Mission Of Burma ‎– The Obliterati

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Tracklist

2Wice 3:55
Spider's Web 3:23
Donna Sumeria 5:58
Let Yourself Go 3:31
1001 Pleasant Dreams 3:47
Good, Not Great 2:06
13 4:19
Man In Decline 3:23
Careening With Conviction 3:46
Birthday 3:08
The Mute Speaks Out 3:24
Is This Where? 3:38
Period 3:23
Nancy Reagan's Head 4:28

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OLE 683-1 Mission Of Burma The Obliterati(2xLP) Matador OLE 683-1 US 2006 Sell This Version
OLE 683-1 Mission Of Burma The Obliterati(8xLP) Matador OLE 683-1 US 2006 Sell This Version
OLE 683-2 Mission Of Burma The Obliterati(CD, Album) Matador OLE 683-2 US 2006 Sell This Version
OLE 683-2, OLE 683-9 Mission Of Burma The Obliterati(CD, Album + DVD-V) Matador, Matador OLE 683-2, OLE 683-9 US 2006 Sell This Version
OLE 683-2V Mission Of Burma The Obliterati(CD, Album, Promo) Matador OLE 683-2V US 2006 Sell This Version
none Mission Of Burma The Obliterati(CD, Promo) Matador none US 2006 Sell This Version

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jon.torrez.3

jon.torrez.3

May 28, 2019
edited 5 months ago
referencing The Obliterati, 8xLP, OLE 683-1

What an incredibly strange release. I picked this up used at a shop for 24 bucks. I knew going into the purchase that this was going to be an obnoxious listen: 8 tracks spread across 8 A sides with Shepard's "iconic" art work etched into the B sides. Five stars for content and audio quality alone. One would be better off finding the two LP release of the album proper. It does have quite a few more songs on it after all.
Rockosurf

Rockosurf

January 14, 2018
referencing The Obliterati, 8xLP, OLE 683-1
This was actually marketed as " There's a Time and Place to Punctuate" as a subscription series leading up to the release of The Obliterati. Item pictured in this listing is 1/50 signed by the artist Shepard Fairey and was offered along with the CD singles through the artist's website. Another 450-500 copies were sold as the subscription series through the band's wesite and sold out in under 5 days. Of those, a few handfuls were packaged together as all records and sold as "There's a Time and Pace to Punctuate" under cat# OLE 700 in retail stores. My copy was purchased at Newbury Comics and was shrink wrapped, with price tag indicating this cat #.