Kicking a Couple Around
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|Kicking a Couple Around|
|EP by Smog|
|Released||April 29, 1996|
|Label||Drag City (U.S.)
Domino (France, Germany, UK)
|Producer||Mike Engles, Steve Albini|
Kicking a Couple Around is the third EP by Bill Callahan (also known as Smog), released on Drag City in April 1996 and re-released in Europe on Domino in 2001. "Your New Friend" was originally recorded during a 1994 John Peel radio session. "Back in School", "I Break Horses" and "The Orange Glow of a Stranger's Living Room" were recorded by Steve Albini.
In an interview, Callahan said that "I Break Horses" was written "to help a friend try to understand how a guy she had a one-night stand with could possibly not return her phone calls the next day or ever again."
- "Your New Friend" – 6:51
- "Back in School" – 4:40
- "I Break Horses" – 4:44
- "The Orange Glow of a Stranger's Living Room" – 3:26