ACETATE VINYL PRESSING
only one copy ever made by Lucky Lacquers
Unlike ordinary vinyl records, which are quickly formed from lumps of plastic by a mass-production molding process, a so-called acetate disc is created by using a recording lathe to cut an audio-signal-modulated groove into the surface of a special lacquer-coated blank disc, a real-time operation requiring expensive, delicate equipment and expert skill for good results. They are made for special purposes, almost never for sale to the general public. They can be played on any normal record player but will suffer from wear more quickly than vinyl. Some acetates are highly prized for their rarity, especially when they contain unpublished material.
ATTN: this order comes with
an additional vinyl pressing of
Feathering A Nest from the 500 run on
150 gram black vinyl
First vinyl pressing of 500 copies.
500 custom mix (white / light blue / gray)
Second vinyl pressing of 500 copies
500 - 150 gram black vinyl
200 copies on tape pressed
white / black split tape
01. Feathering A Nest
Stream "Stuck" on stereogum here: http://www.stereogum.com/1705850/caddywhompus-stuck-stereogum-premiere/mp3s/
Some notes about the record:
Recorded by Matt Coppola with assistance from David Gregory and Ben Cohen in February of 2013. Vocals and overdubs were recorded at a few houses and one practice space. Lovingly mixed by Matt Coppola over the course of a year - with assistance / direction by Caddywhompus. Mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side Music.
Front and back cover illustrations by Tom Rooney, layout by Greg Rodrigue and Caddywhompus.
Chris Rehm (guitar/vocals)
Sean Hart (percussion)
Community Records Release #046 - 2014