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Frankenstein 3000’s latest CD, Where Do We Go From Here? utilizes a more DIY approach. The band recorded all of the material in their own studios and brought the resulting tracks to Nuthouse Recording in Hoboken, NJ for mixing. The finished product reveals a great deal of growth for Frankenstein 3000. Songs like “30 Days”, “Latest Fad” and “Dynomite Mama” showcase a poppier (but no less aggressive) sound while darker material like “Getaway”, “Mind Over Matter” and “Panic In Needle Park” exposes a side of the band not previously explored. Fans looking for the classic F3K sound won’t be disappointed, as “The Border”, “Beyond The Valley”, “Let It All Ride” and “Wildebeest” (featuring Tommy on lead vocals) will be sure to please any fan of fast, loud rock and roll. Two cover songs were recorded during the sessions for Where Do We Go From Here? with the intent of using them for future b-sides, but The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s “Wasting Away” and Elvis Costello’s “Green Shirt” fit the vibe of the record so well they were included.

Side One
1. Getaway
2. Dynomite Mama
3. 30 Days
4. Wasting Away

5. The Border
6. Latest Fad

Side Two
1. Mind Over Matter
2. Panic In Needle Park

3. Wildebeest
4. Beyond The Valley
5. Green Shirt
6. Let It All Ride

Produced by Frankenstein 3000
Recorded at Planet Griershaft and The White Room
Mixed by Tom Beaujour at Nuthouse Recording, Hoboken, NJ

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