Face the Strange

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This article is about the EP by Therapy?. For the bonus track by Good Charlotte, see Good Morning Revival.
Untitled
EP by Therapy?
Released 1st June 1993
Recorded March 1993 at Livingstone Studios, London, England
Genre Rock, Alternative rock
Label A&M
Producer Chris Sheldon, Therapy?
Therapy? chronology
Shortsharpshock E.P.
(1993)
"Face the Strange"
(1993)
"Opal Mantra"
(1993)

Face the Strange was an EP released by the band Therapy? on 1st June 1993 through A&M Records. Its lead track is "Turn", which reached number 18 in the British Singles Chart,[1] and number 5 in the Irish Singles Chart.[2]

"Turn" features on the 1994 album Troublegum. "Turn" and "Speedball" also feature on the Hats Off to the Insane mini-album released in North America, while all four tracks feature on the Japanese release. All four tracks also feature on the Born In A Crash mini-album released in Europe. "Neck Freak" is a re-recording, different from the version on Nurse.

The EP title comes from the chorus of the lead track ("Turn and face the strange"). It was released on 7" vinyl, limited edition white 7" vinyl, 12" vinyl, CD Digipak and Cassette.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Turn"  
2. "Speedball"  
3. "Bloody Blue"  
4. "Neck Freak"  

Personnel[edit]

Promo Video[edit]

  • "Turn": Directed by Julie Hermelin

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UK Chart History". Archived from the original on 18 July 2007. 
  2. ^ "Irish Chart History". Archived from the original on 3 June 2009. 
  3. ^ "Official Therapy? Discography".