|Lon Gisland EP|
|Released||January 30, 2007|
|Label||Ba Da Bing|
It is a follow-up to the critically acclaimed Gulag Orkestar and the first album performed by the full band, which came together after Gulag Orkestar's release. Lon Gisland includes a reworked version of "Scenic World", from Beirut's previous album.
|Pitchfork Media||(7.8/10) |
|Tiny Mix Tapes|||
Pitchfork Media's Brandon Stosuy gave Lon Gisland a positive review, calling Condon's decision to play with a full band a "smart move". Stosuy ended his review by writing: "It seems Condon's getting all this-- by embracing the developments, he's started to go beyond chewing the scenery to, well, actually living in it".
All tracks written by Zach Condon.
|2.||"My Family's Role in the World Revolution"||2:07|
|4.||"The Long Island Sound"||1:18|
- The EP's version of "Scenic World" differs from the first in that it has a slower, stronger sound and is entirely acoustic, with a violin and accordion replacing the original MIDI keyboard.
The following people contributed to Lon Gisland:
- Rob Carmichael - Design, Layout Design
- Josh Clark - Engineer
- Perrin Cloutier - Accordion, Cello
- Ryan Condon - Composer
- Zach Condon - Composer, Mixing, Piano, Trumpet, Ukulele, Vocals
- Kristin Ferebee - Violin
- Paul Johnson - Mixing
- Jon Natchez - Clarinet, Glockenspiel, Sax (Baritone), Ukulele
- Adam Nunn - Mastering
- Nick Petree - Percussion
- Kelly Pratt - Euphonium, Flugelhorn, Trumpet
|US Top Heatseekers||37|
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- Beirut. Lon Ginsland. Midheaven Mail Order. Retrieved 19 June 2011.
- Stosuy, Brandon. Album Reviews: Beirut: Lon Gisland EP. Pitchfork Media. 31 January 2007
- Christgau, Robert. Beirut: Lon Gisland. Rolling Stone. 25 January 2007. Retrieved 19 June 2011
- Beirut - Lon Gisland EP. Tiny Mix Tapes. Retrieved 19 June 2011
- Lon Gisland - Credits. Allmusic. Retrieved 19 June 2011
- Lon Gisland - Charts & Awards. Allmusic. Retrieved 19 June 2011