"Where Should I Start​?​" b​/​w "Expensive Things"


  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Embossed silver foil cover with soft touch coating! Printed in Lyon, France by the experts at www.moderncityrecords.com. "Coke Bottle Clear" vinyl, each cover is slightly different, includes insert & download code, limited to 300 copies. Don't snooze on this one, amigo!!

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Released as a 7" limited to 300 copies
Modern City Records
270 Rue de Créqui
69007 Lyon, France


released January 12, 2018

Produced by Geoff Sanoff and SAVAK
Engineered & mixed by Geoff Sanoff at Renegade Studios
Additional recording by SAVAK
Mastered by Joe Lambert at JLM
Artwork by Rémi/Modern City

James Finlay - backing vocals on “Where Should I Start?”


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SAVAK Brooklyn, New York

Formed in 2015 by members of The Obits, Holy Fuck and The Cops.

SAVAK is Sohrab Habibion, Michael Jaworski and Matt Schulz.


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Track Name: Where Should I Start?
How do people describe you?
What’s your greatest weakness?
What’s your greatest strength?
What is your dream job?
How do you deal with stress?
When can you start?
Do you have any questions?
Do I have any questions?
Where should I start?
Track Name: Expensive Things
Travel right
Fly by helicopter
Feeling sick?
Call your private doctor
I feel pain, you feel pain, can you tell the difference?
Neither can I, until we get the invoice

You can buy a house with an elevator
Attentive staff, just need a translator, gardener, house keeper
I just want basic heat and good water pressure
Air quality, what we breathe
There’s no escaping, you and me, on and on

On and on, we can live together
On and on, we should live together
You and me, on and on

A kiss from a camel
A flight over the desert
You better turn your neck
And mind your air pressure
When it goes, so do you

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