Flower/Halloween

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"Flower/Halloween"
Single by Sonic Youth
from the album Bad Moon Rising
Released 1985
Genre No Wave
Label Homestead Records
Producer(s) Sonic Youth, Martin Bisi, John Erskine
Sonic Youth singles chronology
"Death Valley '69"
(1984)
"Flower/Halloween"
(1985)
"Flower/Satan Is Boring"
(1986)

Flower/Halloween is a single by the alternative rock band Sonic Youth. It was released in 1985 on Homestead Records.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Flower"
  2. "Halloween"

The tracks were recorded and mixed at Radio Tokyo in Venice, California in January 1985.

Personnel[edit]

Releases[edit]

  • 1985 - 12" - Blast First (BFFP 3) - Released in UK.
  • 1986 - 12" - Homestead (HMS047) - Released in US.

Some Blast First releases are in translucent orange vinyl.

The CD release of the Bad Moon Rising album from Geffen Records also contains this single.

Vinyl Etchings[edit]

  • Side A: TO CODY R. ANN ALL SONIC SUNS
  • Side B: I AM THE BOY THAT CAN ENJOY INVISIBILITY - J.J.

Cover Versions[edit]

Halloween was covered by Mudhoney, originally recorded in 1988 for the split single Touch Me I'm Sick/Halloween, on which each band covered each other. The song was also released on Superfuzz Bigmuff Plus Early Singles in 1990.

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