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The Rutabega/Owen Split EP
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EP by Owen and The Rutabega
Released June 8, 2004
Recorded 2002
Genre Indie rock
Length 20:19
Label Backroad Records, Polyvinyl Records
Owen and The Rutabega chronology
No Good for No One Now
(2002)No Good for No One Now2002
The Rutabega/Owen Split EP
(2004)
(the ep)
(2004)(the ep)2004


The Rutabega/Owen Split EP is a split album between Owen and The Rutabega. It was originally released on Backroad Records. After falling out of print, it was re-released on June 8, 2004 on Polyvinyl Records. The Owen song "Never Meant" was originally performed by Mike Kinsella's former band American Football. The song "Poor Souls" was re-recorded for this split. It differs from the original version that appeared on No Good For No One Now in a few aspects, including some changed lyrics and the addition of horns.

Track listing[edit]

The Rutabega
No.TitleLength
1."Fluorescent Funeral"3:07
2."Serotonin"3:39
3."Buckets Full of Beautiful Things"3:40
Owen
No.TitleLength
4."Never Meant (American Football Cover)"4:16
5."Poor Souls"2:52
6."May First Brings Lots of Laughs"2:45
Total length:20:19

Personnel[edit]

The Rutabega[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Josh Hensley - guitar, vocals
  • Matt Morgan - Percussion
  • Pat O'Hara - double bass (2)
  • Omar Arizpe - trombone (3)

Recording Personnel[edit]

  • Josh Hensley - engineering
  • Matt Morgan - engineering
  • Colossal Studios, Chicago - mastering

Artwork[edit]

  • Chris Strong - Photography and design

Owen[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Mike Kinsella - guitar, vocals
  • Bob Hoffnar - pedal steel guitar (4, 5)