Nathan Johnson (2), Kid Koala ‎– Looper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Mondo (3) ‎– MOND-006, Mondo (3) ‎– MOND-006.5
2 × Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
All Media, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition


Released at MondoCon 2014. Embossed cover with Gold Foil paint, housed in a custom hand made Burlap Sack. Variant edition comes with bonus 7" in embossed cover with silver foil (This).
Comes in plastic bag with Sticker and inlay with liner notes by Nathan Johnson and credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Sides A-D, stamped (J over L)): Masterdisk JL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): MOND-006 A RE 2 5-86907 RE-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): MOND-006 RE 2-B 5-86908 RE-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): MOND-006 C RE-1 5-86909 RE-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): MOND-006 D RE-1 5-86910 RE-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E, etched): R-27919 R-27919 MOND-006.5 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F, etched): R-27920 R-27920 A+B 2 MOND-006.5 B


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July 4, 2016
Holy shit I did not believe it but its true what Mondo delivers here as "highest soundquality" is mediocre.
sounds like a bad bootleg and thats it what the pressing plant may usually do...why do such experts like Mondo work with such an grappy pressing plant?
No question the package / cover / design and soundtrack itself are great but I'm not sure if I want such a pressing in my collection.
Loud surface noise, endless cracklings, repeating loop noise with each turning, labels out of center,
bad drilled hole.
thats to bad.



February 23, 2016

This review below only addresses the packaging and not the actual pressing itself that I can tell (my German is pretty rough these days, so I apologize if I missed any discussion of the records themselves and the music). I completely agree that the packaging and artwork is out of this world, but the actual pressing leaves a lot to be desired. My copy has horrible fluttering at the start of every side and skips frequently, and I guarantee that this is not an issue with my cartridge or table. There is also a disturbing amount of surface noise present throughout. Musically, it's an eerie, primarily electronic action score. It's cool sounding, but not something that has a lot of replay value. The single is actually my favorite part of this package by far. The Kid Koala track is very cool, and you get the main theme right there on the other side. It's really all I need right there.

So in summary, I wish they had spent less time burning the perfect hole in the damn burlap sack (which I have a very difficult time getting the record out of), and more time getting the pressing right so the music sounded better and making it more listenable. Honestly, the two main discs will probably never make it back onto my table. The single I will listen to a lot.