℗ 2017 Fat Possum Records
 

Tapes #1-3

Hoops

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1
Nothing but Net
Hoops
3:57
2
Be There
Hoops
3:31
3
Courtside
Hoops
3:19
4
Cool 2
Hoops
1:56
5
On My Corner
Hoops
3:39
6
Other One
Hoops
3:46
7
John
Hoops
2:16
8
Grass
Hoops
3:16
1
4 U
Hoops
1:41
2
On Top
Hoops
3:39
3
Let's Go
Hoops
2:13
4
La La La
Hoops
4:07
5
Any Day Now
Hoops
2:44
1
4 U, Pt. 2
Hoops
2:02
2
All My Life
Hoops
2:43
3
Underwater Theme
Hoops
1:33
4
I'm Hurting
Hoops
2:27
5
Feelin' Fine
Hoops
3:41
Total Playing Time    52:30
Following the release of their debut full-length Routines in May 2017, Indiana indie-pop outfit Hoops revisit their earliest days with Tapes #1-3. The eighteen songs that comprise this collection come from self-released projects from before the band's association with Fat Possum Records and provide a sweet, lo-fi insight into the group's development.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fat Possum Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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