Actually, Being Lonely Isn't All That Bad

by Walker

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Walker's 1996 full length album, "Actually, Being Lonely Isn't All That Bad", originally released on Chicago's Harmless Records.

from Maximumrocknroll #170 July 1997:
Walker - "Actually, Being Lonely Isn't All That Bad..." LP
"After a bunch of so-so 7"s to review, this is looking like a chest-high fastball with the wind blowin' out. OK, I admit I've watched a baseball game or two lately, but really, "the" killer new release here. Put this up there with DISCOUNT, WESTON, and DIGGER. Awesome pop-punk done AWESOME. A good mix of melody, spunk, and an occasional minor chord. Two re-recordings, I think, a CRINGER cover, and some amazing new songs. If you're tired of pop punk, get this record! It will restore your faith in the genre. Well worth the wait." (Ray Lujan *also topped his top 10 list that issue*)

credits

released May 1, 1996

Recorded between June and August '96 at Sonic Iguana Studios in Lafayette, IN.
Engineered by Jeff Hansell
Produced by Jeff Hansell and Brad Carlson
Cover Illustrations by Dave Griffin and Kenny Redman.
Cover design by Keith Sanders
All songs written by Walker except for "Petrograd" which is a Cringer song.

Walker was:
Kenny Redman - Lead and backing Vocals(all but 5), Guitars
Matt Coles - Drums
Brad Carlson - Bass, B Vocals(lead on 5), Guitars
Dave Griffin - Guitars

*Guest vocals on BWF 96 by Greg Smith and the Walker youth ensemble

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Walker Lafayette, Indiana

Walker was a pop-punk band from Lafayette, IN from '93 to around '98 with releases on Chicago's Harmless Records, Polyvinyl, Just Add Water, and more.

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