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Beat Happening reach into their bag of goodies and pull out a winner. One of their most requested songs is seen in a new light. This version of "Crashing Through" was recorded in 1986, produced by Patrick Maley at Yo-Yo Studio. The mix is by Jim Meyering, who worked with several Seattle bands in the '80s, including Dangerbunny (featuring members of The Beakers, Dangerbunny released music on early K cassettes). This mix of "Crashing Through" was recently discovered on a reel of mixes Jim Meyering made of several Yo-Yo Beat Happening recordings forgotten in the archive. It was deemed worthy of seeing the light of day, as you'll surely agree."Crashing Through" was re-recorded in 1987 by Steve Fisk for the second Beat Happening album Jamboree.The B side of this single, "The This Many Boyfriends Club", is also an earlier, alternate to what appeared on Jamboree. This version of the song was recorded at a live performance in Corvallis, Oregon, early 1987.Cover art by Beat Happening member Heather Lewis.
Beat Happening reach into their bag of goodies and pull out a winner. One of their most requested songs is seen in a new light. This version of "Crashing Through" was recorded in 1986, produced by Patrick Maley at Yo-Yo Studio. The mix is by Jim Meyering, who worked with several Seattle bands in the '80s, including Dangerbunny (featuring members of The Beakers, Dangerbunny released music on early K cassettes). This mix of "Crashing Through" was recently discovered on a reel of mixes Jim Meyering made of several Yo-Yo Beat Happening recordings forgotten in the archive. It was deemed worthy of seeing the light of day, as you'll surely agree."Crashing Through" was re-recorded in 1987 by Steve Fisk for the second Beat Happening album Jamboree.The B side of this single, "The This Many Boyfriends Club", is also an earlier, alternate to what appeared on Jamboree. This version of the song was recorded at a live performance in Corvallis, Oregon, early 1987.Cover art by Beat Happening member Heather Lewis.
789856214716

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Format: Vinyl
Label: K. Records
Rel. Date: 09/10/2021
UPC: 789856214716

Crashing Though / This Many Boyfriends Club
Artist: Beat Happening
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order - Not In Our Store $9.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Crashing Through (Meyering Mix)
2. The This Many Boyfriends Club (Corvallis)

More Info:

Beat Happening reach into their bag of goodies and pull out a winner. One of their most requested songs is seen in a new light. This version of "Crashing Through" was recorded in 1986, produced by Patrick Maley at Yo-Yo Studio. The mix is by Jim Meyering, who worked with several Seattle bands in the '80s, including Dangerbunny (featuring members of The Beakers, Dangerbunny released music on early K cassettes). This mix of "Crashing Through" was recently discovered on a reel of mixes Jim Meyering made of several Yo-Yo Beat Happening recordings forgotten in the archive. It was deemed worthy of seeing the light of day, as you'll surely agree."Crashing Through" was re-recorded in 1987 by Steve Fisk for the second Beat Happening album Jamboree.The B side of this single, "The This Many Boyfriends Club", is also an earlier, alternate to what appeared on Jamboree. This version of the song was recorded at a live performance in Corvallis, Oregon, early 1987.Cover art by Beat Happening member Heather Lewis.

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