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Title: Hello=Fire  
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Subject: Queens of the Stone Age, Troy Van Leeuwen, Joey Castillo, Michael Shuman, Dean Fertita, The Dead Weather
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Released October 26, 2009
Genre Indie rock, alternative rock
Label Schnitzel Records Ltd.
Producer Dean Fertita, Brendan Benson
Dean Fertita chronology
Sea of Cowards

Hello=Fire is the debut album of Dean Fertita's solo project with the same name. The album was recorded at various studios while Fertita was on tour with Queens of the Stone Age. The album features guest appearances by band members from Queens of the Stone Age, Brendan Benson who also produced the album as well as The Afghan Whigs drummer Michael Horrigan. The album was released October 26, 2009 by Schnitzel Records Ltd.. "Nature Of Our Minds" was released as its first single.

Track listing

All tracks written by Dean Fertita except where noted.

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Certain Circles"  Fertita, Brendan Benson  
2. "Far From It"  Fertita, Benson  
3. "She Gets Remote"  Fertita, Benson  
4. "Mirror Each Other"     
5. "Nature Of Our Minds"     
6. "She's Mine In Sorrow"     
7. "Faint Notion"     
8. "Someplace Spacious"  Fertita, Benson  
9. "Looking Daggers"     
10. "I Wanna Like You"  Fertita, Benson  
11. "They Wear Lightning"     
12. "Parallel"  Fertita, Benson  


Mixed by Dave Feeny, Tempermill Studio

Recorded by:

  • Brendan Benson - East Grand Studio
  • Bryan Hanna - Terrarium Studio
  • Dave Feeny - Tempermill Studio
  • Norm Block - Happy Ending Studio
  • Eldad Guetta - Shriek Studio, London

Performed by:

Design - Tal Brosh


  • Travis Keller Hello=Fire is Dean Fertita. New video + album info Retrieved: 2010-01-23
  • Heron Hello=Fire: The debut album from Dean Fertita and Friends Retrieved:2010-01-23
  • Edgar Smith < Hello=Fire album review Retrieved: 2010-01-23
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