Birmingham, Alabama, USA
|1997||More to Life Than Rock & Roll|
|1998||Dear Ephesus / Lugsole split||Velvet Blue Music|
|1998||Problems of Involvement||Daddy-O Records|
|1999||Essays on Annihilation||The Clandestine Project Recordings|
This was the first project the band recorded. It was recorded on a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder.
1996 Crush Records
“This project was released on cassette. A few months after this EP, we put together “More to Life Than Rock-n-Roll” which was very similar to this release.
Most of these songs resurfaced on other releases with different recordings/lyrics.
The live tracks were from a show at The Refuge in Birmingham, AL on April 5, 1997.”
1998 Daddy-O Records (DDO#001)
1999 The Clandestine Project Recordings (cpr001)
This was a 3-way split with Lugsole, The Paper Chase and E-Class. Each band picked a word or phrase, when put together became the name of the split. Lugsole's word was “annihilation”.
The artwork shown is the not the cover of the split, but rather part of the Lugsole artwork inside the CD booklet.
These were the last songs Lugsole recorded. They were recorded in late 1998. The songs “separation is complicated” and “is this freedom” were never played live.“
The Nashville Revolt Sampler (1997 Velvet Blue Music)
7. Out of Place (2:05)
Thirty-One Flavors (1997 M&M Records)
11. Out of Place (2:08)
12. My Spinning Wheel (4:38)