Groovie Ghoulies ‎– World Contact Day

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Lookout! Records ‎– Lookout 151, Mint Records (12) ‎– MRL 020
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A1 Intro: World Contact Day
Written-By [Intro By] – Elvis Bianchi
A2 Hello Again
Written-By – Lindgren*, Diamond*
A3 Bring Her Back
A4 Running With Bigfoot
A5 Island Of Pogo Pogo
A6 When The Kids Go Go Go Crazy
A7 Lonely Heart Blues
B1 Ghoulies Are Go!
B2 50,000 Spaceships (Watching Over Me)
B3 Singing The Blues
Written-By – Endsley*
B4 A New England
Written-By – Bragg*
B5 Punk Pt. II
B6 Outro: World Contact Day
Written-By [Outro By] – Elvis Bianchi

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Recorded at Egg Studio, Seattle, WA.

Uncredited mastering info identified from runout info.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): GOLDEN LK-151-A L-46360 THE TRAVELLING PIGGY COULD...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): GOLDEN LK-151-B L-46360-X I SAW THE MOUSE...

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Lookout 151CD Groovie Ghoulies World Contact Day(CD) Lookout! Records Lookout 151CD US 1996 Sell This Version
Lookout 151CD, EFA 20303-2 Groovie Ghoulies World Contact Day(CD, Album) Lookout! Records, Konkurrent Lookout 151CD, EFA 20303-2 Netherlands 1996 Sell This Version
Lookout 151CD, MRD020 Groovie Ghoulies World Contact Day(CD) Lookout! Records, Mint Records (12) Lookout 151CD, MRD020 US 1996 Sell This Version
Lookout 151, MRL 020 Groovie Ghoulies World Contact Day(LP, Album, Pur) Lookout! Records, Mint Records (12) Lookout 151, MRL 020 US 1996 Sell This Version
LK151C Groovie Ghoulies World Contact Day(Cass, Album) Lookout! Records LK151C US 1996 Sell This Version

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flyingbroccoli

flyingbroccoli

July 23, 2013
Does anyone one else have a copy of this this record that boasted 'Colored Vinyl' on the sticker of the shrink wrap, but the actual vinyl is black?

This is the case with my copy of World Contact Day. Great record, just curious if anyone else has had this experience. Thanks, Tom