Released on May 15, 2012
Vinyl includes MP3 download card
From their inception in 1988 until their hiatus in 2006, the Lungfish music band released 11 full-length albums and played concerts
across the United States and in Europe. The band is renowned for intense creative productivity, releasing albums annually
from the years 1992–2000. But what is not generally known is that volumes of Lungfish material never saw the light of day. The
1999 A.C.R. session offers a rare glimpse into some of this elusive material and by extension, into the Lungfish creative process.
These 10-songs were recorded and mixed by Craig Bowen at Baltimore’s A.C.R. Studios but never released. After the session the
band decided to continue writing new songs – ultimately recording at Inner Ear Studios what became Necrophones (2000). Six of
these songs were re-recorded and released on Necrophones, while four others remained unreleased, until now.