The Beginning (EP)

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The Beginning EP
Thebeginningepreissue.jpg
EP by The Features
Released March 16, 2004
Genre pop, rock, indie
Length 15:08 - Original Version
17:16 - Re-Released Version
Label Universal Records
The Features chronology
The Features EP
(1997)
The Beginning EP
(2004)
Exhibit A
(2004)
Original Version Cover
2001 Edition
Fierce Panda Version Cover
2003 Edition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

The Beginning EP is the second EP released by the Tennessee-based band The Features. It was originally released independently in 2001. It was later re-released upon their signing with a major label (first by Fierce Panda Records in the UK on September 22, 2003 and then by Universal Records in the United States on March 16, 2004) with new cover art and the addition of the song "That's The Way It's Meant To Be" which was included as a preview of their debut album Exhibit A.

Original Track listing[edit]

  1. Stark White Stork Approaching – 1:29
  2. Walk You Home – 3:01
  3. Bumble Bee – 3:39
  4. The Beginning (Week One) – 2:41
  5. Two By Two – 4:23

Standard Track listing[edit]

  1. The Beginning (Week One) – 2:42
  2. Walk You Home – 3:00
  3. Bumble Bee – 3:38
  4. Two By Two – 4:20
  5. Stark White Stork Approaching – 1:28
  6. The Way It's Meant to Be – 2:08

Personnel[edit]

  • Matt Pelham - Vocals, Guitar
  • Rollum Haas - Drums
  • Roger Dabbs - Bass
  • Parrish Yaw - Keyboards
  • Written and Performed by The Features
  • Tracks 1, 2, & 4 produced by Brian Carter
  • Track 3 & 5 produced by Brian Owen Bottcher
  • Track 6 produced by Craig Krampf
  • Track 6 co-produced by Mike McCarthy & The Features
  • Recorded & Mixed by Mike McCarthy
  • Tracks 1-5 mastered by Glenn Meadows at Masterfonics
  • Track 6 mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk
  • Recording Assisted by Joshua Hood & John Stinson
  • Original Version Photography & Design by Brian Owe Bottcher
  • Universal Records Version Design by Jim Valosik

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