Episode 28 – Alter Bridge – One Day Remains (Part 1)

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Episode 28 - Alter Bridge - One Day Remains (Part 1)

Episode 28 is here! The Wheel has spun and it gave us 2004’s One Day Remains by Alter Bridge. Nick is Back and we have a side conversation about the new Extreme Single “Rise“.

One Day Remains is the debut studio album by the American hard rock band Alter Bridge, released on August 10, 2004, on Wind-up Records. It is the only release by the band on which lead singer Myles Kennedy does not play guitar. It has been certified Gold in the United States as of November 2004, with worldwide sales reaching 750,000. It is said the album received its name from the band members’ attitudes that life should be lived as if only one day remains. Guitarist Mark Tremonti also said in an interview that the title is a reference to the title cards that appeared in the 2001 movie Donnie Darko, and it is one of the names the band considered using before settling with Alter Bridge.

Alter Bridge
Myles Kennedy — lead vocals, co-production, arrangements
Mark Tremonti — guitars, additional vocals, co-production, arrangements
Brian Marshall — bass guitar, co-production, arrangements
Scott Phillips — drums, percussion, co-production, arrangements

Ben Grosse — production, recording, mixing
Blumpy — digital engineering and editing, keyboards and programming
Adam Barber — digital engineering and editing
Jamie Muhoberac — keyboards and programming
Shilpa Patel — additional editing and tech support
Jack Odom and Shaun Evans — recording assistants
Paul Pavao and Chuck Bailey — mixing and additional recording assistants
David Campbell — string arrangements on “In Loving Memory” and “The End Is Here”

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