• Trading Places present a reissue of Second Hand's Death May Be Your Santa Claus, originally released in 1971. After their excellent Polydor debut suffered from lack of promotion, Second Hand's sophomore LP surfaced on Mushroom, the noncommercial label formed by Vic Keary, Mike Craig, and Neil Richmond, allowing for unfettered experimentation. With George Hart on bass, new front man Rob Elliott, and drummer Kieran O'Connor on vibraphones, Ken Elliott takes melodic command on Mellotron, piano, and organ, the disc a freakily esoteric juggernaut. This lost masterwork here comes with rare bonus tracks "Dip It Out Of The Bog Fred", "Baby RU Anudder Monster?", and the orchestrated "Funeral", a scare 1972 single. Licensed from Cherry Red. (Trading Places – TDP54075)
  • The Specials who enjoyed a triumphant 2019 with the release of the critically acclaimed Encore, their first ever number 1 album, coming 40 years after they exploded onto the music scene and launched the 2 Tone movement, make a very timely return with the release of their brand new album Protest Songs – 1924 -2012. Released through their new label Island Records, the album features twelve singular takes on specially chosen protest songs across an almost 100-year span and shows The Specials still care, are still protesting and are still pissed off! The Specials emerged in the late 1970s as the multiracial flagship of the 2 Tone movement, and sang of racism, unemployment and injustice making a very clear political statement every time they stepped on stage. It’s fitting, then, that in 2021, at a time when the world is riven with social, racial and political unrest, that the Specials have made this album of Protest Songs and are once again reflecting the society we live in and taking a stand against all forms of injustice. A typically unpredictable collection of unique takes from folk to post-punk, righteous uplift to biting satire, and from Kingston to Alabama, the album is a powerful reminder that there are no fixed rules to what makes a protest song. All that’s required is the combination of something that needs to be said with music that needs to be heard. “People have been using music as a vehicle for protest since time immemorial,” says bass-player Horace Panter. “Injustice is timeless.” 180 grams heavyweight black vinyl. Includes 12 page booklet with lyrics, credits and download card. (Island Records ‎– 3840701)
  • MARGINAL MAN | T-shirt

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    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. Ενδέχεται να υπάρχουν ελλείψεις σε κάποια από τα μεγέθη. Σε αυτή την περίπτωση θα σας ενημερώσουμε τηλεφωνικά ή με e-mail για τον χρόνο παράδοσής τους σε εμάς από τον προμηθευτή (συνήθως 3-5 εργάσιμες ημέρες).
  • On the 2nd January, 1983 Minor Threat played the "555" Show at the 9.30 Club which comprised of Minor Threat, Faith and Marginal Man. This was the first time all 3 bands played as a 5 piece. Songs 1-17 are from Minor Threat's first set and shows what a powerful force they were. Songs 18-21 were recorded at the Lansburgh Center 29th March, 1983, where Minor Threat played with the Big Boys. It was pretty obvious the spark had gone and this was the last show Minor Threat ever played. This show was notable as it was the only time they played all 3 songs from The Salad Days 7". TRACKLIST A1 Minor Threat A2 Filler A3 I Don't Wanna Hear It A4 Think Again A5 No Reason A6 Small Man Big Mouth A7 Little Friend A8 Seeing Red A9 Betray A10 Stepping Stone B11 Out Of Step B12 1 2 X U B13 Sob Story B14 Bottled Violence B15 It Follows B16 Screaming At A Wall B17 In My Eyes B18 Stumped B19 Salad Days B20 No Reason B21 Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White (Vinyl Ink Records - INK1982-2022/Fan Club)
  • FINAL WARNING | pdx | CD

