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Freak Show

Silverchair

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Silverchair were slaves to their influences on their debut Frogstomp, but on their second album Freak Show, they're beginning to show signs of developing their own style. While they may still concentrate too heavily on Pearl Jam and Nirvana, they're beginning to fuse the elements together in a more interesting way and are writing stronger hooks. Freak Show still has its share of mediocre moments, and Daniel Johns should try to sing instead of scream, but the album shows potential that Frogstomp never did.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Slave
00:03:55

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Composer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

2
Freak (Album Version)
00:03:46

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

3
Abuse Me
00:03:59

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

4
Lie to Me (Album Version)
00:01:19

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

5
No Association (Album Version)
00:03:50

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Composer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

6
Cemetery (Album Version)
00:04:01

Chris Joannou, Bass - Elizabeth Knowles, Violin - Todd Reynolds, Violin - David Mansfield, Violin - Elizabeth Knowles, Violin - Lorenza Ponce, Violin - Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Matthew Pierce, Viola - Ben Gillies, Drums - Ben Gillies, Drums - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Silverchair, Performer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer - Matthew Pierce, Viola - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Jane Scarpantoni, Acoustic Cello - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

7
The Door (Album Version)
00:03:33

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

8
Pop Song for Us Rejects (Album Version)
00:03:11

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Amanda Brown, Violin - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Nick Launay, Mixing Engineer - Ian Cooper, Violin - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

9
Learn to Hate (Album Version)
00:04:18

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Composer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

10
Petrol & Chlorine (Album Version)
00:03:59

Ravi Kultilak, Violin - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Margaret Lindsay, Acoustic Cello - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Ruk Mali, Sitar - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Nick Launay, Mixing Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Pandit Ran Chander Suman, Tambura - Pandit Ran Chander Suman, Tabla - Ben Gillies, Drums - Rudi Crivici, Violin - Rudi Crivici, Viola - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

11
Roses (Album Version)
00:03:29

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Composer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

12
Nobody Came (Album Version)
00:06:08

Andy Wallace, Mixing Engineer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Composer - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Composer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

13
The Closing
00:03:25

Ben Gillies, Drums - Chris Joannou, Bass - Daniel Johns, Vocal - Daniel Johns, Guitar - Daniel Johns, Lyricist - Silverchair, Performer - Mark Thomas, 2nd Engineer - Nick Launay, Producer - Nick Launay, Recorder - Nick Launay, Mixing Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ben Gillies, Composer - Ben Gillies, Drums - Matt Lovell, 2nd Engineer - Steve Sisco, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd.

Album Description

Silverchair were slaves to their influences on their debut Frogstomp, but on their second album Freak Show, they're beginning to show signs of developing their own style. While they may still concentrate too heavily on Pearl Jam and Nirvana, they're beginning to fuse the elements together in a more interesting way and are writing stronger hooks. Freak Show still has its share of mediocre moments, and Daniel Johns should try to sing instead of scream, but the album shows potential that Frogstomp never did.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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