Limited vinyl LP pressing. Reissue. Short Bus is the 1995 platinum-selling debut album by Filter, the alternative/industrial band formed by original Nine Inch Nails touring guitarist Richard Patrick and guitarist/programmer Brian Liesegang. Short Bus ended up going platinum, selling over one million copies, largely due to the success of the band's single "Hey Man Nice Shot." Richard Patrick has gone on to name bands such as Pantera, Skinny Puppy, Helmet and Big Black as influences for the album's sound, which is guitar-heavy and features the use of a drum machine for percussion. The album also includes the singles 'Dose' and 'Under'
FILTER / AMALGAMUT - Filter's third studio album, The Amalgamut, is available for the first time on vinyl in celebration of the title's 20th anniversary. Following the success of the band's platinum-selling 1999 release, Title of Record, 2002's The Amalgamut spawned fan favorites "Where Do We Go from Here" and "American Cliché." 2 LP set housed in a gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeves.