Title: Also Appearing As Martin Spanter And The Bunny Humpers
Released: 30 Nov 2010
Cat: F.O.E. #12
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2485 mb | MP3 size: 1501 mb | WMA size: 1230 mb
|3||Road Less Travelled|
|4||Selling Pretty Poisons|
1,000 copies on black vinyl featuring "Selling Pretty Poisons", "Bottled Up", "Road Less Travelled" and "Routine (pot)".
This Plow United lineup featured the regular cast (Brian McGee, Joel Tannenbaum and Sean Rule) along with Christopher Neumann from the legendary Philadelphia punk band 2.5 Children. All of the songs were written by Christopher.
Recorded by Arik and Mike. Photos by Anne Marie Dillard and Bob Hart. Cover artwork by Christopher Neumann. Text taken directly from F.O.E. website
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