|Studio album by The Kickovers|
|Released||April 23, 2002|
|Recorded||Woolly Mammoth Studios|
|Genre||Alternative Rock, Pop Punk|
|Producer(s)||Nate Albert, David Minehan|
Osaka is the first and only album by The Kickovers. The album was released on the Boston-based label Fenway Recordings on April 23, 2002.
|1.||"I'm Plastic"||Nate Albert||0:17|
|2.||"Black and Blue"||Albert||2:46|
|3.||"Fake in Love"||Albert||2:15|
|4.||"Put Me On"||Albert||2:54|
|8.||"Diamonds to Ashes"||Albert||2:09|
|9.||"Hanging on the Telephone"||Jack Lee||1:53|
|10.||"Crash and Burn"||Albert||4:41|
|13.||"The Good Life"||Albert||3:29|
Track 9 was written by Jack Lee and originally performed by The Nerves.
- Nate Albert (guitar, vocals, bass, writing, production, mixing)
- Mikey Welsh (bass)
- Johnny Rioux (guitar, bass)
- Joe Sirois (drums)
- David Minehan (bass, backing vocals, production, mixing, recording)
- Paul Buckley (drums)
- Dave Aaronoff (bass, keys)
- Rich Gilbert (pedal steel)
- Tim O'Hare (recording)
- Paul Q. Koldeire (mixing)
- Sean Slade (mixing)
- J.J. (mastering)
- Carl Plaster (drum tech)
- Joshua Dalsimer (photography)
- Mark Higgins (photography)
- Alli Wong (design, layout)
- Josh Sulkow (robot guy)
- Jon Sulkow (robot guy)
- Cadicow, Carroll, Guido, & Groffman (legal)
- Jonathan Levine (booking)
- Julie Underwood (publicity)
- Mark Kates (think tank)
- Ric Dube (think tank)
Dave Aaronoff and Paul Buckley appear courtesy of Lunch Records.
David Minehan is credited under multiple (most likely joke) nicknames in the album credits, such as "Dangerous", "Dada", "The Motor", "Mr. Minehan", "Diamond", "Deconstruction", "Money", "Minehan Shminehan", and "David Mulligan".
Credits for Osaka adapted from CD liner notes.
- ↑ Osaka (CD liner notes). The Kickovers. Fenway Recordings. 2002.