Destructive Testing

by Matt Minigell

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released July 20, 2016

"what's there to believe in?" produced by bobby briggs and peter rudewicz and recorded by tony goddess at bang-a-song in gloucester, ma.
mixed by brent godin at night train studios in westford, ma

"lucy" and "elivette" recorded and mixed by warren babson at bang-a-song in gloucester, ma

"life is bleak" recorded and mixed by will holland at chillhouse studios in charlestown, ma

"the old city day school" and "if you bring me flowers (watch out)" recorded at woeful house in andover, ma.
"flowers" mixed by will holland at chillhouse studios in charlestown, ma

**all live songs recorded by kenan cooper at harvard station in cambridge, ma and mixed by will holland in charlestown, ma


matt minigell - vocals, guitar, bass, other
dr. patrick lynch - drums, percussion, background vocals
nick zaino III - drums on "what's there to believe in?"
annabelle lord-patey - background vocals on "life is bleak"
will holland - organ on "life is bleak"
bobby briggs - electric guitar on "what's there to believe in?"
peter minigell - piano on "what's there to believe in?"

mastered by will holland at chillhouse studios in charlestown, ma

cover art by dave minigell
photos by the reverend

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