Long Legged Woman ‎– Nobody Knows This Is Nowhere

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Pollen Season ‎– PSV001
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
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Recorded December 2007.

A release of 500. (Almost) All on brown art board. There have been innumerable editions of the art work. Approximately 150-200 were the "official" black and green screen printed edition. Also many different versions of the tour edition (including retardedest and retarder edition, as well as many unnamed variants) featuring a glued xerox of the four band members. The Thor's Rubber Hammer Payback Edition, featuring the same "tour" artwork but with a custom spray paint poster. The RE-UP'd Edition featuring a replication of the "tour" art, but with the nobody knows title included as part of the xerox and not spray painted on. Approx. 100 or more individually collaged unique record covers were made also. There was also one "Pizza Box" Edition, where the record was housed in a personally decorated Serrano's pizza box. It was leftover from the band members ordering pizza and turned into album art, including the receipt as an insert with one of the band members phone number on it. Many different inserts were included in different versions.

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Njoenka

Njoenka

September 28, 2015
As far as I know, I had both of the 'regular' versions of the record. Only have the green/black one now, since gave the other to a friend. I do have a sweet personalized message written on a food stamp cancellation notice tho.
pollenseason

pollenseason

March 12, 2015
There are a multitude of different versions out there! As a member of the band and one of the leading forces behind Pollen Season/releasing this album, I would encourage everyone with Variant Editions to document them here and name them if necessary. I cannot even remember all the versions we made, but i would love to hear about them. Take a photo, take a couple minuets to catalog your individual art experience with the album and post it up here so we can all appreciate the diverse art of this ever changing record.