The Fall-Outs: Sleep, LP (Vinyl)
The Fall-Outs: Sleep, LP (Vinyl)
€8.90
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The Fall-Outs : Sleep

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
  • Super Electro Sound Recordings
  • (SUPER 05)
  • 13 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl, minor creases on spine

tracks

A1

Sleep

2:18
A2

Away For Awhile

1:50
A3

Something's Wrong

1:27
A4

Seen The Light

3:36
A5

Spies

1:49
A6

Zombie

2:18
B1

Worthless

2:23
B2

All My Words

1:38
B3

Doesn't Help At All

1:28
B4

Think Of Something Else

2:16
B5

Alone

3:49
B6

All The Time

2:37
B7

I Wish You'd Come Back

2:35

Credits

Bass
  • Shannon McConnell
Vocals
  • Shannon McConnell
  • Dave Holmes
Design
  • Art Chantry
Drums
  • Dino Lencioni
Backing Vocals
  • Dino Lencioni
Illustration
  • Ed Fotheringham
Typography
  • Ed Fotheringham
Photography By
  • Curt Doughty
Recorded By
  • Conrad Uno
Guitar
  • Dave Holmes
Written By

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