Old Hearts Club - Old Hearts Club album flac
- Album: Old Hearts Club
- FLAC: 1332 mb | MP3: 1887 mb
- Country: US
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 193
- Format: AUD DXD WMA XM AC3 ADX MPC
|A1||Someone You Love Is Far Away But Near A Telephone|
|A2||Stamped From The Dough Of Suffering With A Heart-Shaped Cookie Knife|
- Recorded At – Speak In Tongues, Cleveland, OH
- Printed By – I Heart Rubber Cement Graphics
- Artwork – Christa Donner
- Bass – Allen Karpinski
- Guitar – Kyle T.
- Lap Steel Guitar – Mary Mazzer
- Percussion – Jay Karpinski, Matt E.
- Recorded By – Ralph Houseman, Steve Schindler
- Sampler – Allen Karpinski
- Vocals – Kyle T.
NotesIncludes lyric sheet
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout, Etched): OHR-1-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout, Etched): OHR-1-B
|OHR-1, Happy08.5||Old Hearts Club||Old Hearts Club (7")||Old Hearts Recordings, Happy Go Lucky||OHR-1, Happy08.5||US||1997|
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