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Lesson #1 for Electric Guitar is the first album released by Glenn Branca, originally released in 1980 on 99 Records as a mini-album. It was re-released in a remastered form in 2004 by Acute Records and is variously classified as no wave or noise rock.

Track listing

  1. "Lesson #1 for Electric Guitar" (8:17)
  2. "Dissonance" (11:37)
  3. "Bad Smells" (16:30)

Personnel

  • Glenn Branca - guitar, assistant producer (1,2)
  • Anthony Coleman - organ, keyboards
  • Michael Gross - guitar
  • F.L. Schröder - bass
  • Stephan Wischert - drums
  • Harry Spitz - sledgehammer
  • Thurston Moore - guitar
  • Lee Ranaldo - guitar
  • David Rosenbloom - guitar
  • Ned Sublette - guitar
  • Jeffrey Glenn - bass
  • Mark Bingham - producer (1,2)
  • Ed Bahlman - assistant producer (1,2)
  • Craig Bishop - engineer (1,2)
  • Jim Bonnefond - mixing engineer (1,2)
  • Howie Weinberg - master engineer (1,2)
  • James Farber - producer (3)
  • Don Hunerberg - recording & mixing engineer (3)




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