Baghdad (EP)

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Baghdad was a 7-inch EP released by American punk rock band The Offspring in 1991. It is currently out of print, but sold 3000 copies within one week of its release. Although Baghdad has never been reissued on CD in its entirety, two of the songs were later released on compilations: "Hey Joe" was re-recorded on Go Ahead Punk...Make My Day (Nitro Records, 1996) and "Baghdad" on Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1 (Fat Wreck Chords, 2004). It also appeared on the band's 2010 Japan-only compilation album Happy Hour. The band's official website does not list Baghdad in the otherwise comprehensive discography.

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The EP includes an early version of "Get It Right" of which a later version was released on their second studio album Ignition. The title track "Baghdad" was a re-release of the song "Tehran" which appeared on the Offspring's debut self-titled album in 1989. It switches the words "Tehran" (the capital of Iran) for "Baghdad" (the capital of Iraq). The EP also includes a cover version of "Hey Joe" by Billy Roberts (a different version from what was later released on "Gone Away") and a previous unreleased instrumental track "The Blurb" (which would not appear on any future recordings.)


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