The first album 'Goodbye, Minnesota' came out on Ireland's Rusted Rail records. Again it has recycled, handmade sleeves. There were two pressings each with slightly different artwork. There was a limited edition vinyl pressing in April 2010.
The next Declining Winter record proper was entitled 'Haunt the Upper Hallways' and appeared on Home Assembly Music in luxurious 7" AND CD format with. The 7" contained three songs and the CD contained the same three songs plus 7 bonus tracks including a remix of the San Francisco band Carta. Initial copies came with a bonus CD of remixes by the likes of Strategy, Winter North Atlantic, Fieldhead, Northerner, James Yates.
In 2010 we released our 'Official World Cup Theme 2010' (Home Assembly Music) to an unsuspecting world. Initial copies came with bonus postcards and panini stickers of the band. We followed this up in October with "Scenes from the Back Bedroom Window" a very limited 3" Cdr release on Secret Furry Hole.
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We have occasionally been asked to remix people. So far we have ‘altered’ tracks by Aarktica, Northerner, Fieldhead, Carta, Arthur and Martha, Team Forest, Brave Timbers, The Green Kingdom amongst others.
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