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CzarfaceCzarmageddon!

Label:Silver Age – SIL-022-LP
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

A1Damien’s Dinner Time2:24
A2The Czarlaac Pit
FeaturingFrankie Pulitzer
2:38
A3Can It Be?2:18
A4Walk Thru Walls3:27
A5Splash Page1:59
A6Bob Laczar2:54
B1Big Em Up
FeaturingLion Eye
3:12
B2Nu Mutantes2:20
B3Fearless & Inventive
FeaturingKool Keith
2:30
B4Boogie Defmix2:18
B5Czarv Wolfman3:04
B6Logan2:38
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Notes

Gatefold sleeve in clear/resealable plastic jacket bearing hype-sticker.

Sticker (Text): "Czarmageddon! is upon us, so buckle up & batten down as the mighty Czarface fights for his life! This limited edition includes the Czarface Universe Trading Cards Series 1"

Includes one packet of eight Trading Cards featuring artwork by Lamour Supreme.

Front-sleeve artwork is a recreation of/tribute to the cover-art of 'Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars' Vol.1 #10 by Mike Zeck and Terry Austin.

"The Czarlaac Pit" contains a sample from “Lotus” by Sven Wunder, used courtesy of Piano Piano.

Released on Record Store Day 2022 - 'RSD First' issue of 10,000 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0706091202735
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A etched): SIL-022-LP-A NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B etched): SIL-022-LP-B NRP

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Czarmageddon! (CD, Album)Silver AgeSIL 022-CDUS2022
New Submission
Czarmageddon! (Cassette, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Lunch Box)Silver AgeSIL-022-CAUS2022
New Submission
Czarmageddon! (12×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)Silver Agenone2022
bubcentral's avatar
bubcentral
Great lp, clean, crisp but quieter than other record pressings I own.
Lunchbox and cassette plus lp are a great set. (Even though I've no cassette player at all. Only a record player.)
Noticed on opening the cards a slight anomaly: both cards #1 from series 1 and 2 have the same info printed on the back of the cards... although image on front of both is different.

I'm not sure if I'll mount these on the record sleeves inner as intended, maybe as the cards are not stickers photo corner mounts might be a better option as it won't spoil the card but just leave the mounts on the records sleeve. I'm not one for buying to stay mint, I buy for the product and it's sound too.
EMount91's avatar
EMount91
this record sounds great, its very loud and in your face and the bass is heavy. presentation a+ with those trading cards too.
yearoftheshark's avatar
Music is really good! Love the trading cards, so stoked that this is not one of their instrumental RSD releases
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xmarifulx
Have to agree with others here. Sound quality (mastering) and sleeve is fantastic. QC is not very good. My copy had very sharp edges and some smudging, but after running it through my spin clean a couple of times it plays totally fine.
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jimmiescoffee
Very cheap, flawed press. Probably biggest bummer of all the stuff I bought on RSD. Just a Cheap press with flaws all over it.

Cards are kind of cool.
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MintPillow
Man people are ppppiiiiiicccccckkkkkkkkyyyyy - if you like Czar, you'll LOVE this release, end of story.
mewds's avatar
mewds
my b side is pressed off centre tone arm waving all over the place
Javalarc's avatar
Javalarc
Edited 2 months ago
Like all Czarface releases, they come with the worst paper sleeves that are the equivalent of styrofoam packing peanuts inside the record grooves. And, like all Czar releases, the record discs themselves can be used as weapons if you're wanting to do a Gladiator (Melvin Potter) cosplay thing.
Everything else about this release is fire, was glad to grab one from my local shop.
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Mtache1212
The cards are fun. Gatefold is quality. The record QC was bad. I have several scratches and the edge is so sharp with vinyl peeling away. I could use it as a Machete. The music is crazy. I love the change in sound and the record plays great. Happy nonetheless.
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TheThirdChild
Edited 2 months ago
QC was terrible on my copy. Really bad edges and extremely dirty. Whooshing noise during playback on A1 and B1 as well. Anyone else have issues? Notice quite a bit of sibilance also