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The Moldy Peaches - X-Ray Vision album

The Moldy Peaches - X-Ray Vision album
  • Performer The Moldy Peaches
  • Title X-Ray Vision
  • Date of release 1996
  • Style Punk, Experimental, Folk Rock
  • Other formats AAC AA WMA VOX DMF VOC TTA
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1747 mb
  • Size FLAC 1859 mb
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X-Ray Vision is a 7", 33⅓ rpm EP released by The Moldy Peaches. An insert inside the album states that Adam Green was the sole member of The Moldy Peaches at the time of the recording.

The Moldy Peaches ‎– X-Ray Vision. Label: Average Cabbage Records ‎– AC07. Format: Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Numbered. The first Moldy Peaches release, made by Adam Green between 1994 and 1996. Limited to 300 hand numbered copies. Includes a written and numbered paper insert. Matrix, Runout: U-42409 M-A AC-07.

X-Ray Vision is a 7", 33⅓ rpm EP released by The Moldy Peaches. However, future member Kimya Dawson. 1996 studio album by The Moldy Peaches. Studio album by. The Moldy Peaches.

Infobox Album Name X-Ray Vision Type Album Artist The Moldy Peaches. X-Ray Vision" is a 7", 33 1/3 rpm album released by The Moldy Peaches. An insert inside the album states that Adam Green (musician) was the sole member of The Moldy Peaches at the time of the recording.

X-Ray Vision (LP) – Average Cabbage Records – 1996. Moldy Peaches 2000: Fer the Kids/ Live 1999 (Cassette/CD) – Average Cabbage Records – 1999. The Moldy Peaches (CD-R) – Pro-Anti Records – 2000 (11-song CD, similar cover to next release, all songs included on later albums or singles. The Moldy Peaches (CD/LP) – Sanctuary Records/Rough Trade – 2001 (compilation from previous self-releases plus 1 re-recording of "Nothing Came Out"). County Fair/Rainbows" (CD single) – Sanctuary Records/Rough Trade – 2002

X-Ray Vision is a 7", 33⅓ rpm EP released by The Moldy Peaches.

The Moldy Peaches is the eponymous debut album by American indie rock band The Moldy Peaches. It was primarily recorded in a basement in Port Townsend, Washington and was released in 2001. The album has the dubious distinction of being released in the . on September 11, 2001, the date of the attacks on the World Trade Center, and coincidentally containing the song "NYC's Like a Graveyard". The song "Anyone Else but You" was used in the Academy Award-winning 2007 film Juno

Tracklist

A1 Rap Sux!
A2 Little Bunny Foo Foo
A3 On Top
B1 I wish I was Ben Lee
B2 Flea Circus
B3 Moldy Peaches in da' House
B4 Punching Bag

Credits

  • Bass – Denise (tracks: A2)
  • Drums – Joel Green (tracks: A1, B4), Kurt Feldman (tracks: A2)
  • Vocals – Kimya Dawson (tracks: A2)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Adam Green (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, B4)

Notes

The first Moldy Peaches release, made by Adam Green between 1994 and 1996. Limited to 300 hand numbered copies. Includes a written and numbered paper insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: U-42409 M-A AC-07