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    Minus The BearVoids

    Label:Suicide Squeeze – SSQ152
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear With Blue, Black And Peach Splatter
    Country:USA & Europe
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock

    Tracklist

    A1Last Kiss
    Written-BySnider*
    A2Give & Take
    Written-BySnider*
    A3Call The Cops
    Written-ByRose*
    A4Invisible
    Written-BySnider*
    A5What About The Boat?
    Written-BySnider*
    B1Silver
    Written-ByRose*, Snider*
    B2Tame Beasts
    Written-ByRose*
    B3Erase
    Written-BySnider*
    B4Robotic Heart
    Written-ByRose*
    B5Lighthouse
    Written-ByRose*, Snider*
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    Limited edition of 5000 copies. The first 200 LP pre-orders also received a 11"x17" poster and slipmat.

    The jacket features PMS inks, a die-cut cover with a printed inner sleeve and contains a download code.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Printed on hyper sticker): 803238099316
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Inner]): 26833.1(2)... SSQ152A
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Outer]): RJ STERLING
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 26833.2 SSQ152B RJ STERLING

    Other Versions (5)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Voids (CD, Album)Suicide SqueezeSSQ152USA & Europe2017
    New Submission
    Voids (Cassette, Album)Suicide SqueezeSSQ152USA & Europe2017
    New Submission
    Voids (LP, Album, 180g)Suicide SqueezeSSQ152USA & Europe2017
    New Submission
    Voids (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue, Electric)Suicide SqueezeSSQ152USA & Europe2017
    New Submission
    Voids (CD, Album)Suicide Squeeze, Hostess Entertainment UnlimitedHSE-6428Japan2017

    Reviews

    ckaufman90's avatar
    ckaufman90
    Noisey pressing. The depth of the recording is stellar, but the QA from the pressing plants is just unacceptable these days. I have recordings from the 60's that have less noise than this. WTF?