Warp 11 | It's Dead, Jim

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It's Dead, Jim

by Warp 11

The dark side of sci-fi rockers Warp 11 is revealed.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Gotta Make It So
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2. Beam Me Up To Heaven
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3. Belt Buckle Tractor Beam
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4. Jerk My Kirk
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5. Tribbles and Ecstasy
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6. The Ballad of Bones 2
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7. Track 11
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8. Trekquiem
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9. Section 31
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10. The Saddest Song Ever Written About Star Trek
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11. Please State the Nature of the Medical Emergency
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12. Kirock
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13. He's Dead, Jim
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14. I'm Dead, Jim
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15. It's Dead, Jim
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sci-fi rock superstars Warp 11 are back with their much-anticipated fourth studio album, "It's Dead, Jim". From the raw power of "Belt Buckle Tractor Beam", the Ramones-inspired "Tribbles and Ecstasy", the Christian rock anthem "Beam Me Up to Heaven" and the somber trip-rock journey of "Trekquiem", the wickedly funny Warp 11 is clearly at the top of their game.

Warp 11 recorded the new release in their hometown Sacramento, California with co-producer Joe Johnson (Cake, Deftones). The album was mastered by Jason Livermore (The Ataris, Less Than Jake, Rise Against).


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