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Volume 2: Status: Ships Commander Butchered

Volume 2: Status: Ships Commander Butchered
The Desert Sessions
Released February 6, 1998
Recorded 1997
Genre Desert rock
Label Man's Ruin
The Desert Sessions chronology

Volume 1: Instrumental Driving Music for Felons
Volume 2: Status: Ships Commander Butchered
Volume 3: Set Coordinates for the White Dwarf!!!
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The second The Desert Sessions LP, titled Volume 2: Status: Ships Commander Butchered, was released in 1997 on 10-inch red vinyl.

Track listing and personnel

Side A

A:1. Johnny the Boy"

  • Drums: Alfredo Hernandez
  • Drums2: Brant Bjork
  • Clean Guitar: The Evil McBain
  • Vocal/Unclean Guitar: Josh Homme
  • Bass: Ben Shepherd

A:2. "Screamin' Eagle"

  • Lead Guitar: John Paul McBain
  • Aaah: Pete Stahl
  • L Guitar, Bass, Keys: Josh A.K.A. Carlo
  • Drums: Brant
  • Bass: B.Shepherd
Side B

B:1. "Cake (Who Shit on the ?)"

  • Drums: Alfredo
  • Bass: Brant
  • Guitar Right: Ben
  • Guitar Wrong: Josh A.K.A. Carlo
  • Keys: McBain
  • Vocals: Pete Stahl
  • Percussion: F.Drake, A.Hernandez, Carlo, D.Catching. B.Bjork


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