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Distortion: 1989-1995 (8LP Box Set)
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Eight vinyl LP pressing. Each album is presented with brand new artwork designed by illustrator Simon Marchner and pressed on 140g clear vinyl with unique splatter effects. Featuring an array of bonus tracks including Sugar's 1995 collection of B-sides and non-album tracks Besides, along with Distortion Plus: 1989-1995 a new and exclusive collection of rarities and collaborations (pressed on clear vinyl). Demon Records presents Distortion: 1989-1995, the first in a series of four expansive vinyl box sets chronicling the solo career of legendary American musician Bob Mould. Volume One in this new series covers 1989 to 1995, beginning with Mould's first post Hüsker Dü album Workbook and continuing through to Sugar's final studio album File Under: Easy Listening. Includes a 28-page companion booklet featuring: liner notes by journalist Keith Cameron; a foreword by writer and actor Fred Armisen; a tribute from Richard Thompson; lyrics and memorabilia. Mastered by Jeff Lipton and Maria Rice at Peerless Mastering in Boston.
- Product Dimensions : 12.83 x 12.52 x 1.89 inches; 5.51 Pounds
- Manufacturer : Demon/Edsel
- Original Release Date : 2020
- Date First Available : August 12, 2020
- Label : Demon/Edsel
- ASIN : B08FBYV44T
- Number of discs : 8
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#54,509 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
- #28,156 in Rock (CDs & Vinyl)
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The set is very nice - the new art and packaging is top notch, and I love the open-ended out box that allows you to read the spines of the records when on the shelf. The vinyl is all very clean, flat, and circular. I only got it a few days ago, but the first discs I have listened to play perfectly. The mastering sounds good - bass is full and distinct, highs clear, but it is not radically different and nothing struck me as sounding "remastered" in the obtrusive and disappointing way.
Overall, if you a vinyl collector and are a fan of Bob Mould in all his 1990s dark and moody or Sugar loud and poppy glory, I highly recommend this collection.