Glenn Street Studio Work

1994 to 2002 Dale Price Studio Recording Projects at the Glenn Street Studio

Prior to building Electric Canyon, Dale Price was active at his Glenn Street location. This a list of the some of the work that happened during those years. Repeated artists from above have been left out.

  • Amerikan Standard
  • Attic
  • DJ Badrok
  • Bait Meets Fish
  • Matt Baldoni
  • Bean Fight
  • The Belmont Sisters
  • Berkow and Beka
  • Brian Birkes
  • Blue Dye Fire
  • Blue Paradise
  • Blue Plate Special
  • Bone Gruel
  • DJ Boomshot
  • Brown House
  • Buffalo Creek
  • Butte County Allstars
  • Clockwork
  • Color in the Lines
  • Dan Cohen
  • Diligent
  • Downshift
  • Duane Drake
  • Drimsykol
  • Echolalia
  • Fabulous Nicklaus Brothers
  • Face Down
  • The Firemonkeys
  • Food
  • Force Seven
  • MC Grits and Archetype
  • Gruk
  • Guido
  • Jen Hayden
  • Helen & Her Escorts
  • Holdjer Honda
  • Hutch
  • Iguana Jive
  • Irie Vibration
  • Iron Core Collapse
  • Jack Shat & the Know it Alls
  • Jimmirig
  • Keepers of the Grail
  • Bythos Lewis
  • Long Lonesome Road
  • Lurgee
  • DJs Manic One and Mantis
  • Marty James
  • Mary John Robin
  • Lex McDonald
  • Sara McGie
  • Merlin/Peta Parka
  • Milo
  • Monster Truck Five
  • The Mother Hips/Tim Bluhm
  • MT Mynd
  • Oblio
  • Panacea
  • Pat Pape
  • Pep Rally
  • Prisoner 420
  • Pushbutton Warfare
  • Raven
  • Relic
  • Robots Hate Cowboys
  • Rocket Queen
  • Toby Roye
  • Scapegoat Wax
  • Robert Seals
  • Simpko
  • Slow Car Crash
  • Smeat
  • Socially Pink
  • Soul Maze
  • Spencer
  • Spiritfall
  • Struble Oskar Hadorgel Duo
  • Stutter
  • Take it Back
  • Three Fingers Whiskey
  • Throwing Wrenches
  • Tropical Expressions
  • Virgo High Power Sound
  • Whacker
  • Watts Boys
  • Ali Weiss
  • Kenny Williams

Studio Guest Appearances

  • Rocket T
  • Luciano and Mickey General
  • Shock G
  • Mad Professor

Chico City Limits Compilations

From 1997 through 2000 Dale Price partnered up with Mike Waltz (Electric Circus) to form Chico City Limits Records. Three compilations of Chico bands were made to promote the live music scene. Each CD was released with a multi-day club show in which all bands played. Oh what fun! Please support your music scene.

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