The only known Canadian copy of the record was salvaged by a pressing plant employee in 1987.
The only silver lining to moving tons of vinyl, plus some sweet tunes from Thou, False, Habak, Neckbeard Deathcamp, Penance Stare, and more.
It'll be released through Urban Outfitters, because where else would you release a piece of meme-vinyl?
On the evolving dialectics of metal materialism and some killer new tunes from Anicon, Down Among the Dead Men, Closet Witch, Churchburn, and more.
The Flaming Lips say they want to make vinyl from Miley's urine. Ugh.
From the guy who complains about the day's commercialization to the guy who dutifully buys whatever Bob Dylan exclusive crap they've got, here are all the characters you can expect to encounter.
The first instalment of a new fun column, guilt-tripping you about everything you love.
His new limited-edition drop of 'Endless' transfers it from its original video format to VHS, CD, vinyl, the deepest corners of your mind.
David Simon's porn-ucopia drama is making all the right moves—unlike some of its prestige TV predecessors.
Niche? Yes. Would I buy one? Also absolutely yes.
"Instead of having a thing with the download within, we just have a giant piece of beautiful paper."
In 1966, the KFC founder spent tens of thousands of dollars to fund a record by a children’s Christian mandolin band, but where did all the copies go?