2. Silent screams
3. We are
4. In my mind
Oyster’s Reluctance At Numbering Grew Early By Using Dendrochronologyâ€, also known as â€œO.R.A.N.G.E.B.U.Dâ€ is a three pieces combo (bass/drums/vocals) delivering a noisy metal crossover both destructured and cold as The Day After that they describe as â€œanaphylactic rockâ€.
The band first presided from 1996 to 2000, though the only existing proof is a 3-track, limited-edition (only 500 copies) live album called Orangebud.
When the band got back together in 2010 to record their old tracks, their unique goal was to have something to remember Orangebud by. Thanks to some new arrangements and generous collaborations, this homemade, « souvenir » album has blossomed into Oyster’s Reluctance At Numbering Grew Early By Using Dendrochronology’s first, eponymous album