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THE BEETS
Let the Poison Out

[mp3] "Friends of Friends"
[mp3] "Doing As I Do"
[vid] "Doing As I Do"

01. You Don't Want Kids to Be Dead
02. Now I Live
03. Preso Voy
04. Let Clock Work
05. Doing as I Do
06. Wipe it Off
07. Eat No Dick 3
08. Without You
09. As the World
10. I Don't Know
11. I Think I Might Have Built a Horse
12. Friends of Friends
13. Walking to My House

The Beets are the best band to ever exist from Queens, NY, and this is their third full-length record. Recorded with Gary Olsen of the Ladybug Transistor, Let the Poison Out is a collection of 13 songs about letting the poison out of your system. Semi-metal cover artwork by Matthew Volz. Expect references to the Ramones, Howard Stern, and dead people. First pressing on opaque 7 train purple vinyl, only available through our site and at shows. All LPs include a download code. THE BEETS!

Catalog #: HAR-045
Release date: October 24, 2011


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BEETS
Play Silver Nickels and Golden Dimes (Single)

[stream] "Silver Nickels and Golden Dimes"

01. Silver Nickels and Golden Dimes
02. Psychedelic Bee

In this 7", the Beets (of Queens, NY) win the prize of performing two cover songs originally written by Howard Stern's first band, when he was in sixth grade. Limited pressing on black vinyl, with artwork by Matt Volz!

Catalog #: HAR-075
Release date: October 15, 2013


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