Walter Salas-Humara - Radar CD

The second Walter Salas-Humara solo album. Nasty, scrappy and angry on one side and beautiful, honest, and tragic on the other. Written and recorded in a 1912 mission style bungalow in old Hollywood, this album is as raw as it gets. Unpolished and proudly experimental, this album marks a return to the Indy credibility of the first Silos album.

Original release 1995 Watermelon Records. Several songs from this album were later added to re-releases of The Silos' Hasta La Victoria and Susan Across The Ocean.

Design [Package] – Number Seventeen Photography By – Ignacio Salas-Humara

Produced by WSH Mixed by Dave Bassett, Dave McNair and WSH Mastered by Chris Bellman

Recorded By – Dave McNair (tracks: 6), Greg Anderson (5) (tracks: 11), Paul Mahern (tracks: 9), Tom Dube (tracks: 4, 7, 8), Walter Salas-Humara (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10)

Recorded at Studio W : 1 to 5, 7 to 10 Recorded at Playtime : 4, 7, 8 Recorded at Control Center : 6 Recorded in a basement in Bloomington, Indiana : 9 Recorded at World Studio : 11

Mixed at Chateau Relaxeau : 1 to 5, 7 to 10 Mixed at Doug Messenger's : 6 Mixed at Studio Dee : 11

Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering

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Track Listing

  1. Three, Two, One and More
  2. Be Honest With Me
  3. Evangeline
  4. Letter to Send
  5. Light From the Box
  6. Star
  7. One More Dance
  8. I Won You Won
  9. Rejuvenation
  10. Ride
  11. Get Out