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    Final Warning initially formed in 1982 as Broken Trust by guitarist Jeff "Simon" Simoncini, drummer Dan Cunneen, vocalist Tim Paul and bassist Charlie Nims (Nims would later play bass for Poison Idea using the moniker Myrtle Tickner). In 1983, former Poison Idea bassist Glenn Estes replaced Nims. In early 1984, after changing their name to Final Warning, Tim Paul switched to bass and Jeff Paul (no relation) joined the group on vocals. This would become the classic Final Warning line-up that would remain until the band disbanded in 1986. (Poison Idea drummer Steve "Thee Slayer Hippie" Hanford did play several shows with Final Warning on second guitar in 1986.) Final Warning released one self-titled 7" E.P. on Poison Idea guitarist Tom "Pig Champion" Roberts' label, Fatal Erection Records in 1984. The following year Final Warning had a song ("I Quit") on the Drinking is Great Portland punk compilation E.P. (also released by Fatal Erection). Final Warning was primarily influenced by early 1980s U.S. West Coast hardcore (Germs, Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Crucifix, Iconoclast, and Circle Jerks) and the second wave of English punk (Discharge, Charged GBH, Disorder and The Exploited). What set Final Warning apart from other hardcore bands of the period was the merging of heavy metal into their sound (bands like Metallica, Motörhead, Venom and early Mötley Crüe.) Final Warning would combine these influences to become one of the early bands to combine punk and metal. The most common lyrical focus of Final Warning's music was their stand against violence and war. Final Warning picked up on many of the anti-war themes that the U.K. band Discharge used and expanded them to include their own take on the conformity, complacency and militarism in the United States during the Reagan era. Final Warning would share the bill with many notable bands during their career. Among them: Dead Kennedys, The Exploited, Charged GBH, Hüsker Dü, Minutemen and Mercyful Fate, but they never played outside the Pacific Northwest. Members of Final Warning would go on to play in other Pacific Northwest bands, including: Napalm Beach, Poison Idea, The Obituaries, Big House, Gruntruck, Zipgun, Kill Sybil and the Seattle-based Nightcaps. This CD compiles all their studio recordings and live tracks. Tracks 1 to 4 recorded on April 20th, 1984 and previously released as the 'Final Warning' 7" EP in 1984. Track 5 recorded on April 23rd, 1985 and previously released on V.A. 'Drinking Is Great' 7" EP in 1985. All tracks recorded @ Falcon Studio, Portland. Tracks 6 to 16 recorded live @ the Starry Night, Portland, OR on October 20th, 1984 when the band replaced Slayer and opened for Mercyful Fate. Mastered at Sinister Kitchen Laboratories, Seattle. 1,000 copies pressed. (Southern Lord Recordings)
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    On the wind-bitten plains of Skaraborg, Sweden, the wolves have arisen once again. They are on the prowl, yearning for your blood, warm and fresh. On their tenth full-length album Wolfbrigade go deep and they are ruthless. This time they have only submitted to themselves; from recording to production and art work. Working in isolation resulted in sharpened ears and teeth. The ten songs rip into both body and mind, with no holds barred regarding power, substance and melody. This time around, Wolfbrigade’s hybrid beast of Swedish hardcore and death metal known as Lycanthro Punk has become even more distinct. These ten tracks of destruction display both a love for 80’s metal hooks and intros, as well as primitive hardcore brutality. The lyrics dissect the state of human existence, the bizarre animal presence that we are. The naked apes. Exploring the dynamics that rule man. Power and submission. Manipulation. The injustices of inequality. This is an album seething with anger and frustration. _ Humans are a narcissistic breed, incapable of real change. This album is a way for us to deal with the fact that we are one of a large pack, submitting to the same societal norms as everyone else. No matter how much we would like it to be different. We are all on the same crazy trip. (Southern Lord Records)
  • BL’AST! | blood! | CD

