Faten Kanaan ‎– The Botanist & The Archaeologist

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Polytechnic Youth ‎– PY28
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Stereo LP Pressing of 300 (includes signed individual insert art work)
Roman de Gare loosely based on a Georgian Folk Song
Vocals for Ballad of S. Starling recorded at Red Bull Studios NYC by Eric Gorman & Marion Ross III

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apricotfireplace

apricotfireplace

April 10, 2017
hi beatflip, dom from PY here. Faten herself alerted me to the problem you have experienced and i am sorry that your copy sounds so poor. i personally don't supply juno but do of course supply their seller and i can promise you that no copies bar my own are ever played to risk scratching / marks etc. this is a weird scenario for sure....

re: shrinkwrapping, this doesn't cure a problem that might stem from them leaving the pressing plants with faults (thankfully not something i've experienced).

i would offer to replace yours but i sincerely have my own single copy only.... D|PY
beatflip

beatflip

April 3, 2017

Shame about the poor QC. Mine arrived brand new from Juno with two awful scratches. The one in the beginning of Spy Films is unbearable. Wish they'd do a sealed repress.
morethanhumanrecords

morethanhumanrecords

January 18, 2017
This is an excellent album - wistful, elegiac and beautiful...