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Revision as of 01:31, 12 March 2019

Party Boobytrap
ArtworkNA.jpg
EPs
Released April 2003
Recorded n/a
Length 15:54
Label None
Producer Tally Hall


Party Boobytrap is an EP Tally Hall released in April of 2003, the first they'd ever recorded. Unfortunately, no one has come forward yet with any imagery of the disc or sleeves in which this EP came in. The extent of what we know about it rests here.


Fun Facts[edit]

Scene From Good Day
  • In the music video for Good Day, there is a scene in which they portray/mimic a rap video. The rap group's name is Party Boobytrap.
  • The title is a palindrome and that's the simple origin of the name.




Track Listing[edit]

# Title Writers Lead Singers Duration
1. "Good Day" Horowitz Hawley, Cantor 3:30
2. "Greener" Cantor Cantor 4:02
3. "Stationary Love" Cantor Cantor 3:43
4. "Ruler Of Everything" Hawley Hawley, Sedghi 3:55
Tracklist/Information sleeve that came with Party Boobytrap