The Seaside EP

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The Seaside EP
Owen seaside.jpg
EP by Owen
Released July 7, 2009
Genre Acoustic
Length 27:44
Label Polyvinyl Records
Owen chronology
Owen/The City on Film Split 7"
(2007)Owen/The City on Film Split 7"2007
The Seaside EP
(2009)
New Leaves
(2009)New Leaves2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Absolutepunk(4.8/10) link
PunkNews3/5 stars link
SputnikMusic(3.5/5) link

The Seaside EP is a rarities release by Chicago artist Owen. It was released on July 7, 2009 by Polyvinyl Records digitally and as a CD (limited to 3,000 copies),[1] the album was said to ship on June 26, 2009, but was sent out a week earlier as Polyvinyl received them. The EP's cover art was designed by UK illustrator David Blanco,[2] the majority of songs can all be found on Japanese Owen releases, and the last track is from a compilation 2x7". It was re-released on vinyl on Record Store Day 2013.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Mike Kinsella, except where noted.

No.TitleOriginal AppearanceLength
1."Heads Will Ache"Owen Japanese version[3]6:52
2."I Woke Up Today"I Do Perceive Japanese version[4]2:26
3."In The Morning, Before Work (live)"I Do Perceive Japanese version[4] and (The EP)[5]3:35
4."More Than Words" (Nuno Bettencourt/Gary Cherone)I Do Perceive Japanese version[4]3:25
5."A Fever"At Home with Owen Japanese version[6]3:11
6."Stolen Car" (Bruce Springsteen)At Home with Owen Japanese version[6]4:49
7."I'm Not Seventeen"The Association Of Utopian Hologram Swallowers[7]3:32
Total length:27:44

References[edit]

  1. ^ Polyvinyl Store: Owen - The Seaside EP
  2. ^ Interpunk.com: Owen - The Seaside EP
  3. ^ Self-titled Amazon Listing, amazon.com, retrieved 21 June 2009
  4. ^ a b c I Do Perceive Amazon Listing, amazon.com, retrieved 21 June 2009
  5. ^ (The EP) Amazon Listing, amazon.com, retrieved 21 June 2009
  6. ^ a b At Home with Owen, retrieved 21 June 2009
  7. ^ Hologram Swallowers Amazon Listing, amazon.com, retrieved 21 June 2009