Discography
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Artist: Rose Sunshine
Credit(s): Producer
Title: Trapped in Paradise
Format: 7" Record
Release Date: July 2018
Description: Four songs written and performed by Rose
Sunshine, the younger half sister of Daisy Moonshine.  Chase Stain
produced all four tracks, and worked with Rose to help improve and
polish  her songs at Blood Moon Recordings and Bazooka Studios.
Artist: Daisy Moonshine and her Redneck Brothers
Credit(s): Producer / Guest Vocals
Title: Bellis Perennis
Format: 10" Record
Release Date: December 2017
Description: The debut release from Daisy Moonshine and her
Redneck Brothers.  Chase Stain produced the album, and also
performed guest vocals on the second verse of the song, "Whiskey".
Artist: Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners
Credit(s): Producer / Guest Vocals / Guest Guitars
Title: Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners / 946 West Split 10"
Format: 10" Record
Release Date: November 2017
Description: Chase Stain produced all six songs by Johnny
Laundromat and The Drycleaners, and performed guest vocals on
the second verse of the song, "I Play Sims Not Tragedies", and
played guitar on the songs "Shit Eating Cocksucker", part 1 & 2.
Artist: Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners
Credit(s): Producer / Guest Vocals / Guest Guitars
Title: A Stain You Can't Wash Out
Format: 7" Record
Release Date: July 2017
Description: Chase Stain produced all five songs from Johnny
Laundromat and The Drycleaners debut release and performed
guest vocals on the outro of the song, "The Price is Wrong Bitch",
and played bass on the song "Whip Cream Speedo".
Artist: Numbers On Napkins
Credit(s): Bass / Guitar / Piano / Vocals / Synth
Title: Borrachos, Chingasos Y Rucas
Format: CD
Release Date: December 2010
Description: Released in December of 2010, this album features
12 tracks, produced by Joe Queer, frontman for the Legendary Pop
Punk Ramones-Core band, The Queers.  NON spent over 3 years
working on the album, and worked with several record labels, but in
the end, released it on Bad Stain.
Artist: Chase Stain
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar / Drum Programming / Piano /
Keyboard / Synth / Producer / Recording & Mixing Engineer
Title: The First Quarter: January, February, and March
Format: CD
Release Date: October 2010
Description: The First Quarter contains the first three installments
of Chase Stain's "Month" Series.  All of the tracks from "January",
"February", and "March", plus 2 previously unreleased bonus tracks!
Artist: Chase Stain
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar / Drum Programming /  Keyboard /
Synth / Producer / Recording & Mixing Engineer
Title: March EP
Format: CD
Release Date: December 2009
Description: The "March" EP is the third installment of the
"Month" Series, and was limited to only 500 copies.  The CD
featured 5 tracks, including the songs "March" and "Romantic
Comedy" that were played on several online & college radio stations.
Artist: Numbers On Napkins
Credit(s): Bass / Piano / Vocals / Synth
Title: Forget This, I'm Going to Tokyo EP
Format: CD
Release Date: May 2009
Description: This six song single featured three tracks from NON's
album, "Borrachos, Chingasos Y Rucas", as well as three
unreleased live tracks.  The collectable CD was limited to just 500
copies, and has a misprint claiming that the bands upcoming album
was on F-Bomb Records, instead of Bad Stain.
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar / Drum Programming /  Keyboard /
Synth / Producer / Recording & Mixing Engineer
Title: 72 Hours of Caffeine, Nicotine, Sleep Deprivation and Pain EP
Format: CD
Release Date: April 2008
Description: A musical experiment conducted in the hopes of
creating an original sound and style.  Chase locked himself in the
recording studio for 72 hours and took pain meds, drank coffee and
soda, and smoked cigs while staying awake recording..
Artist: ATM (Ask The Man)
Credit(s): Guest Vocals
Title: Way Late and Waiting
Format: CD
Release Date: May 2007
Description: This debut release from Phoenix punkers, ATM,
featured catchy melodic pop punk tunes like "Dead and Gone", as
well as "Blindside".  Chase Stain joined the band in the studio to
record backup vocals during the chorus of the song, "Earthling".
Artist: Numbers On Napkins
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar / Synthesizer / Keyboard
Title: QuickerDrunkenLouderHarder EP
Format: CD
Release Date: August 2006
Description: This Sophmore release from NON featuring six new
songs had a limited edition pressing of 5,000 copies.  The CD
contained fan favorites, "The Poor Misfortune of a Dimwitted
Lemming", "The Last Song", and "My Girlfriend Bit My Dick Off".
Artist: The West Side Weasels
Credit(s): Cast Member / Producer
Title: The History of the West Side Weasels
Format: DVD
Release Date: December 2005
Description: The History of The West Side Weasels is a
collection of home movies that Chase Stain edited together into a
two hour long DVD as a Christmas gift for all of his friends. After
realizing he made a couple hundred too many, Chase chose to sell
the rest to the public.
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Artist: Sock Her Mom
Credit(s): Guest Vocals
Title: Skin
Format: CD                                
Release Date: December 2005
Description: This full length CD was the last album from "Sock Her
Mom", and contained 18 songs, including the popular cover of "Minor
Threat", originally performed by "Minor Threat".  Chase Stain sang a
duet with frontman Johnny Laundromat on the title track, "Sick", as
well as backup vocals during the chorus of the song "Two".
