Genre: Pop Rock
Label: SRCvinyl
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Chevelle Wonder What's Next 180g 2LP (Milky White Vinyl)


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Pressed on High Quality 180g Double Vinyl!
Limited Edition Milky White Vinyl! Mastered For Vinyl & Lacquers Created by Stan Ricker!

Wonder What's Next is the second album and major label debut of American alternative metal band Chevelle, released in 2002 by Epic Records. With hit singles ''The Red'' and ''Send the Pain Below,'' it proved to be Chevelle's breakthrough album, landing them high profile tour slots including the Main Stage of Ozzfest 2003.

Wonder What's Next would feature a heavier, more textured sound than its predecessor, which, according to frontman Pete Loeffler, was "more indie" and didn't effectively capture the band's intensity. The band also spent much more time adjusting tones and preparing before recording, as opposed to the less refined studio process of working with Steve Albini. Ben Kapplin, the Pro Tools editor, also took a liberal approach to adding textures underneath much of the music. The band was at first uneasy with this approach but came to appreciate the influence it had on the overall sound. However, the track "One Lonely Visitor" breaks from this with its bare-bones approach; a demo was recorded in a home studio, but after rerecording it with Garth in Vancouver, Loeffler still favored the original, less-produced version for its more natural feel and convinced the label to use it. The same method would be used on final track of their follow-up album in 2004.

"Chevelle managed to retain its credibility yet still put out 11 tracks that, while still catchy, offer uniqueness not often heard in more commercial fare, no mean feat." -Brian O'Neill,

• 180g Vinyl
• Limited Edition Milky White Vinyl
• 2LP Set
• Mastered for vinyl and lacquers created by Stan Ricker
• Gatefold Jacket
• 11x22 insert
• Deluxe version includes bonus tracks

Side A:

1. Family System
2. Comfortable Liar
3. Send the Pain Below
4. Closure
Side B:
1. The Red
2. Wonder What's Next
3. Don't Fake This
4. Forfeit
Side C:
1. Grab Thy Hand
2. An Evening with El Diablo
3. One Lonely Visitor
Side D:
1. Until You're Reformed
2. (High) Visibility
3. Black Boys on Mopeds
4. It's No Good

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