Some Kind Of Hate "Some Kind Of Hate" #B9R027
Release Date: 06/29/2002
This 7 inch debut from Boston's Some Kind of Hate had a large hole 45 pressing with blank white labels made for their tour. It was hand number stamped out of 300 copies, with "SOME KIND OF HATE SELF-TITLED EP" stamped on the A-side and "Boston Is Mine, it Owes Me a Living" hand written by vocalist Matt Pike on the B-side.
Of special note, there were 50 copies on black vinyl that accidentally had the American Nightmare The Sun Isn't Getting Any Brighter B-side label affixed onto the record instead of the correct SKOH label (both records were being pressed at the same time by the pressing plant). This EP was also available as a limited CD pressing, featuring different cover artwork with silver ink printed on black paper, with two different "fan disc" variants (fan discs were CD EP's that had a smaller CD disc but a clear plastic edge to make it a standard CD size). We printed the clear part of the disc with two different colors (pictured here, blue) to simulate a translucent color 7 inch record.
1. Old Habits Die Hard
2. No One's Perfect
3. Face Down & Fucked
4. Them Was Rotten Days
5. Your Days Are Numbered