Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, have announced that they are planning to re-issue their first two albums “Find Me a Drink Home” and “My Roaring 20’s” on Asian Man Records. The two albums, which were originally released on Paper + Plastick, are already on their way to being re-pressed. Here’s what the band had to say
“The masters have been sent into the plant, I’m going over the artwork with Jeff Rosenstock to make a few slight adjustments to the inserts, and we hope to have everything ready to ship out sometime this fall. My guess is that they’ll be available sometime in October. We’ll keep you posted on the progress. “
In addition to the re-releases, the band is also considering the means of releasing b-sides and alternate recordings from their Rise Records debut “Giant Orange”, with a 7-inch option being likely. We’ll keep you updated as the details become available.
Cheap Girls released “Giant Orange” in February of this year.
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