Goodnight, Sleep Well - The Recovery

2009-02-10 16:13:33 UTC
An instrumental band from Port Clinton, Ohio. Matt Bahnsenn - Guitar, Rob Zajac - Bass, Kyle Kilmer - drums, Corey Salts - Guitar. Our first release “The Recovery E.P.” was recorded in April and May of 2008 at Waveburner Recording in Port Clinton, Ohio. We spent the following months compiling artwork, printing, and assembling the packaging for the CD version. The CD itself is limited to 300 copies, and is available now. A cassette version will be released via Heavy Nature, and will be limited to 100 copies (expected release in the next few weeks). The ep will be released on vinyl by Leroy St. Records, details yet to be announced. Artist - Goodnight Sleep Well Album - The Recovery Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 It Is Done. People Did Not Like 5:58 2 Desmond Hume Has Come Unstuck In 5:20 3 Saros 4 We're Phantoms In Fifteen 6:32 5 Cover Me In Resolve 6:30 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Goodnight, Sleep Well - The Recovery Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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