The More Things Change

by Seraphs Coal

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Marco Leal Seraphs' 3rd and final release. More diversity in song writing than the prior two releases, but still just as great!!! This album reminds me so much of Olivia The Band!!! Must own!!! Favorite track: Change The World.
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Debut full-length album titled "The More Things Change" released on Volcom Entertainment/ MGM. 2000 copies. Out of press.

credits

released March 18, 2002

Recorded at Soundhouse Studios, November 2001
Produced by Dan Jones and Seraphs Coal
Engineered and Mixed by Angelo Malavazos
Mastered at Studio 301 by Don Bartley
Design and Layout by Darren Reid
Illustration by John Engelhardt
Band Photography by Katel'nd Griffin

Around this time, Seraphs Coal were accused of "voter fraud" when their single "Hope Is Where The Heart Is" debuted at #4 on Triple J's Net 50 and proceeded to hold steady at #1. This was the start of a series of unfortunate events that Juice Magazine dubbed "Seraphsgate", ultimately leading to drummer/singer Dan Jones being listed as a security threat by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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Seraphs Coal Adelaide, Australia

MEMBERS

Dan Jones - Drums/Vocals
Sam Barnes - Guitar/Vocals
Andre Dumuid - Bass/Vocals
Ben Donnithorne - Guitar (1999-2000)
Sean Bushby - Guitar (2000-2001)
John Garrett - Guitar (2001-2002)

FORMED

Adelaide, 1996 - 2002

HIGHLIGHTS

Main Stage Vans Warped Tour 1999
Essential Stage Headline Big Day Out 2000
Loudmouth Stage Livid Festival 2002
First Independent band #1 Triple J Net 50
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