remaster of 1978 recordings. These tracks on vinyl sound cleaner than anything the Danzig-era Misfits ever released originally. May this album make Glenn enough money to keep his cats forever fed and crapping on premium cat litter until eternity. Purchased March 13 for . Discographical matters got even more confused in later years when Static Age was issued as a stand-alone effort with three more songs appended from the sessions, including Spinal Remains and a re-recording of She. Static Age was released on July 15, 1997 by the Misfits. Originally recorded during 1978, the band was unable to find a record label willing to publish their album leading the band to produce singles instead. Eventually the Static Age recordings were shelved. However, in 1983 after the bands break-up, singer Glenn Danzig reworked and reissued unreleased songs from the album, and in 1996, along with the Misfits Box Set, a complete Static Age album was released. In 1997, three remaining tracks were mixed and released in a stand-alone version of Static Age that July. Static Age Q&A. But Static Age is my favorite of the Misfits albums. Maybe its because I bought it as a young teenager being allowed to take the bus all the way into the city to buy a CD with my own money from my job at the movie theater, and I thought that was cool as hell. Maybe its because the CD sleeve came with the story of how the album was made, and I thought there was some gothicpunk romance to the story. That story of the albums creation that I fell so in love with was this: In 1977, The Misfits put their first single out called CoughCool, on their own label that Danzig made up and called Blank Records