I Am Not Job

by Thanatos

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Jon A nice album by Thanatos, though not initially released as a Thanatos album. The title track is superb. "Larger than the Sky" is another nice moment. The remixes are pretty good too; neither self-indulgent wanderings or tacked-on extras, but rather just solid reworkings that feel more like reprises of the earlier versions, rounding out the album pretty well. Favorite track: I Am Not Job.
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This album was released under the name Illegalteenagebikini. In reality, it is a Thanatos record. All the people involved played with Thanatos at one point or another. There is an extra track here--the Massive, MASSIVE, Object remix by DJ Puzzle was not on the record originally.

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released November 2, 2002

Patrick Ogle--All vocals, guitars on 1, 2, 4, 5 & 9
Greg Lucas (aka mnpltr)-Guitars on 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 8. Programming and noises on 1, 2, 3 & 8.
Eric Polcyn-Bass on 1, 2, 4, 5 & 8.
Menton Matthews III-Programming on 1 & 2. Slide guitar on 2. Drum loops on 1 & 2.
William Tucker-Guitar, bass and programming on 6.
Jason Donnelly (aka DJ Puzzle)-Programming and loops on 7.

Mixed by Greg Lucas
Mastered by Robert Rich
Produced by Lucas and Ogle

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Thanatos Chicago, Illinois

Thanatos began in the mid 1980s as an acoustic/electronic collaboration by Sam Rosenthal and myself (Patrick Ogle). We released a cassette back then then followed it in 1993 with "This Endless Night Inside" and two years later with "An Embassy To Gaius."

The band's third and final release for Projekt was 1997's "Blisters" which featured myself and guitarist William Tucker (and a little of Sam).
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