Filter - Short Bus 1995 (Size: 687.35 MB) (Files: 29)
Filter - Short Bus 1995
05. Filter - Take Another.flac
04. Filter - Spent.flac
03. Filter - Under.flac
02. Filter - Dose.flac
01. Filter - Hey Man Nice Shot.flac
06. Filter - Stuck in Here.flac
07. Filter - It's Over.flac
08. Filter - Gerbil.flac
09. Filter - White Like That.flac
10. Filter - Consider This.flac
11. Filter - So Cool.flac
Filter - Short Bus.log
Filter - Short Bus.m3u
Filter - Title of Record 1999
01. Filter - Sand.flac
02. Filter - Welcome To The Fold.flac
03. Filter - Captain Bligh.flac
04. Filter - It's Gonna Kill Me.flac
05. Filter - The Best Things.flac
06. Filter - Take A Picture.flac
07. Filter - Skinny.flac
08. Filter - I Will Lead You.flac
09. Filter - Cancer.flac
10. Filter - I'm Not The Only One.flac
11. Filter - Miss Blue.flac
Filter - Title Of Record.log
Filter - Title Of Record.m3u
Title Of Record.cue
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File Size: 687 Mb
Albums & Years: Short Bus 1995; Title of Record 1999
Label: Reprise / Pulse
Catalog #: Short Bus: CDW 45864; Title of Record: CDW 47388
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Filter is a rock group formed in 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio by Richard Patrick and guitarist/programmer Brian Liesegang.
Their first album, Short Bus, was released in 1995. The album was commercially successful, and included the hit single "Hey Man, Nice Shot". The song was somewhat controversial, as it was seen as capitalizing on the public suicide of Budd Dwyer. Kurt Cobain's suicide was widely rumored to have inspired the song, but the band refuted this.  In need of a live band to tour the album, Patrick and Liesegang recruited Geno Lenardo on guitar, Frank Cavanagh on bass, and Matt Walker on drums. They would all later be featured in the video for the album's second single, "Dose".
Between Filter's first and second albums, the band became known for their soundtrack contributions, which many fans on the Filter messageboards have dubbed "The Soundtrack EP". The first of these tracks, "Thanks Bro", landed on the Songs In The Key Of X: Music From And Inspired By The X-Files album. Patrick is a fan of the show, and furthermore, his brother, Robert Patrick (of Terminator 2 fame, who can be seen wearing a leather jacket with a Nine Inch Nails pin in several interviews for that movie), even went on to star in the show as John Doggett in its later seasons.
In 1996, Filter recorded and filmed the video for the song "Jurassitol", for The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack. They also released the home video Phenomenology in 1996, which showcased some of the band's live performances and music videos, as well as an interview with Patrick and Liesegang filmed in New Mexico.
Liesegang left in 1997 shortly after recording the Filter/The Crystal Method collaboration "(Can't You) Trip Like I Do" for the Spawn movie soundtrack, due to creative differences with Patrick. In 1998, for The X-Files film soundtrack, Patrick decided to keep the Filter name and recorded a cover of Harry Nilsson's "One".
Patrick continued with 1999's Title of Record with returning members Lenardo and Cavanagh, as well as Steve Gillis on drums, filling in the gap left by Walker after he left to work with The Smashing Pumpkins. Title of Record moved away from industrial rock somewhat, and resulted in the band's biggest hit, the mellow ballad "Take a Picture", along with other lesser-heard singles "Welcome to the Fold" and "The Best Things". The diverse assortment of tracks on the album also had some definite backstory as well. The song "Take a Picture" is about a dispute on an aircraft, when Richard Patrick drunkenly stripped down to his boxers, alarming the other passengers. Lyrics include: "I don't believe in...your privacy"; "I feel like a new-born"; and "Awake on my airplane." "Could you take my picture 'cause I won't remember?" is a popular Southern phrase and in this case possibly refers to an alcoholic blackout. The lyrics "Hey, Dad, what do you think about your son now?" refers to the theory that Patrick's father didn't believe he could make it in the recording business and tried to persuade him to pursue another direction. The song "Captain Bligh" (after Vice-Admiral William Bligh of the HMS Bounty) was written by Patrick after leaving Nine Inch Nails and was about Trent Reznor's notoriously anti-social habits. "Miss Blue" is said to have been about Smashing Pumpkins bassist D'arcy Wretzky. She can be heard on the songs "Cancer", and "Take A Picture".
Short Bus is the debut album from Filter. It was released in 1995.
Title of Record is the second album by American industrial rock band Filter. It was released on August 24, 1999 and included the popular single "Take a Picture," a noted departure from the dark sound of the band's 1995 hit "Hey Man, Nice Shot." In support of Title of Record, the band performed on Family Values Tour 1999.
1. "Sand" (Patrick) – 0:36
2. "Welcome to the Fold" (Patrick) – 7:40
3. "Captain Bligh" (Patrick) – 5:12
4. "It's Gonna Kill Me" (Patrick/Lenardo) – 5:04
5. "The Best Things" (Patrick) – 4:26
6. "Take a Picture" (Patrick) – 6:03
7. "Skinny" (Patrick/Lenardo) – 5:43
8. "I Will Lead You" (Patrick/Lenardo) – 3:23
9. "Cancer" (Patrick/Cavanagh) – 6:39
10. "I'm Not the Only One" (Patrick) – 5:49
11. "Miss Blue" (Patrick) – 19:48