Son of a Gun (EP)
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|Son of a Gun|
|Released||14 August 1987|
|Recorded||March 1987, Berkeley Street Studios, Glasgow|
|Genre||indie pop, jangle pop, indie rock|
|Label||53rd & 3rd|
|The Vaselines chronology|
Son of A Gun is the debut extended play single by Glasgow alternative rock group The Vaselines. The title-song of this EP came to a wider audience after a Nirvana Peel session version of it, along with "Molly's Lips", was released on their compilation album Incesticide. "You Think You're A Man" is a cover of a song written by the cult-film actor Divine, while the other two were written by Frances McKee and Eugene Kelly.
All songs written by Kelly and McKee except where noted.
- "Son of a Gun"
- "Rory Rides Me Raw"
- "You Think You're a Man" (Geoff Deane)
- Aggi Wright — keyboards on "Son of A Gun"
- Stephen Pastel - Producer, Additional guitar on "You Think You're A Man"
- Gordon Rintoul — engineer
A reggae version of the title track was released on the Little Roy album Battle for Seattle in 2011.
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