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7" Square Picture Disc Lathe Cut Record - Spooky Tales and Scary Noises
We have a special limited edition for this release (50 copies only), on 7" picture disc lathe cut records.
What is a lathe cut record ? This is basically between a vinyl record and a very cool collectible piece of art. Each record is hand carved on plexiglass and cut on a custom lathe. Like a finger print no two records are a like. Sound is mono, and there is an amount of surface noise on these records (similar to that of an old, dirty record) so don't have too high expectations concerning sound quality. But all records are playable on most turntables and the lo-fi sound is spot on for these creepy Halloween songs ! More informations on lathe cut records here : www.precariancuts.com
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These four Spaniards offer up four crisp, tight instro surf songs. Two of the titles suggest creepiness, but neither is especially creepy. They are especially good, though. They also do an instrumental version of Destination Venus, which was made popular among surf fans by Man...or Astroman? who did it with vocals. I like this version better. The last song is another spacey tune that can help you visualize far away galaxies, and is also a really good song. Long story short: This rules. John Nunnally
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Before they became Kobanes, these Chicago Ramones-inspired poppy punkers formed this instro-surf band with a creepy, satanic theme and actually came up with twelve great, spooky instrumental surf tunes that transcend the schlock. Recorded in the Mecca of pop-punk, Sonic Iguana, by the Pope of pop-punk, Mass Giorgini ten years ago, then they broke up and none of us even knew about it until now. It's a very unlikely scenario, but hey, the devil works in mysterious ways. John Nunnally