The Milk Carton Kids - Prologue: 10th Anniversary [3LP Box Set] | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. Michigan
2. Undress The World
3. Milk Carton Kid
4. One Goodbye
5. No Hammer to Hold
6. There By Your Side
7. New York
8. Stealing Romance
9. I Still Want A Little More
10. Des Moines, IA

DISC: 2

1. Michigan (Joey Solo Demo)
2. Michigan (Early Duo Demo #1)
3. Michigan (Early Duo Demo #2)
4. Michigan (First-Ever Live Performance)
5. New York (Kenneth Solo Pre-Lyrics Shedding)
6. New York (Kenneth Solo Early Demo)
7. New York (Early Duo Demo)
8. New York (Writing the Intro)
9. New York (Live from Lincoln Theatre)

DISC: 3

1. Undress the World (Early Demo)
2. Milk Carton Kid (Early Demo)
3. One Goodbye (Kenneth Solo Demo)
4. One Goodbye (Duo Demo)
5. No Hammer to Hold (Early Duo Demo)
6. There By Your Side (Duo Demo)
7. There By Your Side (Live from SPACE)
8. Stealing Romance (Kenneth Solo Demo)
9. I Still Want A Little More (Early Duo Demo)

More Info:

The Milk Carton Kids are set to release a special 10th Anniversary box set reissue of their critically acclaimed debut album Prologue, out September 24 on Milk Carton Kids Records.

The three-LP box set includes the remastered original album alongside a selection of early demos and live performances, as well as a disc that traces the evolution of “Michigan” and “New York,” two of the group’s most popular songs. The box set also comes with redesigned artwork and metallic ink on a clamshell box, plus a 32-page booklet featuring archival photos and a retrospective essay by author Kim Reuhl.

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