Demos of Sloan is a demo album, that is by the Maravines. It has recordings which were made in between February and June, 2015. On it, Chris Lee plays the acoustic guitar, the electric guitar, the drums, and he sings. Evan Pope also plays the electric guitar, the acoustic guitar, the drums, and he sings.
The album has two versions of "The Crab," one of which that also has the song "Olive Gardens" at the end of it. "Fast Lane Geisha" was first recorded for the album Pearl, as "The Fast Lane." It is exclusively uploaded to the Internet Archive, for public domain, on Monday, February 28th, 2022.
The six songs on Demos of Sloan play for 25 minutes and 19 seconds. The album's File size for M. P. E. G. 1, Audio Layer 3, at 320, 000 bytes per second, and in Stereophonic sound is 83, 398, 656 bytes. The lyricists, the writers, the musicians, and their database identification numbers are in the song list.
The first song on Demos of Sloan is the earliest demo version of The Crab, and the lyrics were written shortly after the recording. The lyrics, and the song writing are by Chris Lee. He plays the electric guitar, and he sings. Evan Pope plays the drums. It is recorded at Prospector Studios before noon on Tuesday, February 24th, 2015. The length of the track is 4 minutes and 39 seconds. The identification numbers are AcoustID 3ed487b1-028a-4d09-8fff-dd6eb365429e.
The second song is Reaction Tumor. It is recorded in Uptown Union City, on Monday afternoon, June 29th, 2015. The lyrics, the song writing, the nylon stringed guitar, and the vocals are by Chris Lee. The length of the track is 4 minutes and 8 seconds. The AcoustID is 46ec6c1c-0743-4136-9779-ad9c931f4a16.
The third song is an instrumental demo of Tie Retie. It is recorded at Prospector Studios on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015. The song writing is by Evan Pope, who plays the electric guitar. Chris Lee plays the drums. The length of the track is 2 minutes. The AcoustID is 76e51a50-8016-4919-9b3e-4c1eb70fc169.
The fourth song is Fast Lane Geisha. The lyrics, and the song writing are by Chris Lee. He also plays the nylon stringed guitar, the snare, and he sings. Evan Pope also writes some of the lyrics. It is recorded on June 29th, 2015, in Union City. The snare is a Pearl M-80, and the drum sticks are Vater Wire Wood Brush. The length of the track is 3 minutes and 12 seconds. The AcoustID is 1d508995-c9f2-42fa-8733-fb026d768de7.
The fifth song is Happy Friday. It is a live recording by Evan Pope at Prospector Studios, with the drums being overdubbed, and it is made on March 3rd, 2015. He plays the acoustic guitar, the drums, and he sings. The duration of the song is 2 minutes and 15 seconds. The AcoustID is aee174d7-ddd3-4f20-9414-f2a34800ea84.
The sixth song is The Crab, and the seventh song is Olive Gardens. It is recorded on June 10th, 2015, at Prospector Studios. The lyrics, and the song writing are by Chris Lee, who plays the acoustic guitar, the electric guitar, and he sings the lead. Evan Pope plays the drums, the digital piano, and he sings the harmony. The duration of the song is 9 minutes and 2 seconds. The AcoustID is 1ed1f213-a37d-49af-9284-ff4e2ac773d0.
The acoustic guitar is a Yamaha AC3R. The nylon stringed acoustic guitar is a handmade Stagg Classic. The electric guitar is a Fender Stratocaster, and the amplifier is an Orange Crush. The drums heads are Remo Ambassador Coated, and the kick head is an Aquarian Super Kick II. The drum sticks are Vic Firth. The cymbals, and the hi hat are Zildjian. The microphones are Blue Snowball, and Bluebird, as well as a Sterling Audio ST.
The recording for Demos of Sloan is by Evan Pope, and Chris Lee, at Prospector Studios, in Nutley, New Jersey, 07110, and in Union City, New Jersey, 07087. The mixing is by Chris Lee, and Evan Pope, with Acoustica Mixcraft Version 5. The mastering is by Chris Lee, with Acoustica Mixcraft Version 8. Track 6 is converted with CloudConvert.
The front cover photography is Diendra Scherban, at Prospector Studios, on March 14th, 2015. The back cover artwork is by Evan Pope, and it was completed on March 14th. 2015, and 2022 The Maravines. The album is free, and public domain.