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Chris Carter: The Spaces Between (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP
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2018 repress of Chris Carter's debut solo album, originally released in 1980. Grey colored vinyl pressing. Optimo Music 2018.
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March 23, 2012
This is a good album, i am not going to bother getting into the music. This is not exactly a reissue though. This was an solo album done by Chris Carter, originally on tape, and then on CD in the nineties. The CD, if you can get it, is amazing! This record, which is actually more or less it's own deal, and not so amazing. First off, the actual vinyl is thin, and flimsy, if your going to do a proper reissue, spend the money on 180 gram instead of using crappy cheap material. Second, the tracks have been cut down to pretty much the essentials, so much of the the original CD is gone, and the only perk i would say is the added track at the end, which is a nice bonus, but doesn't really make up for the cheap package. Basically, it feels like not alot of money was put into it, the cover feels cheap, no insert, and flimsy vinyl. You would think you were purchasing a single, but with how much this record costs, you really end up feeling ripped off. It is truly a shame that Chris Carter didn't stop this, and opt to re release it himself on his conspiracy international label. The fact that he would be ok with this has pretty much scared me out of picking up the reissue's of the Chris & Cosey records. Sidenote, the recent throbbing gristle reissue's on the other hand were AMAZING! It's just too bad i can't say the same for this release. The album though, is an amazing one, try to think if you could get an album full of Chris Carter's little electronic pieces that were on each Throbbing gristle release, and you have this album. If this is the only way you can get this release, and you have to have it on vinyl, then get it, but if you want all the tracks, and are expecting quality, i wouldn't bother. At this point, i am crossing my fingers for a better reissue from either IR or CTI. This album deserves a better release than this.
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