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    Earlier this year BL’AST! guitarist, Mike Neider contacted Southern Lord with news that he had found some mysterious old BL’AST! master tapes in a abandoned storage locker. Greg Anderson, fanatical about BL’AST!, wasted no time in sending the tapes to a studio to be baked. Needless to say, after 25 years gathering dust, the quality had deteriorated. Even when the tapes had been baked, nobody could have anticipated what would follow. With the tapes baked and audio digitised, Southern Lord contacted long time BL’AST! fiend, Dave Grohl about mixing this recording, his response was an enthusiastic “FUCK YEAH!, LETS DO THIS”! Whilst inside Grohl’s famous 606 Studios (and with the Neve console as featured in the recent Grohl produced documentary ’Sound City’) a remarkable discovery was made – a completely unheard, unreleased BL’AST! recording session from the mid–80s. The lineup of the band at the time of the recording included second guitarist William Duvall (from Neon Christ & interestingly now the vocalist for Alice In Chains) who had moved from his hometown of Atlanta out to Santa Cruz on a tip from mutual friends, Corrosion of Conformity to join the band. Unfortunately his tenure with BL’AST! was short–lived and no recordings from that lineup were ever released. From the thunderous bass intro of “Only Time Will Tell” to the apocalyptic warnings of “Its In My Blood” the album completely rips and rages from start to finish. All parties involved were completely amazed at how vibrant, unique and new the material sounded. All things considered, it is miraculous that this record survived it’s journey and that everyone who was involved in bringing this recording to life, could be. Everything fell into place, when it could have easily crumbled along the way. This record is a time capsule that is meant to be heard! (Southern Lord Recordings)
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    Back in print for the first time on vinyl after many years. Initially released on legendary and pioneering Southern California Punk/Hardcore label Smoke 7 Records in 1982. The essential “Sudden Death” compilation is back, featuring exclusive tracks from Red Kross, JFA, Moral Decay, The Sins, Crankshaft, Sadist Faction, The Demented, Naughty Women, Dead Youth and Youth Gone Mad. This compilation features a who’s who of Southern California Trashy Punk / Hardcore. Tracklist A1 Jodie Foster's Army– Low Rider A2 Jodie Foster's Army– Guess What A3 Jodie Foster's Army– American Buttfucker A4 Sin 34– Only Love A5 Sin 34– Nuclear War A6 Sin 34– Who Needs Them A7 Moral Decay– Amerika A8 Moral Decay– T.V. News A9 Crankshaft– Life Is Getting Faster A10 Crankshaft– Massacre Killer A11 Sadist Faction– Twisted Cross A12 Sadist Faction– Peace Corpse A13 The Sins– Rat Society A14 The Sins– All Your Tomorrows A15 The Sins– Sins Prayer B1 The Demented– Back To The Bed B2 The Demented– Deadly Game B3 The Demented– How Can I Kill You B4 Redd Kross– Tatum O'Tot And The Fried Vegetables B5 Redd Kross– St. Lita Ford Blues B6 Youth Gone Mad– Ode To Darby B7 Youth Gone Mad– Diaperhead B8 Youth Gone Mad– Homo Mommy B9 Naughty Women– Linda Is A Monster B10 Naughty Women– Jealousy B11 Dead Youth– Phantom Citizens B12 Dead Youth– Kern County B13 Dead Youth– Radiation Fallout (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • FIRST-EVER VINYL REISSUE. LIMITED EDITION OF 500 COPIES ON BLACK VINYL IN GATEFOLD SLEEVE WITH DOUBLE-SIDED INSERT AND LINER NOTES BY STEFANO GILARDINO. Founded in the northern Italian port city of Ravenna in the summer of 1980, S.I.B. (Swelling Itching Brain) was comprised of former members of new wave covers band R.N.A. Transfert, singer Tracy Crazy a huge UK Subs fan. The band’s scorching live performances drew a loyal following, leading to an approach by L.M. Records, Ravenna’s foremost punk and new wave imprint, to cut Third World War, their sole LP. The band’s sound was a very personal one, with reggae, punk, hardcore and new wave all part of the mix—too varied for an audience strictly loyal to genre boundaries. Unjustly overlooked following the group’s demise, we are pleased to give Third World War the reissue it deserves some 40 years later. (Radiation Records)
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    "Calm Before the Storm" is the fifth album by black metal pioneers Venom. Originally released in 1987, the album is characterised by a "cleaner", more synthetic sound when compared to Venom's earlier albums. Perhaps mostly due to the addition of another guitarist and the producer Nick Tauber, who had previously worked with hard rock acts such as UFO and Thin Lizzy. The band drifted away from the oldschool Venom sound, in favour of a more upbeat traditional and simplistic thrash metal approach. Gone are the pentagrams, inverted crosses and satanic lyrics. This is one of the most atmospheric albums that Venom ever made. (Back On Black ‎– BOBV790PD )
