Wednesday, August 4, 2010

The Glasspack / Trophy Wives split 7" release show

Noise Pollution will be releasing a split seven inch with The Glasspack and Trophy Wives on Saturday, August 21st at a show featuring both bands at Zanzabar (2100 South Preston). The record will be on orange vinyl and contains The Glasspack's "If You Don't Have Anything Nice to Say" (which features Peter Searcy on bass) and Trophy Wive's "Firecracker". Also included in the record will be a download card with both bands' songs from the record plus bonus tracks including a remastered version of Trophy Wive's debut EP, their cover of Crain's UFO Song, live stuff from The Glasspack's set from the 2008 Roadburn Festival in Holland and the 'Pack's cover of Bobby Rush's "Mary Jane". In all, fifteen tracks will be included on the download card. That's a hell of a deal for a measly $5. The show will also celebrate The Glasspack's 10 year anniversary, so the band will be performing an extended set with guest appearances by Adam Neal, Brett Holsclaw, Peter Searcy, Mark Abromavage and more. Cover will be $6, doors at 9pm.

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