Label: Three One G (31G) – Three One - G 21
Format: CD, Album
Style: Hardcore, Noise
|1||Birth Skin/Death Leather||1:41 |
|2||Meet Me At The Water Front After The Social||2:44 |
|3||March On Electric Children!||3:01 |
|4||New York Slave||2:41 |
|5||Kiss Of The Octopus||2:37 |
|6||Siamese Gun||3:20 |
|7||Mr. Electric Ocean||2:14 |
|8||Junkyard J. Vs. The Skin Army Girlz/ High Fives, LA Hives||2:55 |
|9||American Vultures||3:27 |
- Mastered At – RFI Mastering
- Pressed By – www.erikarecords.com
- Bass, Sampler, Other [M1] – Morgan
- Design, Photography By – Dan Dean, Morgan
- Drums – Mark
- Engineer [Assistant] – Troy T
- Guitar – Cody
- Mastered By – Ed B
- Photography By – Jeffrey Degolier
- Producer – The Blood Brothers
- Producer, Engineer – Matt B
- Vocals – Jordan
- Vocals, Piano, Photography By – Johnny
'March on Electric Children is the second studio album by the American post-hardcore band The Blood Brothers, released in February 2002. This album is a self-described short story set to music. Produced by Matt Bayles, the album was recorded in one week on a $3000 budget and has been described by singer Jordan Blilie as "crazier" and "more complex" than the band's previous effort, This Adultery Is Ripe.'
The album has been described by numerous critics as a concept album, with its characters portrayed more as villains and victims than as heroes. The effort was an attempt by the band to create a storyline with repeating characters that has a bleak outlook on life, emphasizing the consequences of the characters' selfish choices. The album's closing track "American Vultures" is the conclusion to the storyline and wraps up the themes featured in the previous songs. Says singer Jordan Blilie:
Basically what we had in mind was that we wanted to focus on what happens when a person lives a life devoid of any real meaning. These are people that lead a very empty superficial existence where motives are completely selfish and empty, and what happens as a result of that choice.
— Jordan Blilie in an interview with webzine bettawreckonize.com
- Mr. Electric Ocean - "the personification of the media and exploitation and superficiality... the person that influences the protagonist during the entire record"
- The Skin Army - "a representation of our culture as completely superficial and concerned with the exterior, skin, and what is on the outside"
Marcadores: Cody Votolato, Dan Dean, Hardcore, Jeffrey Degolier, Johnny Whitney, Jordan Blilie, Mark Gajadhar, Morgan Henderson, The Blood Brothers, Three One G