Gloryhole is the third studio album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in April 1992 by Trance Syndicate. Gloryhole was the last Ed Hall album to feature drummer Kevin Whitley, who had been playing with the band since 1987. He was replaced by Lyman Hardy, who had been friends with the band since 1989, shortly before tour in support of Glory commenced.
Gloryhole (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl). Trance Syndicate Records. Gloryhole (LP, Album).
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Gloryhole is the third album of the Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in 1991 through Trance Syndicate Records. All songs written and composed by Ed Hall. Gary Chester – guitar, vocals. Larry Strub – bass guitar, vocals. Kevin Whitley – drums, vocals. Additional musicians and production. Brian Anderson – engineering. Ed Hall – production. Doug Olsen – production, engineering.
With each song named after an individual that may or may not have ever existed, Ed Hall's third album – and first for Trance Syndicate – carries on much in the tradition of its two predecessors: open, loose backbeats overlaid with pop song structures, and plenty of Butthole Surfers-esque acid-damage. While it's clear that Gary Chester is a remarkable guitar player, his Fripp-like style does not fully establish itself until the next album, Motherscratcher.
The only album that compairs to motherscratcher so put on your glow paint and be prepaired for an audio halucination of the best kind. some traxs are errie some are stony but most are trippy. Please regroup and tour again.
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Gloryhole was the last Ed Hall album to feature drummer Kevin Whitley, who had been playing with the band since 1987. La La Land (Ed Hall album). La La Land is the fifth and final studio album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released on May 23, 1995 by Trance Syndicate. Love Poke Here is the second studio album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in 1990 by Boner Records.
Gloryhole (album), album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall. Glory hole (glassblowing), the second furnace in glassblowing used for reheating. Glory hole (spillway), a design of an uncontrolled spillway design. Glory hole, an untidy cupboard (informal). Underground mining (hard rock).
|1||Rachel Hourglass||Ed Hall||4:17|
|2||Buttermilk, Hortense||Ed Hall||4:00|
|3||Luke Flukenstock||Ed Hall||3:26|
|4||Seam Cobliber||Ed Hall||3:32|
|5||Bernie Sticky||Ed Hall||5:12|
|6||Destamarc P.||Ed Hall||3:32|
|7||Guido O'Brien||Ed Hall||4:16|
|8||Roger Mexico||Ed Hall||4:24|
|9||Buster Enamel||Ed Hall||4:23|
|10||Sandra Gubernatorial||Ed Hall||3:05|
CreditsBrian Anderson - Engineer
Ed Hall - Primary Artist, Producer
Edmond Hall - Producer
Doug O. - Engineer
Doug Olsen - Engineer, Producer
Spot - Producer