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11 Transistor
Studio album by Lazlo Bane
Released January 28, 1997
Genre Alternative rock, Indie rock, blues
Length 45:12
Label Lazlo Bane
Lazlo Bane chronology
Short Style
(1996)
11 Transistor
(1997)
All the Time in the World
(2002)

11 Transistor is a debut self-released album by the band Lazlo Bane. The album is available online through iTunes. Most of the record was done on 16 tracks with very few effects. Chad Fisher said that the idea was to work with as little as possible and make it sound the best it could, just like those old transistor radios. A song "Overkill" is a cover originally written by the band Men at Work. Men at Works's singer Colin Hay makes a guest appearance on the track and also in the video of the song.

Track listing

  1. "I'll Do Everything" (Chad Fischer, Jon Simon) - 3:21
  2. "Wax Down Wings" (Fischer) - 4:05
  3. "Flea Market Girl" (Fischer, Kevin Hunter) - 3:55
  4. "Buttercup" (Fischer, Lyle Workman) - 3:44
  5. "1975" (Fischer) - 2:50
  6. "View From The Pavement" (Fischer, Workman) - 4:25
  7. "Sleep" (Fischer) - 4:51
  8. "Novakane" (Fischer) - 2:37
  9. "Last Black Jelly Bean" (Fischer) - 2:11
  10. "Overkill" (Colin Hay) - 4:13
  11. "Midday Train" (Fischer) - 8:54
    • A song "Midday Train" contains a hidden track called "Prada Wallet". It starts after 3:48 of silence.

Personnel

  • Lazlo Bane – main performer
  • Lyle Workman – bass, guitar
  • Jon Simon – bass, guitar
  • David Dale – guitar
  • Josh Freese – drums
  • Colin Hay – guitar, vocals
  • Kevin Hunter – bass, guitar
  • Dave Collins – mastering
  • Tony Phillips – mixing
  • Chad Fischer – engineer
  • Jeff Robinson – assistant engineer
  • Mary Kocol – photography
  • Patrick Raske – art direction, design
  • Mary Lynne Barbis – art direction, design
  • Paul Kremen – art direction [1]

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