  • Blistering live performance by British black metal pioneers VENOM. Captured at the Hammersmith Odeon, London 1984. Tracklist: A1 Leave Me In Hell A2 Countess Bathory A3 Die Hard A4 7 Gates Of Hell A5 Buried Alive B1 Don't Burn The Witch B2 Welcome To Hell B3 Warhead B4 Stand Up And Be Counted (Back On Black – BOBV791LPLTD)
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    12" compilation LP of Discharge covers by various artists such as Extreme Noise Terror, Concrete Sox, etc! TRACKLIST A1 Extreme Noise Terror – No T.V. Sketch A2 Extreme Noise Terror – Religion Instigates A3 Extreme Noise Terror – They Declare It A4 Concrete Sox – Death Dealers A5 Concrete Sox – Is This To Be A6 Disaster – Mania For Conquest A7 Excrement Of War – Tomorrow Belongs To Us B1 Raw Noise – A Look At Tomorrow B2 Raw Noise – Always Restrictions B3 Nausea – Hear Nothing, See Nothing B4 S.D.S – Doomsday B5 S.D.S – Why? B6 Scamp – Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles B7 Scamp – Free Speech For The Dumb B8 C.F.U.D.L – Does The System Work B9 C.F.U.D.L – Ain't No Feeble Bastard (Back on Black)
  • Montevideo, Uruguay, 1994-11-14 FM Broadcast. TRACKLIST 1 Rockaway Beach 2 Teenage Lobotomy 3 Blitzkrieg Bop 4 I Don't Want You 5 Go Mental 6 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 7 I Wanna Be Sedated 8 I Just Want To Have Something To Do 9 Bad Brain 10 I'm Against It 11 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 12 Havana Affair 13 Commando 14 Needles & Pins 15 I'm Affected 16 Surfin' Bird 17 Cretin Hop 18 Listen To My Heart 19 California Sun 20 I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You 21 Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World 22 Pinhead > Encore Break 23 Do Ya Wanna Dance 24 Suzy is a Headbanger 25 Let's Dance (Dear Boss - JACK005/Unofficial Release)
  • Highlights and rarities from the golden era of African pop music (1971-1983): Mali, Senegal, The Gambia, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Chad, Togo. This album provides a window on the golden age of African music, presenting the finest works created during the era of decolonization, when the black continent looked forward to a brighter future. Comes with a 20p LP-sized booklet. (Network Medien – NW234368)
  • This was the 1st volume of a series of 3 volumes (Wowsville, Weirdsville & Wildsville) originally released in the 90’s by the same folk that did the Born Bad series so beloved by The Cramps fraternity…And these are just as good, in fact a natural progression if you like…(Although, unlike a certain UK company who put a Cramps reference on any old compilation, these never did) A fine mix of oddball 50’s & 60’s tunes to get any party swingin’…60’s Trash, 50’s Rockin and Exotica from god only knows ! Limited to 300 copies only. Tracklist: SIDE 1: 1. Bob Vidone & The Rhythm Rockers - Weird 2. The Decades - On Sunset 3. The Zanies - The Mad Scientist 4. Randy Luck - I Was A Teen-Age Cave Man 5. Jim Backus - Cave Man 6. The Social Outcasts - Mad 7. Fritz & Jerry - Pad 8. The Rockbusters - Tough Chick SIDE 2: 1. Little Eddie Woods - Bug Killer 2. D.D.T. & The Repellents - Fly Swatter 3. Johnny Royal - Lover Boy 4. Jimmie Heap & His Orchestra - Gismo 5. Jim Doval & The Gauchos - Scrub 6. The Exports - Car Hop 7. S&H Scamps - Punjab 8. The Rockin' Rebels - Burn Baby Burn (Monsieur Records)
  • Tracklist: A1 Lost On A Distant Planet A2 Twilight A3 Another Time, Another Place A4 Alone In The Night A5 11 O'clock Tick Tock A6 Touch B1 Another Day B2 The Dream Is Over B3 Out Of Control B4 Boy / Girl B5 Stories For Boys B6 A Day Without Me Tracks A1 to A4 Recorded at Eamon Andrews studio, Dublin, December 1978. Track A5-A6 and all tracks of side B Recorded at Eamon Andrews studio, Dublin, May 1979. (Showtime Music – DC 7879/Unofficial Release)
