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|EP by The Innocence Mission|
|Released||December 3, 2008|
|Producer||The Innocence Mission|
|The Innocence Mission chronology|
Street Map is an EP of new studio recordings from The Innocence Mission. Limited to 5,000 copies, the release is their first since 2000's Christ Is My Hope to be sold directly though their website without the involvement of a record label.
Originally intended to preview their next studio LP, an update to their website in September 2009 revealed that after further recording, the next LP "turned out to be a mostly new group of songs, with maybe one song from Street Map." In March 2010, however, it was announced that no songs found on Street Map would feature on the upcoming album. My Room In The Trees was released in July.
The EP also contains one previously released recording. "A Thousand Miles" was originally available on the charity compilation 'Evensong' in 2000. The track has been re-mastered for this release.
|1.||"From a Homeland" (Karen Peris)||2:38|
|2.||"Sunshine Roof" (Karen and Don Peris)||3:19|
|3.||"Pioneering" (Karen Peris)||3:20|
|4.||"We Wake Up in the Earliest Blue of All" (Karen Peris)||1:30|
|5.||"A Thousand Miles" (Karen and Don Peris)||3:49|
|6.||"Fair Hill" (Don Peris)||2:38|
|7.||"You Draw the Streets of Rome" (Karen and Don Peris)||4:03|
|8.||"Suitcase Waltz" (Don Peris)||2:13|
- Karen Peris: Vocals, Guitars, Field Pump Organ and Piano
- Don Peris: Guitars, Background Vocals and Drums
- Mike Bitts: Upright and Electric Bass
- Recorded in Lancaster, PA by Don Peris
- Engineered and Mixed by Don Peris