Guitar Heroes

by The Compound Studio

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for the FULL LENGTH VERSION go to: S.O.S (Save Our Studio) A Benefit Album

Save Our Studio!

A battle cry, and these warriors stepped forward. Like so many studios The Compound has been digging deep into debt for a few years now and we had considered closing the doors for good. Until word got around and we brainstormed the idea of creating a compilation record to raise funds and raise awareness. The response has been overwhelming, leaving us truly humbled.

The outpouring of love and generosity has been like a wave of sonic rain drenching us with a new faith in our community and ourselves. Our thanks to everyone involved in taking this project from seed to structure (a pdf booklet is included with download for credit-where-credit-is-due).

We are offering part 2 of this double-disc-full of tracks at a minimum price of $3.99. As this is a benefit record you are welcome to donate more if you are able, every little bit helps.

Live Out Loud,


released July 4, 2012

All Tracks recorded at The Compound Studio and produced by Antoine except:
30 Days in the Hole- live recording of Mike Watt and The Black Gang



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Track Name: The Steepwater Band feat. Marc Ford - Two Mules and A Rainbow
"We met Marc Ford in Spain at a festival we were both playing in the summer of '07. A few weeks later we played together in Chicago, our hometown, and that's where Marc expressed interest in producing the band. He said 'I've been producing at this great recording studio in Long Beach, if you ever find yourself in Southern California, it'd be cool to make a record.'"

"The Grace and Melody sessions were awesome and we really learned alot about how great records are made. Both Marc and Anthony had amazing ideas for our songs, and arrangements. This cut of Marc's song "Two Mules and a Rainbow" was recorded late one night during those sessions: one take, no overdubs. We had already been doing the song in our live shows, so after working all day on the album, we all jumped in the room, turned the amps nice and loud and this is what happened. Enjoy."
- Tod