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The Hal Al Shedad - Symbol Of Sound Progress album

The Hal Al Shedad - Symbol Of Sound Progress album
Performer: The Hal Al Shedad
Title: Symbol Of Sound Progress
Released: 1996
Country: US
Style: Hardcore
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 433
MP3 size: 1582 mb
FLAC size: 1159 mb


A Riding With Angels
B Super Ego

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-46142


  • Design [Graphical Consulting Provided By] – Phillip Dwyer
  • Mastered By – GSV*
  • Performer [The Hal Al Shedad Is Expressed Through] – Benjamin*, Edward*, James*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AUTO-01-A F/W GSV L-46142
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AUTO-01-B F/W GSV L-46142-X

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AUTO-01 The Hal Al Shedad Symbol Of Sound Progress ‎(7") Auto-Stop Records AUTO-01 US 1996
AUTO-01 The Hal Al Shedad Symbol Of Sound Progress ‎(7") Auto-Stop Records AUTO-01 US 1996
AUTO-01 The Hal Al Shedad Symbol Of Sound Progress ‎(7") Auto-Stop Records AUTO-01 US 1996

The Symbol Of Sound Progress by The Hal Al Shedad, released 01 July 1996 1. Superego 2. Riding With Angels This was the third single released by The hal al Shedad, "The Sounds of Swords Clashing" and the split 7" with Inkwell being the first two. The original seven songs written by the band were recorded at the same session in the Summer of 1995 by Issa "Let's Take A Break" Diao at Sleepless Nights Studio, which produced these first three singles and one unreleased song. Superego" was the last of the original seven songs written, which includes some quiet parts foreshadowing the wider dynamic range of later hal songs such as "The Art of Mapmaking", etc. "Reissued" in March of 2007 on Stickfigure.

Performer – Benjamin, Edward, James. Matrix, Runout (Side A): AUTO-01-A F/W GSV L-46142. Matrix, Runout (Side B): AUTO-01-B F/W GSV L-46142-X. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

Atlanta trio The Hal Al Shedad blends sheer unbridled chaos with thoughtful introspection, revealing a remarkable artistic depth that goes beyond simple hardcore fury. While taking plenty of cues from such truly angry bands as The Monorchid and Unwound, The Hal Al Shedad also goes on arty Sonic Youth-style tangents, and sometimes even explores the dreamy side of indie rock in the manner of Seam's early records.

The album included the following session artists: Design. All materials are provided for educational purposes.

The Fake Sound of Progress (stylized as ss) is the debut studio album by the Welsh rock band Lostprophets, originally released on 27 November 2000 through Visible Noise. The album would be released in 2001 by Columbia Records and was met with stronger sales numbers around the world. This is the only album to feature DJ Stepzak although he was only in the original version, and the first album to have Jamie Oliver although he was only in the remastered version.

CD - Troubleman Unlimited 000017). Fusing rambling, slightly off-key vocals, discordant and beautiful guitar lines, and driving, complex basslines, hal al Shedad does emocore like no one else can. The lyrical content is extremely well done - profound, innovative and expressive. This entire CD is amazing, but some of the most powerful moments come on "Postcard Communication," an epic struggle between anger and sadness, and the jangly, expressive "That On. Definitely one of the most talented, creative, and powerful bands to have emerged in the world of emotional music recently

Symbol of Aggression. Thrash Metal Hellshock (USA-1). Labels Zodiac Entertainment. Music StyleThrash Metal. Members owning this album0. 2. Lesser Form of Man. 3. Through My Eyes.

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