Infobox Album |
Name = Bibleland
Type = Album
Artist = Daniel Amos

Released = 1994
Recorded = The Green Room (Huntington Beach, California)
Genre = Rock
Length =
Label = BAI Records
Producer = Terry Scott Taylor
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|3|5 [ link]
Last album = "MotorCycle" (1993)
This album = "Bibleland" (1994)
Next album = "Songs of the Heart" (1995)

"Bibleland" is the title of a 1994 album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on BAI Records.

"Bibleland" is a rough and gritty rock record with lots of noise and distortion recorded mostly live-in-the-studio.

The title song pokes fun at cheap religious merchandise in the form of a fictional Amusement Park (although based on several real parks) called "Bibleland." The album's artwork includes a "Circus" style gatefold illustration by Douglas TenNapel.

Track listing

# "Broken Ladders to Glory" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Bibleland" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Theo's Logic" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Low Crawls and High Times" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Bakersfield" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Out in the Cold" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "The Bubble Bursts" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Pete and Repeat" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Constance of the Universe" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "I'll Get Over It" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "She's Working Here" (Words and music by Taylor)
# "Stone Away" (Words by Taylor, Music by Taylor/Chandler/McTaggart)


* Terry Scott Taylor on rhythm guitars and lead vocals.
* Tim Chandler on bass guitar.
* Greg Flesch on guitar.
* Jerry Chamberlain on guitars.
* Ed McTaggart on drums.

Additional musicians

* Gene Eugene: Piano on "I'll Get Over It".

Production notes

* Executive Producers: Ojo Taylor & Gene Eugene.
* Engineered by Gene Eugene and Terry Taylor.
* Recorded at The Green Room, Huntington Beach, California.
* Mixed by Gene Eugeneat Mixing Lab A and the Green Room.
* Mastered by Doug Doyle at Digital Brothers.
* Art Direction, Design, Photography, Digital Chicanery, etc. by Tom Gulotta and Court Patton, Patton Brothers Design, San Diego, California.
* Scanning, Color Proofing and Film Output by Ed McTaggart at the Color Edge, Costa Mesa, California.
* Band Photo by Trisha Kluck.
* Illustrations by Doug TenNapel.

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