Old Man Gloom ‎– Seminar II: The Holy Rites Of Primitivism Regressionism

Label:
Magic Bullet Records ‎– MB040
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched
All Media, Album, Blue Transparent
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Credits

  • Design [Assembly And Source Data Imagery Provided By]Jason Hellmann
  • Design [Image Development]Turner*
  • Guitar [Research Subject For Six Stringed Drone Hypnosis], Sounds [Pedal Sound Sleep Aid For Chimpanzee Fetus], Vocals [Vocal Data Entry]Aaron Turner
  • Mastered ByCaptain Dave Merullo*
  • Other [Adult Growth Research Test Subject], Drums [Rhythmic Therapy Specialist], Other [Head Of Adolescent Female Romance Development Task Force]Santos Montaño*
  • Other [Chronic Lateness Disease Test Subject], Guitar [Six String Variable Pitch Organizer], Backing Vocals [Screamed Data]Nate Newton
  • Other [Emotional Energy Transference Specialist], Backing Vocals [Primal Vocal Communications Studies Ph.d], Bass [Low End Transmission Unit]Caleb Scofield
  • Other [Funding Provided By] – Juan Perez
  • Other [Simian Elbow Disease Recovery Project Chairman], Effects [Knob Twisting Market Researcher], Technician [Electronic Sound Technician]Luke Scarola
  • Recorded By [Additional File Data Captured And Organized By]Turner*, Scarola*
  • Recorded By [Assistant]Weffrey Caxide*
  • Recorded By [Data For Flies Collected By]Kurt Ballou

Notes

500 copies on blue vinyl out of a total of 1315 copies for the first US pressing.

Side D features an etching of a gorilla and the OMG logo.

Issued in a gatefold cover with silver foil stamping.

Tracks are listed sequentially from 1. to 17.

Previously released on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/668088">CD</a> by Tortuga (2001) and on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/2089794">Vinyl</a> by Trust No One Recordings (2001).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): MBL040 A My brain is scared...
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): MBL040B And i can feel the poop coming.
  • Matrix / Runout (C-side): MBL040C

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