Samiksha Jaiswal

EP Phone Home (Home Grown EP)

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Released  November 16, 1999
Producer  Craig Nepp, Home Grown
Artist  Home Grown
Label  Fueled by Ramen
Length  14:53
EP Phone Home (1999)  Connection (2000)
Release date  16 November 1999
EP Phone Home (Home Grown EP) httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaen119Hom
Studio  For the Record Studios in Orange, California
Genres  Punk rock, Rock music, Pop punk

Home grown barbie girl


EP Phone Home is an EP by the Orange County, California rock band Home Grown, released in 1999 by Outpost Recordings. It was the band's first recording with guitarist Justin Poyser, who replaced Ian Cone the previous year.

Contents

In between some of the tracks there are brief "joke" songs of only a few chords with the lyrics "This song is only _ seconds long." Between "This Way" and "Sixteen" there is a 5-second song, between "Giving Up" and "No Way Out" there is a 6-second one, and after "No Way Out" a 1-second one. Also "hidden" shortly after this 1-second song are takes of the band trying to record these joke songs.

Track listing

  1. "Barbie Girl" (Johnny Mosegaard/Karsten Dahlgaard/Claus Norreen/Søren Rasted/René Dif/Lene Nystrom; originally performed by Aqua)
  2. "This Way" (Lohrbach)
  3. "Sixteen" (Tran)
  4. "Giving Up" (Tran)
  5. "No Way Out" (Lohrbach)

Personnel

Adapted from AllMusic

  • John "John E. Trash" Tran - vocals, guitar
  • Justin Poyser - guitar, vocals
  • Adam Lohrbach - vocals, bass
  • Bob Herco - drums
  • Production

  • Home Grown - producers
  • Alan Douches - mastering
  • John D. Repka - art direction, illustrations
  • Kevin Estrada - photography
  • David Crowley - photography
  • Songs

    1Barbie Girl1:29
    2This Way2:18
    3Sixteen1:59

    References

    EP Phone Home (Home Grown EP) Wikipedia


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