The FOUR HORSEMEN: The Four Horsemen (s.t) E.P 12″ vinyl “Welfare Boogie”. Original still factory sealed [therefore unopened] 1989 ULTRA RARE, USA. Check video and a video reviews!


The following rules are working:

In stock

SKU: fhep12-1 Categories: , Tag:


Welfare Boogie E.P.

Original still factory sealed 1989 ULTRA RARE, USA.

Since the copy for sale is still factory sealed, therefore unopened,

the following pictures come from this copy

The FOUR HORSEMEN: The Four Horsemen (s.t) E.P 12″ vinyl “Welfare Boogie”. Original 1989 ULTRA RARE, USA. Check the exclusive video, showing the vinyl for sale! Check video and a video reviews!

that is also for sale here at the Yperano mail order:

Label: Ill Labels – ILL02
Format: Vinyl, 12″, EP
Country: US
Released: 1989
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock
A1 Welfare Boogie
A2 Shelly
B1 Highschool Rock N’ Roller
B2 Hard Lovin’ Man
Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Ill Labels
Copyright © – Ill Labels
Manufactured By – Caroline Records, Inc.
Distributed By – Caroline Records, Inc.
Recorded At – Paramount Recording Studios
Mixed At – Paramount Recording Studios
Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
Pressed By – Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc.
Published By – Brainhammer Music
Published By – Def American Songs
Recorded By, Mixed By – Steve Ett
Barcode (Text): 0 1704-61002-1 2
Barcode (Scanned): 017046100212
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched (except Artisan logo)]): ILL 02A [Artisan logo] “HEY GUYS…” Emw #07394
Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched (except Artisan logo)]): ILL 02 B [Artisan logo] “WHAT’S THE FIRST LINE?’ Emw #07394x

this EP is killer. Lost classic. ‘Welfare Boogie’, the debut EP, was released in 1989 and was the catalyst to them getting signed to Def Jam.

Fucking brilliant, I miss the shit out of this band. They still live on through their outstanding music. A la Black Crowes & Stones.

Rocks Like HELLLL

The first Four Horsemen EP had been hard to get for years. Fans of bad ass tattooed Rick n roll by bands like The Cult, Circus of Power, GnR, Junkyard, ‘et al probably know it well. Over the years I’ve only played my vinyl sparingly in desperate fear that I may wear it out and never hear the Welfare Boogie again. Soooo glad I bought this 12″.