Dead Air (Heatmiser album)

Dead Air (Heatmiser album)
Dead Air
Studio album by Heatmiser
Released September 6, 1993 (US)
Genre Grunge
Label Frontier
Heatmiser chronology
The Music of Heatmiser
Dead Air
Yellow No. 5
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Dead Air is the debut album by Heatmiser, released in 1993 on Frontier Records.

Track listing

  1. "Still" (Elliott Smith)
  2. "Candyland" (Neil Gust)
  3. "Mock-Up" (Smith)
  4. "Dirt" (Smith)
  5. "Bottle Rocket" (Gust)
  6. "Blackout" (Smith)
  7. "Stray" (Smith)
  8. "Can't Be Touched" (Gust)
  9. "Cannibal" (Smith)
  10. "Don't Look Down" (Gust)
  11. "Sands Hotel" (Gust)
  12. "Lowlife" (Smith)
  13. "Buick" (Gust)
  14. "Dead Air" (Smith)


  • Produced by Heatmiser and Thee Slayer Hippy.
  • Engineered and mixed by Tony Lash.
  • "Lowlife" and "Bottle Rocket" basic tracks recorded by Bob Stark.
  • Recorded at Sound Impressions, Milwaukie, Oregon.
  • Mixed at Whitehorse Studios, Portland, Oregon.
  • Assistant Mix Engineer: Bob Stark.
  • Digitally edited by Super Duper, mastered at K-Disc by John Golden.


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