Slightly Stoopid ‎– Everyday Life, Everyday People

Label:
Stoopid Records ‎– SR-013LP
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Misprint, Amber, Gold Marbled
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Record 1 Side A
A1 Glocks
A2 Stay The Same (Prayer For You)
Featuring – Don Carlos (2)
A3 Fire Below
Record 1 Side B
B1 If You Want It
Featuring – Alborosie
B2 Too Late
B3 Livin’ In Babylon
Featuring – Yellowman
B4 Higher Now
Featuring – Chali 2NA
Record 2 Side A
C1 Legalize It
Featuring – Ali Campbell
C2 No One Stops Us Now
C3 Talk Too Much
Featuring – Don Carlos (2)
Record 2 Side A [sic]
D1 Punisher
D2 Everyday People
Featuring – G. Love
D3 One More Night

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Notes

Pre-order Limited Edition 12" Marbled Double Vinyl + Slipmat. Limited to 1,000 copies. Gatefold sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 020286226420

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polypetalous

polypetalous

July 22, 2018
hmmm.. Kinda a weird pressing.
First mine is the Limited Edition Marbled Amber/Gold (bought from Pledge Music), but;
1) Mine DID NOT come with a slipmat
2) The catalog number on mine is SR-013LP, the same as the "regular release" DO NOT see #REDD-STO-6420 anywhere
3) Album is 45 rpm, but not marked 45rpm anywhere, took me a couple of songs to realize

Those facts aside, albums are pressed nicely and packaged well.
The LPs are 180 gram ( I weighed em)
Mine are flat, no warps
LPs come in really nice heavy poly sleeves
I wouldn't say this pressing is "quiet," there is some noise on these pressings, more so than the last few SS LPs
Album presentation is nice gatefold is heavy weight and is vibrantly printed, almost metallic/shimmery print - nice
There are NO inserts or anything additional in mine.

As for the music.. well its Slightly Stoopid doing what they have been for the last few albums... ie groove based reggae with lots of instruments and lots of guest singers, nothing terribly revolutionary or genre pushing but a good, enjoyable mellow listen.

I recommend this for the Slightly Stoopid fans.. All things considered I would imagine the "regular black vinyl pressing" to be as good as this "limited edition." But honestly, I am a little disappointed in this "limited edition," feels a bit shallow, especially if you dont even get the swag like Slipmat as you are supposed to... shame.

Still love SS, but may not be in such a hurry to preorder next go around.