Acid King ‎– Middle Of Nowhere, Center Of Everywhere

Svart Records ‎– SVR362
Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided
All Media, Album


A1 Intro
A2 Silent Pictures
A3 Coming Down From Outer Space
B1 Laser Headlights
B2 Red River
C1 Infinite Skies
C2 Center Of Everywhere
C3 Outro

Companies, etc.



500 black - this version
500 transparent space blue
200 Tiger splatter (orange / black)

Comes with a download code and poster. No barcode.
Clean D-side, with no etching or runout information.

Recorded by Billy Anderson at Sharkbite Studios, Oakland, CA, except "Red River" and "Coming Down From Outer Space", recorded by Toshi Kasai at Tiny Telephone Studios, San Francisco, CA with additional tracking by Anderson.

Uncredited press info identified by runout.
Clean D-side.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Machine Stamped): 127988E1/B XVINYLX.COM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Machine Stamped): 127988E2/B XVINYLX.COM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout, Machine Stamped): 127988E3/A XVINYLX.COM

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SVR362CD Acid King Middle Of Nowhere, Center Of Everywhere(CD, Album, Dig) Svart Records SVR362CD Finland 2015 Sell This Version
SVR362 Acid King Middle Of Nowhere, Center Of Everywhere(LP, Blu + LP, S/Sided, Blu + Album) Svart Records SVR362 Finland 2015 Sell This Version
SVR362 Acid King Middle Of Nowhere, Center Of Everywhere(CDr, Album, Promo) Svart Records SVR362 Finland 2015 Sell This Version
SVR362 Acid King Middle Of Nowhere, Center Of Everywhere(LP, Ora + LP, S/Sided, Ora + Album, Ltd) Svart Records SVR362 Finland 2015 Sell This Version


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February 24, 2016
Looking at Middle of Nowhere, Center of Everywhere vinyl, while it inexorably turns under the stylus of the record player, induces hypnosis and daze. The slowness of the vinyl turning on the turntable is minimal in comparison to the one of the music. After a 10 years pause, the new songs of the band from San Francisco follow an extremely dilated, elliptical movement, comparable to the inappreciable revolution of the planet Earth. Like orbits of immense planets, the trajectories followed by the ultra-heavy songs venture in the infinity of the space, coming back, cyclically, to the starting point, always along well defined paths, yet never sounding "already heard". The Mark Lamb bass - plump, enveloping and warm - is the gravitational wave that moves the pieces. The rocky distortion of Lori S guitar is the energy that makes them solid and mighty. While following the singsong of the singer/guitar player, getting lost in the deep space is unavoidable. Cosmic stoner doom that - in the same way as the totally gaudy cover artwork - has no intention to resort to half measures. All the ones willing to make a funny (oneway) trip into the space abyss are warmly invited to get on board.


July 17, 2015
Has got to be the worst packaging I've ever seen on a 2XLP. The records don't even fit inside the sleeve! This is also a gatefold cover with one side being completely sealed off and not utilized whatsoever. Acid King just has the worst luck with releases in 2000+. All these amateur labels releasing their musical genius with garbage engineering and press plants.

Get your shit together.