Copeland’s Eat, Sleep, Repeat LP Pre-Orders Launch Today at 12pm est/9am pst on ShopradioCast.com

Album Available For The First Time on Vinyl on May 7

Eat, Sleep, Repeat, the 3rd full length release from influential Florida indie rockers Copeland will be available for the first time on vinyl on May 7 via ShopRadioCast. Pre-orders for the album, originally released on Halloween in 2006, will launch today at 12pm est/9am pst at http://www.shopradiocast.com/products/Copeland-%252d-Eat%2C-Sleep%2C-Repeat-LP.html.

Copeland- Eat, Sleep, Repeat

Price: $21.99

Record Label: ShopRadioCast

Color:

180 Gram Black

White

Vinyl Details:

– Exclusive vinyl only cover art

– Gatefold jacket on reverse cardboard

– 4 mil sleeve with “Copeland – Eat, Sleep, Repeat” sticker

– Uncoated insert

Vinyl Color:

500 – 180 Gram Black

500 – White

Track Listing:

Where’s My Head?

Eat, Sleep, Repeat

Control Freak

Careful Now

Love Affair

I’m Safer In An Airplane

By My Side

Cover What You Can

The Last Time He Saw Dorie

I’m A Sucker For A Kind Word

When You Thought You’d Never Stand Out

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