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Artist: Chase Stain
Credit(s): Vocals / Guitar / Bass / Drum Programming / Producer /
Recording & Mixing Engineer
Title: February EP
Format: CD                                
Release Date: October 2005
Description: February was the second installment of Chase Stain's
"Month" series, and had a limited pressing of just 500 copies.  The
album featured several guest musicians, including Stain's
bandmates, Moe Money and Tad Gurthman.
Artist: Chase Stain
Credit(s): Vocals / Guitar / Bass / Piano / Keyboard / Drum
Programming / Producer / Recording & Mixing Engineer
Title: January EP
Format: CD                                
Release Date: May 2005
Description: Chase Stain's debut release was limited to 500
copies, just like the other 2 EP's in Stain's "Month" series.  The EP
featured 8 original tracks, and a cover of the song "Hey Suburbia",
originally performed by Screeching Weasel.
Artist: Sock Her Mom
Credit(s): Guest Vocals
Title: Sock Her Mom
Format: CD                                
Release Date: April 2005
Description: The debut self titled album from Sock Her Mom
featured 13 original tracks, as well as a cover of the song "The
Crowd", originally performed by Operation Ivy, with guest vocals by
Chase Stain.  The band features former members of Dirty Laundry,
so Chase Stain was happy to be a part of the album,
Artist: Forever Falling
Credit(s): Bass
Title: Demo
Format: CD
Release Date: Unreleased (Recorded January of 2005)
Description: This six song demo was sent to several labels and
promoters, and helped the band land spots opening for Thrice,
Thursday, and Mastadon, and also helped to start negotiations with
Fearless Records and Vagrant Records.
Artist: Numbers On Napkins
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar
Title: Waiting for Tomorrow
Format: CD
Release Date: December 2004
Description: NON's debut release rapidly became the fastest
selling album (excluding compilations) on Bad Stain Records,
thanks to their single, "Runaway", being put into rotation on
saeveral radio stations.
Artist: Yars Revenge
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar / Piano / Keyboard / Producer /
Recording & Mixing Engineer
Title: Demo
Format: CD
Release Date: Unreleased (Recorded July-Sept 2003)
Description: Yars Revenge was short lived, although the band
performed dozens of shows across the entire state in the short time
they were together, including performing at America West Arena
during a Phoenix Coyotes game.
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass / Guitar / Producer / Recording & Mixing
Engineer
Title: Songs for the Holiday Season
Format: 7 Inch Record
Release Date: December 2001
Description: Songs for the Holiday Season featured 5 original
holiday songs and was the last release from the band.  The seven
inch record was available on both red and green vinyl, and had a
limited edition pressing of only 1,000 copies.
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: Songs to Wash Clothes To
Format: CD / Cassette
Release Date: April 1997
Description: Songs to Wash Clothes to was the last full length
album that Dirty Laundry released. Album sales were poor at first,
due to many fans unhappy with the departure of B-Hound. Although
sales increased as critics and fans praised the bands new style, the
album sold 40% less copies than the bands debut full length.
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: Re-Elect Nixon EP
Format: 7 Inch Record
Release Date: December 1996
Description: The Re-Elect Nixon seven inch record had a limited
edition pressing of 500 copies, and each copy was hand
numbered.  The record was pressed on red vinyl, and was one
sided, leaving the opposite side flat and unplayable.  It featured one
song from each of their releases, and an exclusive unreleased track.
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: Tales from the Laundry Room
Format: CD / Cassette
Release Date: August 1996
Description: Tales from the Laundry Room was the first full
length release from Dirty Laundry, and went on to become their
best selling album.  Shortly after the album was released, B-Hound
retired from the band and was replaced by Tokyo Bill.
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: Jiz Mac Attack in the Butt Crack (Live)
Format: Cassette
Release Date: July 1995
Description: Dirty Laundry recorded their only live album at The
Legendary Mason Jar in Phoenix, AZ.  The Jar was considered to
be Arizona's version of CBGB's, and thousands fought to make it a
historical sight when it closed after 34 years in 2006.
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: All Washed Up  EP
Format: CD / Cassette
Release Date: February 1995
Description: The second release from Dirty Laundry and first
release with drummer Ryan Hamilton.  The EP was far more
polished than 9 1/2 Months, and featured the popular cover of
"Baby Got Back" and the fan favorite, "Disagreement".
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: The Drunk Sessions
Format: Cassette
Release Date: January 1994
Description: The Drunk Sessions was a recording session in
B-Hounds bedroom on a Friday afternoon when Chase, B-Hound,
and their friend K-Dog ditched class and got drunk.  After recording,
they made a few copies to give to friends.
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: 9 1/2 Months  EP
Format: CD / Cassette
Release Date: April 1994
Description: The debut release featured six of the nine songs
that the band wrote during the first 9 1/2 months that they were a
band.  The EP was repressed in 2006 after being out of print for
almost a decade, & is the only release still available.
Artist: Dirty Laundry
Credit(s): Vocals / Bass
Title: We Inhale Demo
Format: Cassette
Release Date: August 1993
Description: Dirty Laundry recorded the We Inhale Demo and
made 100 copies all DIY with an 8 track recorder, cassette recorder,
and Kinko's copy machines.  The cassette featured the song "Jack
and the Beanstalk", "Fuck Moon Valley", and "Punk Rock Stud".
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