2014 vinyl LP pressing. Dot Hacker's genesis comes from when Klinghoffer and bandmate Clint Walsh were touring as part of Gnarls Barkley back in 2006. Two more seasoned musicians, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke soon rounded up the lineup and the band was formed in 2007. Klinghoffer's schedule became substantially busier upon joining the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a full-time member in 2009, though Dot Hacker eventually found time to release it's debut "Inhibition" in 2012. "How's Your Process? (Play)" marks the second of the bands two-part sophomore effort. It was mastered by Grammy Award winner, Bernie Grundman.
2014 vinyl LP pressing. Dot Hacker's genesis comes from when Klinghoffer and bandmate Clint Walsh were touring as part of Gnarls Barkley back in 2006. Two more seasoned musicians, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke soon rounded up the lineup and the band was formed in 2007. Klinghoffer's schedule became substantially busier upon joining the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a full-time member in 2009, though Dot Hacker eventually found time to release it's debut "Inhibition" in 2012. "How's Your Process? (Play)" marks the second of the bands two-part sophomore effort. It was mastered by Grammy Award winner, Bernie Grundman.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ORG MUSIC
Rel. Date: 10/07/2014
UPC: 711574709410

How's Your Process?: Play [LP]
Artist: Dot Hacker
Format: Vinyl
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2014 vinyl LP pressing. Dot Hacker's genesis comes from when Klinghoffer and bandmate Clint Walsh were touring as part of Gnarls Barkley back in 2006. Two more seasoned musicians, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke soon rounded up the lineup and the band was formed in 2007. Klinghoffer's schedule became substantially busier upon joining the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a full-time member in 2009, though Dot Hacker eventually found time to release it's debut "Inhibition" in 2012. "How's Your Process? (Play)" marks the second of the bands two-part sophomore effort. It was mastered by Grammy Award winner, Bernie Grundman.