Mp3 Green Day - Slappy E.P.
|2||Why Do You Want Him?|
|3||409 In Your Coffeemaker|
|Lookout 035||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Gre)||Lookout! Records||Lookout 035||US||1990|
|#35||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Yel)||Lookout! Records||#35||US||1990|
|Lookout #35||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", Blu)||Lookout! Records||Lookout #35||US||1990|
|Lookout 035||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Cle)||Lookout! Records||Lookout 035||US||1990|
|#35||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Pap)||Lookout! Records||#35||US||1990|
- Co-producer – Andro
- Producer – Andro, Green Day
Lime green vinyl. Rare variant of and not to be confused with green(marbled) vinyl.
A good way to tell if it is lime green instead of the normal green is to take a picture of it on your phone and compare it to pictures of both lime green(such as on this page) and green copies. The picture shows the real color and you can then judge which it more closely matches.
Folded picture sleeve with lyrics inside.
Track B2 is a cover of "Knowledge" by Operation Ivy.
Back sleeve states: "Or write to the hippy who put this thing out: Lookout Records P.O. Box 1000 Laytonville, CA. 95454".
- Matrix / Runout: LOOKOUT-35-A MIGHT BLEED TODAY D.W.K. L-35573
- Matrix / Runout: LOOKOUT-35-B COLD SLAPPED OUT! L-35573-X
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-35573
Slappy is the second extended play by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released in the Summer of 1990 through Lookout Records. Upon is the second EP by American rock band Green Day. It was released in the summer of 1990 through Lookout Records. Upon its release, several different colors of vinyl were available in limited quantities. Billie Joe Armstrong cited the extended play as the one on which Green Day began to find its sound. Recorded in a few hours on April 20, 1990 at Art of Ears Studio with Andro Engineering and mixed April 23 in a few more hours. Produced by Andro and Green Day. Mastered by John Golden at K-Disc. Songs in album Green Day - Slappy 1990. Green Day - Paper Lanterns Unavailable. Green Day - Why Do You Want Him Unavailable. Green Day - 409 In Your Coffeemaker Unavailable. Green Day - Knowledge Operation Ivy cover Unavailable. Green Day - Slappy 1990. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Slappy E. Album by Green Day. Paper Lanterns. was covered in. Paper Lanterns by Relaxing Piano Covers 2015. 409 in Your Coffeemaker. 409 in Your Coffeemaker by Relaxing Piano Covers 2015. Listen free to Green Day Slappy EP Paper Lanterns, Why Do You Want Him and more. 4 tracks 10:11. Released in a cardboard picture sleeve and Green Day Bits insert. This is the last pressing of this release on Lookout. It comes in a cardboard picture sleeve with a recto-verso insert. Slappy is the second EP by Green Day released in the Summer of 1990 through Lookout Records. It was recorded in a few hours on April 20, 1990, at Art of Ears Studio with Andro Engineering and mixed April 23 in a few more hours. Slappy Q&A. Green Day' s second EP, later tacked on to their full-length 1,039Smoothed Out Slappy Hours, may have been the first proof that they were more than the average punk rock band. The four-song effort is focused, catchy, and melodic. There's also plenty of punk attitude and the type of humor that the band has continued to display on many of their future releases. Slappy is the second EP from Green Day, released in the Summer of 1990 through Lookout Records. Green Day. Billie Joe lead vocals, guitar. Mike bass, backing vocals. John drums. Additional Performers. Aaron backing vocals, teeth noise on Knowledge. Andro Ernst - engineer, producer. John Golden - mastering. Aaron Cometbus - layout, Green Day Bits section. Al Sobrante - photography on front cover. Shawn Hughes - photography on back cover. Green Day - producers