Album: Fumble / Banging The Drum
Release Date: November 1993
Music Genre: Punk Rock Indie Rock
Label: Dischord Records
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 20 Tracks CD Album
Scream was a hardcore punk band from Virginia, USA, formed in 1981 by brothers Pete (vocals) and Franz (guitar) Stahl, Skeeter Thompson (bass), and Kent Stax (drums). The band was later joined by second guitarist Robert Lee "Harley" Davidson. After the release of their 3rd album, "Banging The Drum", Stax departed and was replaced by Dave Grohl. The band continued for a few more years before splitting in 1990. Dave Grohl went on to find major success with Nirvana and the Foo Fighters. Pete Stahl has also performed with a number of bands, including Wool (2), Goatsnake and Earthlings? and collaborated with Sunn O))) or The Desert Sessions. He was also road manager for Foo Fighters or Queens Of The Stone Age. Franz Stahl was also a member of Wool (2) an (...)
|4||Land Torn Down||3:59|
|5||Gods Look Down||4:18|
|10||Banging The Drum||0:57|
|13||Nod To The East||1:00|
|15||The Rhythm Beating||4:20|
|16||Feel Like That||5:10|
|17||Walkin' By Myself||3:49|
|18||When I Rise||3:37|
|19||The Sing It Up Kidz||4:19|
The CD combines Dischord 83 (minus track A6) with Dischord 25.
The track numbers listed in the back of the CD booklet incorrectly list technical credits assuming that tracks 1 to 10 are from the album Fumble, when in fact only the first 9 tracks on this compilation are from this album. The tracks listed in the credits for this entry have been corrected to reflect the actual breakdown of the recording sessions and the original albums.
Tracks 1 to 9 recorded Dec. 1989 and mixed Jan. 1993 at Inner ear Studios, Arlington, VA.
Tracks 10 to 15 recorded in May 1986 at Southern Studios, London, England.
Track 17 recorded at Inner Ear Studios, Arlington VA, Oct. 1985.
Tracks 16, 18 to 20 recorded Jan. 1986 at Inner Ear Studios, Arlington, VA.
The title of track 14 is listed as "Mineshaft Burning" on the back of the CD case and in the lyrics, and as "Mine Shaft Burning" in the inside front of the CD booklet.