The Copyrights: Discography of the Moment

The Copyrights are a pop punk band that formed in 2002 in the southern Illinois town of Carbondale.

WEB LINKS:

The Copyrights on Bandcamp
The Copyrights on Facebook
The Copyrights on MySpace
The Copyrights Wikipedia article
The Copyrights on Last.fm
The Copyrights on Twitter
The Copyrights YouTube Channel

DISCOGRAPHY (this discography does not contain a list of singles or splits):

We Didn’t Come Here to Die
Released in 2003 by Insubordination Records.
Produced by Luke McNeill.
Band lineup: Adam Fletcher – bass, vocals; Brett Hunter – guitar, vocals; Ken Clifford – guitar, vocals; Luke McNeill – drums.
Tracks: 13
They Say. Talkbomb. Face for Radio. I’ll Be Fine. Crybabies. Graveyards Down the Street. Four Eyes. Not for Shaving. Forever Or Today. You and I. Go Now. Let’s Waste Time Together. Full Circle.

 

 

 


Button Smasher
Released in 2004 by It’s Alive Records.
Produced by Luke McNeill.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 4
Button Smasher. Let’s Get the Fuck Out of Here. I’m Not Calling You. Our Turn.

 

 

 


 

 

Nowhere Near Chicago
Released in September 2005 by It’s Alive Records.
Produced by Luke McNeill.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 4
Screwin Around. Kolmer Irons His Socks. Meathead. New One.

 

 

 


Mutiny Pop
Released in October 2006 by Insubordination Records.
Produced by The Copyrights.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16 Cashiers. Weapons of Math Destruction. Stuck in Springtime. This Ain’t Broadway. Over It. Kingsfield. Help Me Stay Awake. Tonight. My Heroes Are All Assholes. Life Vest. The Ceilings the Limit. Camouflage. Button Smasher. Playing Dumb. Playing Dead. Kill the Captains.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Make Sound
Released in March 2007 by Red Scare Industries.
Produced by The Copyrights.
Lineup changes: Ken Clifford left and was replaced on guitar by Jeff Funburg.
Tracks: 14
Kids of the Blackhole. Headcount. Knee Deep. Pentagrams. The Company. Big Mistakes. Planet Earth Nineteen-Ninety-Four. Stuck in Summertime. Thinking With the Lights On. Unsatisfied. Caveat Emptor. Flat. Standup/Standdown. Leave You Where We Find You.

 

 


Learn the Hard Way
Released in February 2008 by Red Scare Industries.
Produced by The Copyrights.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Second Hearse Same as the First. 57 North. Charlie Birgert Time. Two Left Feet. Headaches. All Your People. Switchblades. She Turns It Up. Solid Connex. Out of Ideas. Sleepwalker. Shit’s Fucked. Pulse Check. On the Way Out.

 

 

 


Chicago Smasher
Released in January 2009 by It’s Alive Records.
Produced by The Copyrights.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 4
Screwin Around. Kolmer Irons His Socks. Button Smasher. Let’s Get the Fuck Out of Here. This is a compilation of the Nowhere Near Chicago and Button Smasher 7″s.

 

 

 


Crutches
Released in July 2011 by It’s Alive Records.
Produced by Matt Allison and Luke McNeill.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 3
Crutches. Current Event (demo). Sober Shell South (demo).

 

 

 


North Sentinel Island
Released in October 2011 by Red Scare Industries.
Produced by Matt Allison.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Trustees of Modern Chemistry. Crutches. Hard-Wired. 20 Feet Tall. Expatriate Blues. Bow Down. Worn Out Passport. Restless Head. Sleep Better. Scars. The New Ground Floor. Never Move Your Back Row. Well-Fed and Warm. Hell Will Be Party Time.

 

 

 


 

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4 thoughts on “The Copyrights: Discography of the Moment

  1. These guys are an outstanding band. I have yet to hear a bad release from them. They are like a modern-day version of Sinkhole.

  2. These guys are an outstanding band. I have yet to hear a bad release from them. They are like a modern-day version of Sinkhole.

  3. These guys are an outstanding band. I have yet to hear a bad release from them. They are like a modern-day version of Sinkhole.

  4. These guys are an outstanding band. I have yet to hear a bad release from them. They are like a modern-day version of Sinkhole.

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