Earth To America
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Widespread Panic uses: Sabian Cymbals, Vic Firth Sticks and Mallets, Goff Professional Hammond Organ, Evans & Remo Drumheads & D'Addario strings/George plays PRS guitars; Dave plays Modulus Graphite basses equipped with GHS strings and Ampeg cabinets; Domingo uses LP Instruments; Todd uses DW drums, pedals & hardware; and John haunts Washburn Guitars & line 6 Amps.
Many thanks to: The Progressive Global Agency (Beth, Dan, Hunter, Jason, Jennifer & Patti), Sanctuary Records, Tom Lipsky, Bob Cahill, Jordan Zucker, Shore Fire Media, Compass Pt Studios (Terry & Sherrie Manning, Osie, Mikie, Helen & Alex), Sam Holt, Paul Agostino, Diego Winegardner, (Pablo, Melissa, Jean Max at Seascape), Roadshow, Fourth Phase-Atlanta, Pyramid Coach, Taylor Tours, Jim & Debbie Forbes at AVS, Dan Beeson, Bill Siegel, Carl Schlacher, Anderson Page, Ted Kornblum, Randy Barker, Paul Panarelli & Bobby Boos at Sabian, Marco Soccoli at Vic Firth, Ed Magruder at Musicians Warehouse, Scott Garrison at DW Drums, PRS guitars, Folks at Forks Drum Closet, Chick Piano, Greg Ramano, Michelle Jacoby & Matt Connors at Remo, Steve Nigohosian & Victor Filonovich at Latin Percussion, Yogi and the entire Panic crew
And special thanks to our Family, Friends, & Fans
All songs written by Widespread Panic published by Brain Delay LLC/BMI
Except: Second Skin & Time Zones which is WP and Jerry Joseph published by Brain Delay; From the Cradle written by WP and William Tonks published by Brain Delay LLC / BMI; Solid Rock written by Bob Dylan published by Special Rider Music/Ascap
Widespread Panic: John Bell - vocals, guitars/John Hermann - keyboards, vocals/ George McConnell - guitars, vocals/Todd Nance - drums /Domingo S Ortiz - percussion/Dave Schools – basses, vocals
Gabrien — 9/1/2022 12:57:14 PM
"I love my second skin"
Wow — 7/25/2022 2:10:40 AM
"Reading the comments on this for the first time, Jesus man some of y’all are insufferable. The only thing bad about panic is some of the complete scum that you inevitably run into at shows, you guys really never outgrew the washed up frat dog phase huh"
August West — 6/30/2022 7:58:33 AM
"I love the album, “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!” That’s the best Panic album….hands down ya, Dingus!"
Mikey — 10/12/2010 5:09:52 AM
"This is still hands down the best album released by anyone in the music industry in a long time...2nd Skin is awesome, time zones reminds me of America, and you should be glad is alllllllllllllllll about Memphis-Mississippi connection of the ancients who created the early cradles of civilization! If I didn't know better the boys are time-travellers and Sunny is the secret weapon from Waco!"
NugP — 1/26/2008 4:57:11 PM
"Damn Arleen. You do realize that the band you love is comprised of "southern fag boys" as you like to call us, don't you? Sean IS wrong that they won't play down South because "we know the true Panic down here." First, they are expanding to their audience. Panic is becoming universal so their tour is expanding as well. Secondly, they DO play down here a lot. Their "special" performance last year was 3 nights in Athens. Kicked ass! Third, if they play down here too much it would be financially stupid, as people wouldn't look forward for 3 months to seeing them."
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