The Complete Discography of
The Star Trek Conspiracy (2011)
In late 2009 Jason Lives built their own home studio and over the next year began demoing and recording their debut album. Out of these sessions comes the upcoming EP 'The Star Trek Conspiracy'. The EP features cover art designed by Ray from The Hard-Ons and 5 tracks including 2 from the upcoming album, 2 exclusive to the EP and another which featured on the Punkocalypse compilation CD. This is the first CD to feature Gav on drums.
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1. Am I Wrong?
2. The Star Trek Conspiracy
3. Hungry Hippo
4. If Ronald Reagan, the man from the elephant Rolo ad who looks a bit like Jeff Kennet, or Downtown Allan Brown walked into 7 Eleven while humming the bass line from Seinfeld and holding a copy of Friday the 13th Part 6 in one hand they would not recieve anymore frequent flyer points that they are already entitled to.
5. This Month's Apocalypse
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13 was the only CD to feature Dave on drums. It was recorded and mixed over two days in October 2005 at Cavalier Studios (the same as Life) by Justin Skim, and mastered in Febuary at Edensound (also the same as Life) by Martin Pullan. The song 'Who Am I' first appeared on their 1997 demo Sprich Nomed.'Another Chance' (which originally had different lyrics and the title 'Diane') and 'Noodles' were also old songs from around 1998, but until now were never recorded. 'Your're My Hell' and 'Change' were written after reforming in 2003, while 'Moron Humanity' was written in 2005 after Dave joined the band.
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Life is the first CD EP to be released by Jason Lives. It was recorded in July of 2003 at Caviler in Research where Do Not Eat (Ross' old band) and Squeeze the Juice (Luke and Daniel's old band) had previously recorded. It took 1.5 days to record and was later mastered at Edensound in South Melbourne. It was finally released in Janunary 2004.
1. Life (mp3)
2. Lonely and Useless
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The Doug Conspiracy (1998)
The Doug Conspiracy was the 2nd demo released by Jason Lives when called 'The Voorhees'. It was recorded during the Easter Holidays of 1998 at one of our friend's houses using a 4-track recorder we had bought, and released later that year. The demo was named 'The Doug Conspiracy' after a friend of ours called Doug who use to dance for us at our gigs and act out our songs. We put him on
the cover because he was funny and we named it after him because we couldn’t
think of anything better to call it.
2. If Ronald Reagan, the man from the elephant Rolo ad who looks a bit like Jeff Kennet, or Herman Goiter walked into 7 Eleven while humming the bass line from Seinfeld and holding a copy of Friday the 13th Part 6 in one hand they would not recieve anymore frequent flyer points that they are already entitled to.
3. The Hills Have Eyes
7. Am I Wrong (live)
8. Evil Dead (live)
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Click here for a detailed account of the recording process.
Sprich Nomed (1997)
2. Illusions Of Childhood
4. Who Am I?
5. Stupid Things
6. The Wall
7. Gherkin Song
8. Demon Chirps (Bonus Song)
Sprich Nomed was the first demo released by Jason Lives as The Voorhees. It was recorded in December
of 1996, which was a few months after they had formed, and it was released
in July of 1997. The first time it was recorded, the master tape got chewed
up, so it had to be done again. The second time around, two extra songs were
added, and one which had been recorded the first time, was not done again.
It was recorded live onto DAT, through a PA in the kitchen of Danny Collins.
The demo is rather raw and if you listen closely you will hear quite a few
mistakes. Back up vocals on the extra track Demon Chirps, were done by
members of a band called Squeegee, who recorded their demo in Danny’s
kitchen the same day.
Click here to see the original cover for 'Sprich
Click here for the words to the songs.