Record Die Wontcha • Band Falcon Format album • Published Sat 26 Apr 2008

Credits

Credits and recording info

Tracklist

  1. Jimmy Clark
     
    04:30
  2. No Future
     
    05:30
  3. Elfland’s Daughter
     
    06:15
  4. Corporate Whore
     
    05:55
  5. The Wreck Of The John Deere (instrumentral)
     
    05:02
  6. Leader
     
    04:46
  7. Careless
     
    05:13
  8. Falcon
     
    06:19
  9. Everything There Is To Know
     
    06:19
  10. Show You All (Cirith Ungol cover)
     
    03:30
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Editions

Tue 06 May 2008 Liquid Flames Records

ID: 1007
permalink: https://cirithungol.org/edition/cd-06-may-2008-liquid-flames-records-ow-30992/
title: CD: (Liquid Flames Records; OW 30992)

Release label: Liquid Flames Records
Release number: OW 30992
Release date: Tue 06 May 2008

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Wed 27 Aug 2014 Svart Records, Limited 500 copies

ID: 1008
permalink: https://cirithungol.org/edition/lp-2014-svart-records-svr111/
title: LP: 2014 (Svart Records; SVR111)

Release label: Svart Records
Release number: SVR111
Release date: Wed 27 Aug 2014
Limited: 500

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The second Falcon album, released four year after the debut.

I took two weeks off work – no pay – so we could record Die Wontcha towards the end of October ’06. It was an incredible experience. Darin and Greg rose to the occasion and played their bloody arses off! They both should be commended for a job well done! I was rooming with the dudes from Blue Cheer at Chris Kozlowski’s infamous Polar Bear Lair most of that time. Got to witness the reformed Cactus at Jaxx in Virginia, caught up with the Internal Void boys and we managed to whip out an album we were very satisfied with over several days.

Perry Grayson, 21 Jan 2009

The cover and the title

The cover is a painting by renowned fantasy artist Virgil Finlay.

  • Cover painting Virgil Finlay, available at isfdb and Amazon.
  • Book Famous Fantastic Mysteries (December 1946), available at isfdb and Amazon.
  • Album Why Dontcha (1973) is available both at Amazon and at eBay.

The title “Die Wontcha” is a play on the West, Bruce, & Laing album “Why Dontcha” (1973). First photo from left is the original Why Dontcha-album. The middle is a piss-take on the Why Dontcha album and. The last is a rough, proto version of the album cover.

Below is the title track Why Dontcha.

 

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