Betchadupa - The 3D EP mp3 album
An extended play record, often referred to as an EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single, but is usually unqualified as an album or LP. Contemporary EPs generally contain a minimum of three tracks and maximum of six tracks, and are considered "less expensive and time-consuming" for an artist to produce than an album.
Betchadupa was a New Zealand pop/rock group, formed in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1997. The band featured Liam Finn, Chris Garland, Joe Bramley, and Matt Eccles. Betchadupa (originally called Lazy Boy - the name change followed threatened legal action from the chair company of the same name) had its origins when Liam and Matt met whilst their families were on holidays in New Zealand.
The 3D EP. Play album. Who's Coming Through The Window. 2 tracks · 17 April 2006.
The betchadupa EP was released in January 2001 through the iconic New Zealand label Flying Nun Records. The connection was established while the band were still at high school and lasted for the release of two EPs and one album, before being severed in 2003. At the time Flying Nun were the only label who were happy to let us do what we wanted to do, which was record one EP at a time and build it up slowly Liam Finn told the Otago Daily Times in February 2001. After finishing high school, the band released their second EP via Flying Nun. The 3D EP built on the band’s melodic pop-rock sound and proved more successful than their debut, gaining them the title of Top New Act at the 2001 NZ Music Awards and a nomination for Best Rock Release at the bNet NZ Music Awards. The New Zealand release was accompanied by a pair of 3D glasses.
|1||I Want It||2:09|
|3||Spill The Light||3:34|
|4||Man On My Left||2:54|
NotesThis is the Australian release of the 3D EP. It contains Other versions
|FNCD455||Betchadupa||The 3D EP (CD, EP)||Flying Nun Records||FNCD455||New Zealand||2000|