Pinback - More Or Less Live In A Few Different Places - Tour E.P. 2002 album download
|1||BBtone (Home Demo)|
|2||Offline PK (Home Demo)|
|3||Talby (Home Demo)|
|4||Tres (Radio Live Demo)|
|5||XIY (Radio Live Demo)|
|6||Penelope (Radio Live Demo)|
|7||June (Radio Live Demo)|
|8||Rousseau (Home Demo)|
- Recorded By – Armistead Burwell Smith IV (tracks: 8), Pall Jenkins (tracks: 1, 2, 3), Pinback (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), Zack Reining (tracks: 1, 2, 3)
NotesThe band's Tour E.P. 2002 including alternate home and studio recordings.
1-3 recorded in Pall Jenkins' living room, kitchen and bathroom (aka S.D.R.L.).
4-7 recorded at Toot's in Belgium for Studio Brussels by some guy with way too many effects and Pinback.
8 recorded in ABS4's living room with the only mic we didn't leave at Pall's.
Pinback is (on this e.p.): Rob Crow, Armistead Burwell Smith the Fourth, Tom Zinser, Brent Asbury and Ryan Bromley.
Thank You Pall, Zach R., and Belgium guy
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