Tres Dias (album)

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Tres Dias
BrantBjork-TresDias.jpg
Studio album by Brant Bjork
Released February 27, 2007
Recorded December 2006
Genre Stoner rock, desert rock
Length 32:38
Label Duna Records
Producer Tony Mason
Brant Bjork chronology
Local Angel
(2004)Local Angel2004
Tres Dias
(2007)
Punk Rock Guilt
(2008)Punk Rock Guilt2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Discogs4.0/5 stars[1]

Tres Dias is the fifth solo album released from desert rock musician Brant Bjork. The album was recorded in Joshua Tree, California, USA, before Christmas 2006. The 8-track album is a mix of old and new tracks.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Too Many Chiefs" - 4:34
  2. "Love Is Revolution" - 4:28
  3. "Chinarosa" - 4:04
  4. "The Native Tongue" - 4:29
  5. "Video" - 3:34
  6. "Right Time" - 3:46
  7. "The Messengers" - 4:32
  8. "The Knight Surrenders Today" - 3:07

Track information[edit]

  1. "Too Many Chiefs" - Originally appeared on Jalamanta.
  2. "Love Is Revolution" - Would later appear on Somera Sól.
  3. "Chinarosa" - Would later appear on Somera Sól and as a vinyl bonus track on Punk Rock Guilt.
  4. "The Native Tongue" - Would later appear on Somera Sól.
  5. "Video" - Originally appeared on Keep Your Cool as "Gonna Make the Scene".
  6. "Right Time" - Would later appear on Punk Rock Guilt as "Punk Rock Guilt" with slightly different lyrics.
  7. "The Messengers" - Originally appeared on Saved by Magic.
  8. "The Knight Surrenders Today" - Exclusive to the album.

Credits[edit]

  • Produced, recorded, and mixed in tres dias by Tony Mason at Back of the Moon Studios, Joshua Tree, CA.
  • All songs by Brant Bjork 2007 Dune Boogie Tunez BMI
  • Art by Bunker/Bjork

Notes[edit]

A limited run of 300 copies was released on yellow vinyl, as well as a CD release. Some CDs came with a postcard featuring the same graphics as the album cover, as well as a printed message hand signed by Bjork.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs. "Brant Bjork - Tres Dias". discogs.com. Retrieved on October 6, 2013.