Title: Imperial F.F.R.R.
Catalog Number: kar 018, TEENBEAT 77
Label: No. 6 Records, Teenbeat
Style: Alternative Rock, Lo-Fi
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- Art Direction – Naomi Wolff
- Design – Teenbeat Graphica
- Performer – Bridget Cross
- Producer, Engineer – Wharton Tiers
- Producer, Performer – Phil Krauth
- Producer, Performer, Photography By – Mark Robinson
- Recorded By [Recording Manager] – Terry Tolkin
- Typography – Torry Colichio
- Written-By – Unrest
8-page booklet contains all song lyrics, credits, and beats per minute ('b.p.m.').
(p) and (c) 1991 No.6 Records/TeenBeat.
Booklet printed in Canada.
- Barcode: 0 1704-63018-2 4
- Matrix / Runout: KAR 018 (V)
- Distributed By – Caroline Records
Imperial . is the sixth studio album by Washington, D. indie rock band Unrest, released in March 16, 1992 by No. 6 Records and TeenBeat Records. All lyrics are written by Unrest all music is composed by Unrest. Adapted from the Imperial . liner notes. Album 1992 15 Songs. Alternative 1992. Unrest - Imperial . To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock Indie Rock. Released in UK on Guernica A 4AD Offshoot Label GU 1 USA band. Songs in album Unrest - Imperial . Unrest - Volume Reference Tone. Released March 16, 1992. Volume Reference Tone free to Unrest Imperial . Volume Reference Tone, Suki and more. 11 tracks 43:54. Unrest 17-08-1992. Total duration:1 h 08 min. Volume Reference Tone. Beggars, The Orchard Music от лица компании 4AD и другие авторские общества 2. But those are the poles: The actual core of this album is stark, warm, and elegantly simple, and it's in that space that Unrest wound up doing their most interesting work. The title track, for instance, is just a slow, chiming guitar run and one of Robinson's awkward choir-boy vocals a 14-minute variant among the bonus tracks strips it down even further. The album version of Isabel is similar, just acoustic guitar and a careful chorus harmony it was the 12 version, included here, that fleshed it out into a college radio hit, sounding something like indie-pop trip-