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Written-By – The Blasters
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- Artwork [Front/back Cover, & Label Art] – Jesse
- Design, Layout – Eggplant
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Other [Booklet Back Cover Photo Borrowed From] – No Idea zine
- Other [Brought To You By] – Murray, Joel & Eric
- Other [Design, Layout] – Yeeman
- Other [Trax Side 2 Courtesy Of] – LOOKOUT! records
- Photography By [Booklet Cover Photo] – Murray Bowles
- Photography By [Label Side 2] – Matt Kelly
- Photography By [Photo Page 10] – Cammie Toloui
- Photography By [Photo Page 11] – Cesar Rubio
- Photography By [Photo Page 2] – Alexandra Kulka
- Producer – Lint (tracks: B1, B2)
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Kevin Army (tracks: B1, B2)
- Recorded By – Brian Edge (tracks: A1, A2)
First pressing is on white vinyl out of 2,000, and includes a 12-page booklet entitled “Operation Ivy: A Closer Look....”
From the back cover:
Side 1 cuts are from OPIV’s unreleased demo. It was recorded at the Gilman St. Project on 8/24/87 by Brian Edge. “Troublebound” is a Blasters cover.
Side 2 contains two unused cuts from the "Hectic" ep sessions. They were originally recorded in November 1987 at Dangerous Rhythm in Oakland, and were engineered and mixed by Kevin Army. The tracks were produced by Kevin, Lint, & the CD in January, 1992.
- Matrix / Runout (side A): L-39186 Kdisc M&E-001-1 THE EAST BAY WILL RISE AGAIN, OF CORPSE!
- Matrix / Runout (side B): L-39186X M&E-001-2 SOMEONE’S CLEANING A SKULL IN MY SINK.
- Recorded At – 924 Gilman Street
- Recorded At – Dangerous Rhythm
- Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-39186
Plea for Peace is the final EP by the American punk rock band Operation Ivy. It was released in February 1992, three years after they disbanded, through M&E Records. Plea for Peace contained four songs not featured on any of Operation Ivy's studio releases. The production of Plea for Peace was spearheaded by longtime fan and East Bay local Eric Yee. He approached various people for funds to produce a record of unreleased songs he had heard through Operation Ivy vocalist Jesse Michaels on cassette tape. This Is a Ep From Operation ivy with four songs on it and they include Uncertain, Troublebound, Someday, And Plea for peace. in that order well Enjoy Name Operation Ivy. Album Name Plea For Peace. Type EP. 发布日期 1992. 出版公司 ME Records. 拥有此专辑的会员0. Other productions from Operation Ivy. Plea For Peace. Lint Rides Again. Albums in Ska-Punk. Potshot Beat Goes on. Plea for Peace 1992. Album by Operation Ivy. is a cover of. Album Plea For Peace by Operation Ivy with lyrics: Uncertain,Troublebound,Someday,Plea For Peace. plea for peace they'll find you running hiding way down inside you and I plea for peace certain jocks sought control instead of escape from pain inside, with stupid violence formed by hate power and strength, but no power in their own lives ignorance with the knowldge they're always right . Songs in album Operation Ivy - Seedy 1993. Operation Ivy - Healthy Body Uncut Version. Operation Ivy - Someday. Operation Ivy - Plea For Peace. Operation Ivy - Troublebound. Operation Ivy - Uncertain. Operation Ivy - Hangin' Out. Operation Ivy - Left Behind. Operation Ivy - Old Friendships. Watch the video for Plea For Peace from Operation Ivy's Seedy for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Operation Ivy was an American punk rock band from Berkeley, California formed in May 1987. The band was stylistically important as one of the first bands to mix the elements of hardcore pun read more. The band was stylistically important as one of the first bands to mix the elements of hardcore punk and ska into an amalgamation called sk read more. This song is by Operation Ivy and appears on the album Plea For Peace EP 1992. It wasn't my decision, I was a victim of circumstanceIt wasn't right, I knew I never had a chanceMy anger grew so fucking large it almost overcameMy independence almost got lost to the violence chainPieces of a machine called education I was desparate I plea for peaceVictim of the cycle of intimidation I was separate I plea for peaceThey'll find you running hidingWay down inside youAnd I plea for. Plea for Peace. Operation Ivy. Plea for Peace Q&A. More Operation Ivy albums. Show all albums by Operation Ivy. Plea for Peace Album Cover Art. length: 1:41 engineer: Kevin Army mixer: Kevin Army producer: Tim Armstrong and Kevin Army. 4 Plea for Peace. length: 2:15 engineer: Kevin Army mixer: Kevin Army producer: Tim Armstrong and Kevin Army