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Disciple's first full length album What Was I Thinking, was release on their own independent label. In 1995. The album was produced by first-time producer Travis Wyrick, former guitar player of the band Sage. Just when you thought the days were gone where bands could blow you away musically and spiritually! Those were my initial thoughts when I first listened to the debut from Disciple in the mid '90's. Rough and raw around the edges, these songs spanned the gap between the Alice in Chains type grunge rock of the early 90's and the post-grunge groove rock that would dominate the latter part of the decade - and they still rock hard with relevance to this day. Now for the first time every you can get this on vinyl.
Disciple's first full length album What Was I Thinking, was release on their own independent label. In 1995. The album was produced by first-time producer Travis Wyrick, former guitar player of the band Sage. Just when you thought the days were gone where bands could blow you away musically and spiritually! Those were my initial thoughts when I first listened to the debut from Disciple in the mid '90's. Rough and raw around the edges, these songs spanned the gap between the Alice in Chains type grunge rock of the early 90's and the post-grunge groove rock that would dominate the latter part of the decade - and they still rock hard with relevance to this day. Now for the first time every you can get this on vinyl.
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What Was I Thinking (Gate) (Grn) [Remastered]
Artist: Disciple
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $46.98
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Disciple's first full length album What Was I Thinking, was release on their own independent label. In 1995. The album was produced by first-time producer Travis Wyrick, former guitar player of the band Sage. Just when you thought the days were gone where bands could blow you away musically and spiritually! Those were my initial thoughts when I first listened to the debut from Disciple in the mid '90's. Rough and raw around the edges, these songs spanned the gap between the Alice in Chains type grunge rock of the early 90's and the post-grunge groove rock that would dominate the latter part of the decade - and they still rock hard with relevance to this day. Now for the first time every you can get this on vinyl.
        
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