The debut release proves to be a display of musical necessity. Further into the fruits of each sack-each song is its own torment and desperate cry for shit's sake. The essence of their live performance captured in seven non titled tracks encased in hand crafted art. Mixed and mastered by Seamus.
released November 11, 2006
Art: Seamus created the original art for the CDr. I never saw a copy so I cannot comment on what it looked like, or if it ever existed in the first place. I had An Accident certainly has come a long way. With that being said, the re-press onto cassette was completely conceptualized by Justin. Playing around with Adobe's Photoshop once again, I took a photo of a woman that appears to be from an Asian country, one that is also squatting and perhaps reading a book, and did some filter to make it look interesting. This cassette has a "U-card" instead of a j-card... meaning the back image had a full picture, which was an image of The Schwas during one of their live sets. The cassette cases did not have those little pegs, which is a rarity these days. The cassette itself, on a beautiful blue shell... featured a label that utilized the same backdrop as the front cover. The combination of grays and light blue really looked nice together.