Jaya The Cat: First Beer Of A New Day, LP (Vinyl)
Jaya The Cat: First Beer Of A New Day, LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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Jaya The Cat
First Beer Of A New Day

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • Ring of Fire Records
  • (ROFR 005)
  • 15 Tracks
  • EAN 4250137268835
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Twist The Cap

A2

Half Way Home

A3

Final Solution

A4

Weed In The Back Yard

A5

Justice

A6

Transistor Radio

A7

Nobody's Fault

B1

Drug Squad

B2

El Camino

B3

Just The Way It Goes

B4

Love Song For Drunks

B5

The Bottle Left Me

B6

The Wilderness II

B7

Cog In TheWheel

B8

Corona

Credits

Artwork
  • Claas König
Backing Vocals
  • Ben Murphy
  • Dave Smith
Bass
  • Ben Murphy
Drums
  • David Germain
Guitar
  • Dave Smith
  • Geoff Lagadec
Mastered By
  • Colin Decker
Mixed By
  • Mark Alan Miller
Photography By
  • Claas König
Photography
  • Lars Jansen
  • Steve Cook
Producer
  • Jaya The Cat
  • Mark Alan Miller
Recorded By
  • Jon Truscinski
Vocals
  • Geoff Lagadec

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