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Transmissions Session 2009 by Eels

Transmissions Session 2009
Vinyl LP - Sealed

Transmissions Session 2009
by Eels

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Cobraside
Genre:
Rock
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Vinyl LP - Sealed
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Six tracks recorded at the Village Recorder in Los Angeles (a classic studio used by Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Supertramp, Steely Dan and many more) for a MySpace promotion. MySpace will only have five of these tracks for their give-away, and otherwise vinyl is the only place to find these versions!

Features four re-recordings of tracks from the Hombre Lobo album plus a track from 1996's Beautiful Freak album, and a Bob Dylan cover (Girl From The North Country).

1. In My Dreams
2. Tremendous Dynamite
3. That Look You Give That Guy
4. My Beloved Monster
5. The Longing
6. Girl From The North Country

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