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    Filigree and Shadow is one powerful album, mainly a 25 tracks album that sounds like one and only song moving through different landscapes of feelings. this impressive intrications of ambient soundscapes with the deep vocals of Alison Limerick and the distant vocals of Dominic Appleton renders a tremendous sensation throughout the album. Sometimes dark, sometimes full of hope, Filigree and Shadow is a sombre melancholic journey into the mind of an ethereal heart. Re-mastered from original analogue tapes in 2010. This edition is dedicated to Deborah Edgley. Originally released as DAD 609 in 1986. Comes in Gatefold LP miniature cover style with 12-page booklet, cardboard inner sleeve and obi. (4AD – CAD 3X05CDJ)
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    In the wake of the star-filled A Minute To Pray A Second To Die, The Flesh Eaters' frontman Chris D. assembled a leaner, meaner band to deliver his next unbound vision. Forever Came Today, the group's third full-length album, was originally released on Ruby Records in 1982 and features Don Kirk on guitar, Robyn Jameson on bass, Chris Wahl on drums, Steve Berlin on sax and Chris D.'s unmistakable voice. "My Life To Live" and "Shallow Water" are masterfully wrought punk tunes, reverberating with heart-wrenching vocals that turn on a dime from desperate whispers to blood-curdling screams. "Drag My Name In Mud" dives deeper into full-throttle rock demonology, bluesy primeval swagger and obsessive imagery, inspired in equal parts by William S. Burroughs and Edgar Allan Poe. This first-time reissue has been carefully remastered and comes with lyric sheet. Forever Came Today is the perfect introduction to The Flesh Eaters' dark sense of humor and positively bleak form of rock 'n' roll. (Superior Viaduct ‎– SV052)
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    Reissued on vinyl, Sugar Pie Desanto's first LP, originally from 1961, is one of the most sought after pieces among lovers of timeless rhythm and blues and American soul music. Standing at just 1.50m tall, Peylia Marsema Balinton - better known by her stage name Sugar Pie Desanto -, toured with a.o. the Johnny Otis Revue and the James Brown Revue. On stage she danced and did standing back flipwards, and she's remembered as some of the greatest stage acts in the history of Rock & Roll. But most of all, she was a great vocalist! (Shellac Disc – SHELL001)
  • The Specials who enjoyed a triumphant 2019 with the release of the critically acclaimed Encore, their first ever number 1 album, coming 40 years after they exploded onto the music scene and launched the 2 Tone movement, make a very timely return with the release of their brand new album Protest Songs – 1924 -2012. Released through their new label Island Records, the album features twelve singular takes on specially chosen protest songs across an almost 100-year span and shows The Specials still care, are still protesting and are still pissed off! The Specials emerged in the late 1970s as the multiracial flagship of the 2 Tone movement, and sang of racism, unemployment and injustice making a very clear political statement every time they stepped on stage. It’s fitting, then, that in 2021, at a time when the world is riven with social, racial and political unrest, that the Specials have made this album of Protest Songs and are once again reflecting the society we live in and taking a stand against all forms of injustice. A typically unpredictable collection of unique takes from folk to post-punk, righteous uplift to biting satire, and from Kingston to Alabama, the album is a powerful reminder that there are no fixed rules to what makes a protest song. All that’s required is the combination of something that needs to be said with music that needs to be heard. “People have been using music as a vehicle for protest since time immemorial,” says bass-player Horace Panter. “Injustice is timeless.” (Island Records – 3522774)
