Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. In 2005 former blink-182 co-founders Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker reunited under the aegis of a new band, +44, to release the much anticipated album, When Your Heart Stops Beating (2006). Joining singer-bassist Hoppus and drummer-keyboardist Barker here were Shane Gallagher (The Nervous Return) and Craig Fairbaugh (Transplants, The Forgotten, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards). Produced by Hoppus and Barker and executive produced by long-time blink-182 producer Jerry Finn, the project picked right up where the popular, multi-platinum-selling blink-182 left off after splitting in late 2004.
Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. In 2005 former blink-182 co-founders Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker reunited under the aegis of a new band, +44, to release the much anticipated album, When Your Heart Stops Beating (2006). Joining singer-bassist Hoppus and drummer-keyboardist Barker here were Shane Gallagher (The Nervous Return) and Craig Fairbaugh (Transplants, The Forgotten, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards). Produced by Hoppus and Barker and executive produced by long-time blink-182 producer Jerry Finn, the project picked right up where the popular, multi-platinum-selling blink-182 left off after splitting in late 2004.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: SRCVINYL
Rel. Date: 07/26/2019
UPC: 754220308094

When Your Heart Stops Beating (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: +44
Format: Vinyl
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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. In 2005 former blink-182 co-founders Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker reunited under the aegis of a new band, +44, to release the much anticipated album, When Your Heart Stops Beating (2006). Joining singer-bassist Hoppus and drummer-keyboardist Barker here were Shane Gallagher (The Nervous Return) and Craig Fairbaugh (Transplants, The Forgotten, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards). Produced by Hoppus and Barker and executive produced by long-time blink-182 producer Jerry Finn, the project picked right up where the popular, multi-platinum-selling blink-182 left off after splitting in late 2004.