Girish Mahajan

Find Me a Drink Home

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Released  April 22, 2008
Find Me a Drink Home (2008)  My Roaring 20's (2009)
Release date  22 April 2008
Label  Asian Man Records
Length  32:54
Artist  Cheap Girls
Producer  Rick Johnson
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Recorded  January - February 2008
Genres  Punk rock, Power pop, Pop punk, Indie rock
Similar  My Roaring 20's, Giant Orange, Famous Graves, Barely Alive in Grand Ra

Cheap girls kind of on purpose

Find Me a Drink Home is the first studio album by rock group Cheap Girls. It was released on April 22, 2008, on Bermuda Mohawk Records. Los Diaper Records released it on vinyl in May 2008 and Quote Unquote Records released it digitally on July 11, 2008. The album was produced by Rick Johnson and Cheap Girls. Johnson also engineered, mixed and played keys on the album. In the album notes bass player and lyricist Ian Graham is credited with the writing of the lyrics.



The album notes state that it was recorded in a Custer, Michigan cabin in January and February 2008. It was mastered by Derron Nuhfer at Sarlacc Mastering in Gainesville, Florida.


The album was released on April 22, 2008, on Bermuda Mohawk Records. On August 2, 2012, it was announced that future pressings of Find Me a Drink Home would be released by Asian Man Records.


Credits are adapted from AllMusic.


1Kind of On Purpose3:44
2No One to Blame3:17
327 Days3:23


Find Me a Drink Home Wikipedia

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