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Beaters--"Fishage" 7" repress on LIMITED RED vinyl now in stock!

So we finally received the limited red pressing of the Beaters "Fishage" 7". Volar has 125 for sale, as does Single Screen Records. You can check out the video that I cut for the song below:



And be sure to check out the Ale Mania "Lustful Fistful" 7", comprised of the same core members of Beaters.

And even more exciting, in less than month Beaters will heading out on their US with the Soft Pack and Nodzzz. Check out the dates below:

Feb 27 2010 8:00P
TIN CAN ALE HOUSE W/APES OF WRATH san diego, California
Feb 27 2010 9:00P
The Casbah w/Moving Units San Diego, California
Mar 11 2010 9:00P
Belly Up Tavern w/ Maren Parusuel San Diego, California
Mar 23 2010 8:00P
Proud Larrys w/The Soft Pack Oxford, Mississippi
Mar 24 2010 9:00P
EXIT IN w/The Soft Pack NashVille, Tennessee
Mar 25 2010 9:00P
The Earl w/ The Soft Pack Atlanta, Georgia
Mar 26 2010 8:00P
Cats Cradle w/The Soft Pack Carrboro, North Carolina
Mar 27 2010 9:00P
Black Cat w/The Soft Pack Washington DC, Washington DC
Mar 29 2010 9:00P
Great Scott w/ The Soft Pack Allston, Massachusetts
Mar 30 2010 9:00P
Jhonny Brenda’s w/The Soft Pack Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mar 31 2010 9:00P
MAXWELL’S w/The Soft Pack Hoboken, New Jersey
Apr 1 2010 9:00P
Mercury Lounge w/The Soft Pack New York, New York
Apr 3 2010 8:00P
Music Hall of Williamsburg w/The Soft Pack Brooklyn, New York
Apr 6 2010 9:00P
La Tulipe w/The Soft Pack Montreal, Quebec
Apr 7 2010 9:00P
El Mocambo w/The Soft Pack Toronto, Ontario
Apr 8 2010 9:00P
The Magic Stick w/The Soft Pack Detroit, Michigan
Apr 9 2010 9:00P
The Empty Bottle Chicago, Illinois

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