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Deadsy - Commencement FLAC Performer: Deadsy
Album: Commencement
Country: US
Released: 21 Jun 2002
Style: Industrial, Goth Rock, Synth-pop, Nu Metal
Label: Elementree Records, DreamWorks Records
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Catalog #: 0044-50301-2
Size FLAC: 2286 mb.
Size MP3: 1198 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 355
Record Source: CD, Album


1Future Years
Bass [Additional Musician] – Jay Gordon
2The Key To Gramercy Park
Sampler [Additional Musician, Breakbeats] – Sunny LevineVocals [Additional] – Jonathan Davis
3Seagulls (the Macroprosopus)
Vocals [Additional Musician] – Jay Gordon
4Le Cirque En Rose (Obsolescence)4:55
5The Elements5:20
6Tom Sawyer4:52
7Mansion World
Backing Vocals [Additional] – Hollinson RobinsonLead Guitar [Additional Musician] – Troy Van Leeuwen
8Flowing Glower
Bass [Additional Musician] – Jay Gordon
9Brand New Love
Vocals [Additional] – Richie Birkenhead
10She Likes Big Words
Bass [Additional Musician] – John TaylorLead Guitar [Additional Musician] – Troy Van Leeuwen
Piano [Additional Musician] – Jed Whedon
Bass [Additional Musician] – Jay Gordon
14Lake Waramaug4:23


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
450 301-4Deadsy Commencement ‎(Cass, Album)DreamWorks Records, Elementree Records450 301-4Asia2002
noneDeadsy Commencement ‎(CDr)SirenoneUSUnknown
UICW 1023Deadsy Commencement ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition, Jap)Elementree Records, DreamWorks RecordsUICW 1023Japan2002
0044-50301-2Deadsy Commencement ‎(CD, Album)DreamWorks Records, Elementree Records0044-50301-2US2002
2-47509-ABDeadsy Commencement ‎(CD, Promo)Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Witchouse2-47509-ABUS1999


  • A&RRon Handler
  • A&R [Coordinator]Jennifer Wicks
  • Art Direction, DesignJosh Gabbard
  • BassCreature , Phillips Exeter Blue I
  • Co-producerBrian "Gummo" Virtue (tracks: 4)
  • Drums, PercussionAlec Püre
  • EngineerFu Valcic, Brian "Gummo" Virtue, Chad Fridirici, Dr. Nner, James Murray, Josh Abraham
  • GuitarDr. Nner, Phillips Exeter Blue I
  • Legal [Legal Representation]Lisa Socransky
  • ManagementJosh Richman
  • Mastered ByJoe Gastwirt
  • Mixed ByBill Kennedy, Brian "Gummo" Virtue, Chad Fridirici, E. Blue, Jason Corsaro, Jason Roberts, Jay Baumgardner, Josh Abraham
  • Other [Marketing] – Steve Rosenblatt
  • ProducerE. Blue, Jay Baumgardner (tracks: 1 to 3), Josh Abraham (tracks: 4 to 14)
  • Programmed ByDr. Nner, Phillips Exeter Blue I
  • Programmed By [Additional]Fu Valcic, Brian "Gummo" Virtue, Chad Fridirici, Chris Vrenna, James Murray, Joe Bisharo, Josh Abraham
  • SynthesizerDr. Nner, Phillips Exeter Blue I
  • VocalsPhillips Exeter Blue I
  • Zither [Z-Tar]Carlton Megalodon


Recorded and or Mixed At Nordic Estates B.C., West Lake Audio, NRG Studios, The Enterprise, Scream Studios, Josh's Garage, Cher's House, A&M Studios &Dreamland Recording Studios.

Made in U.S.A.


  • Barcode: 6 0044 50301 2 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 004 450 3012 [email protected] H
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0397
  • Other (Variant 1 (Mould Text)): MADE IN USA BY PMDC


  • Made By – PMDC, USA
  • Distributed By – Universal Music & Video Distribution, Corp.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SKG Music LLC
  • Copyright (c) – SKG Music LLC
  • Mastered At – Oceanview Digital Mastering
  • Recorded At – Nordic Estates B.C.
  • Recorded At – Westlake Audio
  • Recorded At – NRG Studios
  • Recorded At – The Enterprise
  • Recorded At – Scream Studios
  • Recorded At – Josh's Garage
  • Recorded At – Cher's House
  • Recorded At – A&M Studios
  • Recorded At – Dreamland Recording Studios


The Key To Gramercy Park is edited on this album.
Deadsy is kind of like its cousin Orgy. Lots and lots of metal and synths. I personally like the synth-heavy tracks on this CD, although some of the other tracks are worth listening to. One interesting thing about Deadsy is that the lyrics are sometimes cryptic, pretentious, or just confusing. They cite history, philosophy, and obscure pop culture. However, it is refreshing to have music that forces you to look up the dictionary or the encyclopedia.

Some notable tracks:
"The Key To Gramercy Park" is loud, heavy, and well, you know. Not very much substance. Lyrics are interesting, though.
"Mansion World" drops into some really synthy sounds. Very "Gothic." This is a good example of darkwave.
"Lake Waramaug" sounds really heavy and dark, but the lyrics are cheerful, and kind of humorous. Also relies heavily on the synths.
"The Elements" is more straight rock than darkwave, but I think it's good nonetheless.
"She Likes Big Words" reminds of me of Duran Duran's "Rio." It's actually a fun song to listen to. Lightens up the mood of the CD.
"Cruella" is a slow one. It's my favorite song from the CD. More rock than darkwave.
"Tom Sawyer" is a nice metal cover of Rush's classic.

If you like gothic music, then you should try out Deadsy. There are lots of synths and electronic elements in the sound, so if you think that rock and electronic shouldn't mix, then you will not like this.