Lost Sampler

by 2000 Tons of TNT & Friends

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Three lost (and very weird) tracks recorded in 2010-11.


released April 14, 2013

"Funky Lady" is a cover of Who's That Lady?" by The Isley Brothers, in a Jackie Mittoo style, arranged by 2000 Tons of TNT. "Dinosaur Boogie" was written and arranged by Scott Inumerable. Both tracks were engineered and recorded live by Chris Hopkins at Earthbound Recordings, Chula Vista, CA.

"Guns for Hire" is a cover of "Return of the Pollock" by The Prophets. Arranged by Count Busty and 2000 Tons of TNT. Recorded and engineered by Count Busty at "I forgot the name" studio, Long Beach, CA.

All tracks sloppily mixed and mastered by Mike Inumerable at Studio Mochilero, San Diego, CA.

Art by Tyson Leomo

Scott Inumerable - drums (track 2), lead guitar (tracks 1 & 3)
Ryan Matias - bass (track 1 & 3)
Lance Dela Llana - keys (all tracks)
Mike Inumerable - rhythm Guitar (all tracks), lead guitar (track 2), bass (Track 2)
Count Busty - engineering (track 2)
Chris Hopkins - drums (tracks 1&3), engineering (tracks 1&3)



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2000 Tons of TNT San Diego, California

San Diego's 2000 Tons of TNT returns with their second self-released album At Studio Mochilero. Picking up where 2012's Reggae Mysteria left off, the new disc once again captures the quintet's funky love affair and experimentation with heavy Jamaican grooves. This time around the album (which was recorded and mixed at the band's home studio) is available on bandcamp free of charge! ... more

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