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Distortion: 1996-2007 (140G/Clear Splatter Vinyl)
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Vinyl, Import, 22 January 2021
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- Product Dimensions : 31.6 x 32.69 x 4.6 cm; 2.7 Kilograms
- Manufacturer : DEMON RECORDS (BOX SET)
- Original Release Date : 2021
- Label : DEMON RECORDS (BOX SET)
- ASIN : B08N2GZBYG
- Number of discs : 9
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Limited nine clear vinyl LP pressing. Demon Records presents Distortion: 1996-2007, the second in a series of four expansive vinyl box sets chronicling the solo career of legendary American musician Bob Mould. Volume Two in this new series includes six studio albums across eight LPs, including Bob Mould, The Last Dog And Pony Show, Modulate. (first time on vinyl), Long Playing Grooves. (first time on vinyl), Body Of Song, and BLOWOFF (first time on vinyl). Each album is presented with brand new artwork designed by illustrator Simon Marchner and pressed on 140g clear vinyl with unique splatter effects. Accompanying the studio albums is a new compilation Distortion Plus: 1996-2007 which features an array of bonus tracks including the demo version of 'Dog On Fire' (Theme from The Daily Show), B sides and other rarities (pressed on clear vinyl). Includes a 28-page companion booklet featuring: liner notes by journalist Keith Cameron; contributions from Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard and Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino; lyrics and memorabilia.
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The collection's great, the packaging is awesome. And the records are actually good pressings, but they came with dirt stuck on them that a simple record brush won't handle. I've got a VPI cleaner that took care of all that, so I'm happy. But other people who don't have one might have problems. If it sounds like too many pops for a fresh pressing, see if you can get them scrubbed. They're probably not defective.