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The Jim Carroll Band's Catholic Boy on vinyl

Posted Nov. 9, 2019, 12:47 p.m. in Records by Loren
The Jim Carroll Band's Catholic Boy on vinyl

The Jim Carroll Band - Catholic Boy

On Dec. 6, Fat Possum Records will release The Jim Carroll Band's Catholic Boyrecord, originally released in 1980, on magenta-colored vinyl. The limited edition release will be followed by additional Jim Carroll material in 2020 on Fat Possum. The album is known in part due to the single "People Who Died," which was heavily requested after the death of John Lennon and was also included in the opening scene of E.T.

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