The Protomen – The Cover Up - 2015 Hard Rock Soundtrack - Red Vinyl - Sealed 180 Grm 2LP - 200 Copies Only
The Protomen – The Cover Up
Label: Sound Machine Records – SMVL04
2 x Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Repress, Red
2nd pressing. Limited to 200 copies on 180 gram vinyl [red].
Records housed in paper dust sleeves, housed in a gatefold jacket.
.packaged in a laminate sleeve attached to a lanyard commemorating the Warped Tour
Includes download code and credits insert.
download code card is cut to look like a movie theater ticket stub.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout: L-28074M
Style: Hard Rock
A2 Because The Night
Songwriter – Springsteen, Smith
A3 Princes Of The Universe
Songwriter – Mercury
A4 Mr. Roboto
Songwriter – DeYoung
B1 No Easy Way Out
Songwriter – Tepper
B2 Last Stop
B3 In The Air Tonight
Songwriter – Collins
C1 I Drove All Night
Songwriter – Steinberg, Kelly
C2 Total Eclipse Of The Heart
Songwriter – Steinman
C4 The Trooper
Songwriter – Harris
D1 I Still Believe (Great Design)
Songwriter – Goodwin, Been
D3 Danger Zone
Songwriter – Moroder, Whitlock
D4 Silent Running (On Dangerous Ground)
Songwriter – Robertson, Rutherford
Artwork, Design – Caspar Newbolt, John Delucca
Mastered By – John Baldwin
Performer – The Protomen
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Alan Shacklock, The Protomen
Technician [Cartage & Drum Tech] – Andy Spore
Technician [Synthesizer Tech] – Allen Coppock, Tom Virostek
''The Protomen are an American rock band, who started their career on and are perhaps most widely known for composing concept albums loosely based on the video game series Mega Man. Their stage names are largely references to pop culture films, song titles, and fictional characters. The group members refer to themselves as storytellers, creating a "rock and roll fable"
On November 2010 while performing at InDisFest in Atlanta, GA, the band announced their intention to formally record an album of cover songs. Production on the album began in February 2011 with producer, Alan Shacklock; the band's second collaboration with the producer following Act II.
By June 2014, the band announced that a downloadable EP would be made available to attendees of their Warped Tour 2014 performances to promote the upcoming full-length album, titled The Cover Up. The EP was released via a download code printed on a faux movie ticket stub for The Cover Up, referencing a non-existent film, .
and that the download code card is cut to look like a movie theater ticket stub.
The full-length album was released on January 23, 2015 to attendees of MAGFest 13. The songs are punchy and gorgeous, and . I also like the little added details, such as a written backstory for the fictional film that this album is for.''
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