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Sleep - Volume One MP3
Performer: Sleep
Title: Volume One
Label: Tupelo Recording Company
Country: Europe
Released: 1991
Style: Stoner Rock, Doom Metal
Cat: RTD 3444334CD
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1231 mb | MP3 size: 2602 mb | WMA size: 1785 mb
Genre: Rock

1Nebuchadnezzar's Dream4:47
4The Suffering5:12
9The Wall Of Yawn5:32


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VSR 34, TUP34Sleep Volume One ‎(CD, Album, RP)Very Small Records, Tupelo Recording CompanyVSR 34, TUP34USUnknown
VSR 34Sleep Volume One ‎(LP, Album)Very Small Records, Tupelo Recording CompanyVSR 34US1991
Number 34Sleep Volume One ‎(CD, Album)Very Small Records, Tupelo Recording CompanyNumber 34US1991
TUP34, NUMBER 34Sleep Vol. 1 ‎(LP, Album, RE)Tupelo Recording Company, Tupelo Recording Company, Very Small RecordsTUP34, NUMBER 34US2014
NUMBER 34Sleep Volume One ‎(Cass)Tupelo Recording Company, Very Small RecordsNUMBER 34US1991


  • Artwork [Visual Maintenance]John Yates
  • Recorded ByBilly Anderson


Recorded at Razor's Edge S.F., California.


  • Barcode: 5 018615 203421
  • Matrix / Runout: L384 9902 C071602H F20720-02 A FAILSAFE
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100


  • Recorded At – Razor's Edge Recording


Volume One is the debut album by the American band Sleep. Not long after Sleep's formation, the band went to Razor's Edge studios to start recording. It was the only album recorded with original guitarist Justin Marler, before he would depart from the band in fall 1991 to become an Orthodox monk. Volume One showcases a darker sound and stronger doom metal influence than Sleep's later work. The image featured on the cover is taken from the Salvador Dalí painting Soft Self-Portrait with Fried Bacon. Band: Sleep Album: Volume One Released: 1991 Label: Tupelo Recording Company. Volume 1. The Orchard Music от лица компании Tupelo ASCAP, Abramus Digital, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Art Of SleepVolume One - Thomas Blofeld. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Art Of SleepVolume One. Исполнитель: Thomas Blofeld. Volume One is the debut album by California stoner metal band Sleep. This album however is much different from the stoner metal they are known for as Volume One displays more of a doomsludge metal sound in the vein of Neurosis and early Melvins. Not long after Sleep's formation the band went to Razor's Edge studios to record Volume One. The Suffering, Anguish and Scourge are all re-recordings from the band's days as Asbestosdeath. Volume One would be released sometime in 1991 on CD, Vinyl and. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Lofi Dimensions, Sleep Sequences Volume 1, Stood in Highland Winds, You're Listening, Up, Everything, A Moment Between Us, Music for Travel, and 32 more. and ,. Excludes subscriber-only releases. Purchasable with gift card. John's Cinematic, Ambient, More Minimalist Side Project 'Zero Bedroom Apartment' The American Dollar. go to album. Canyons by City Society. Rich's chillwave project 'City Society' The American Dollar. If you like The American Dollar, you may also like: Anthology Resource Vol. Sleep's first album Volume 1 is so different from the guys' later work that they probably should have given themselves a different name at the time. Just about the only the things Volume 1 has in common with later Sleep work is the slow, dirge-like pace and long drawn-out guitar chords and riffs. but bazillions of other sludgey doom metal bands have those elements in common too. The Sabbath influence would be more obvious a year later with Volume 2 and the stoner themes would come with their Holy Mountain album. Still, Volume 1 is an interesting work in that it combines a hardcore punk. It was the only album recorded with original guitarist Justin Marler, before he became an Orthodox monk. Volume One Tracklist. Stillborn Lyrics. The Suffering Lyrics. Numb Lyrics. Volume One Q&A. Producers Billy Anderson. More Sleep albums. The Sciences. Show all albums by Sleep