  • We may be cursed to be in the midst a global pandemic, buffeted by all of it’s stresses and pain. But everyone knows that art provides succour, that music is the most reliable balm. And for many there is further significant comfort to be drawn from the knowledge that Paul Weller is in the midst of an unbelievably prolific purple patch. Paul Weller will not let us down when we need him most. On May 14th Paul Weller releases his 16thsolo album since his self-titled debut in 1992, which comes in just under twelve months following June 2020’s magnificent, chart-topping On Sunset. It’s not hyperbole to state that this new album, titled Fat Pop (Volume 1), is among his most compelling collections. It’s an absolute scorcher. During spring last year, after his tour dates were postponed, Paul Weller needed something else to focus on. With many ideas for new songs stored on his phone, Paul started to record them on his own with just vocals, piano and guitar which he’d send to his core bandmembers (drummer Ben Gordelier, Steve Cradock on guitar and bassist Andy Crofts) to add their parts. Despite it being strange not being together, it kept the wheels rolling and sanity prevailing. The band reconvened at Weller’s Black Barn studio in Surrey when restrictions were lifted to finish the work with the shape of the album becoming clear to all. Fat Pop (Volume 1) –Paul adding the “Volume 1” to keep options open for a second volume in the future -is a diverse selection of sounds. No one style dominates. There’s the synth-heavy, future-wave strut of Cosmic Fringes, the stately balladeering of Still Glides The Stream(co-written with Steve Cradock), the chunky percussive groove of Moving Canvas (a tribute to Iggy Pop no less), and the kind of dramatic immediate pop symphonies on Failed, True and Shades of Blue with which Paul Weller has hooked in generation after generation of devotee. As ever, Fat Pop, sees a number of guests contributing including Lia Metcalfe, the young Liverpudlian singer with The Mysterines who combines her tremendous vocal as well as a song writing credit to True. Andy Fairweather Low adds his distinctive vocals to superfly strutting Testify and Paul’s daughter Leah co-wrote and features on the classic 3 minute pop kitchen sink drama Shades Of Blue which will be the first single taken from the album. Hannah Peel is back in the fray adding her classic string scores to Cobweb Connections and Still Glides The Stream. (Polydor ‎– 3577972 )
  • MOTORHEAD What's Words Worth? (1983 UK 9-track vinyl LP, capturing the legendary rockers live at The Roundhouse, London on 18th February 1978 under the unlikely moniker of Iron Fist & The Hordes From Hell [no-one seems to remember why!] - no overdubs, just three hirsute geezers tearing their way through a dynamite set, including versions of White Line Fever, Leaving Here & City Kids, housed in a glossy sleeve with a bizarre but striking image of an axe buried in a William Wordsworth statue. (Back On Black – BOBV160LP)
  • 1979’s The Aegean Sea is somewhat of a companion piece to the previous year’s Pacific. A beautiful piece of Japanese smooth fusion-jazz with elements of traditional Greek music and Balearic grooves, it’s one of Hosono’s cleanest and most focused works to date. Long sought after by collectors this record is nearly impossible to find in original pressings outside of Japan and this is a welcome reissue of one of the greatest titles in Hosono’s seemingly infinite catalog. Essential Japanese jazz fusion. (Victory ‎– V25AH506)
  • Reissue of their debut 7" from 1983. (Radikal 1977 Records – RK-027, Subterfuge Records – 210311SUB, Dos Rombos Discos – 108 799-7)
  • Radiation Tapes present a cassette reissue of Dinosaur Jr.'s Green Mind, originally released in 1991. Formed in 1984, Dinosaur Jr. carved a singular path through the latter half of the 1980s, issuing three highly influential albums in the process before finding a home with Sire Records, who issued Green Mind in 1991 as the alternative American rock scene the band had long been part of exploded globally. Produced by a stripped-down line-up of the group (in fact, J Mascis himself plays almost everything), the album and Sire's international reach took Dinosaur Jr's reputation to a new level, aided by the singles The Wagon (1990) and Whatever's Cool With Me (1991), a non-album EP of new material and live recordings, all of which are included here alongside a previously unreleased live recording capturing the group at the Hollywood Palladium in June 1991. Critically lauded on release, Green Mind remains one of the band's strongest collections, and a firm fan favorite. Limited edition of 350 on cassette. (Radiation Records)

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