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Good Friend - The Erin Rose EP (7", EP) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Good Friend - The Erin Rose EP (7", EP) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

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Summary: Vinyl, EP, 33 ⅓ RPM1, 7", The Erin Rose EP, Good Friend (2), 2020

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Genre:       Rock
Style:         Pop Punk

New, In Original Poly Bag


Good Friend Is Adam Carroll, Andy Reid, and Izzy Curran. All music written by Good Friend. All lyrics written by Adam Carroll Tracks 1&2 recorded by Neil Calderwood at Manor Park Studios, Toome, Ireland Track 3 recorded by Jake Woods and Paul Black in Adam's apartment & the MaleRoom Barbershop, Coleraine, Ireland Mastered by Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room, Chicago, USA Additional guitar on track 3 by Jake Woods Additional vocals on track 3 by Paul Black Photography by Christopher McKenney Illustration by Izzy Curran Layout by John Morrison - Side A: 45 RPM Side B: 33 1/2 RPM Side A: 733153-A Side B: 733153-B


A. Erin Rose Drinks On Shift 3:07
B1. We'll Burn That Bridge When We Get to It 3:50
B2. Rusted Friends 2:11


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Three new songs from Ireland's sexiest punk trio, Good Friend. The band has toured Europe, toured the USA, and next they’re looking forward to a run of shows with Red City Radio. So new music for the upcoming tour was a must, and this EP kicks off with the single, “Erin Rose Drinks on Shift”, which is a rousing rock-punk jam that is hotter than cup o’ Irish Coffee (preferably Bushmill’s).

Just to give you an idea about how wild this 7" is, one side is 45 RPM and the flipside is 33 RPM. That's some Zappa shit. Every label needs at least one piece of oddball vinyl like that, right?

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