This double LP was previously known as Technically Unsound but the guys have gotten older and a bit rounder so the artwork has been updated a bit. This version has the exact same songs on it as the CD version as well as the previous vinyl version in the 1996-2006 box set. The major difference you notice is all new artwork as well as the vinyl color for this version. But wait, there's more, this version comes with a digital download card that allows you to digitally download it and listen to it anywhere you like. But that’s not all, The Lillingtons very first release (I lost my marbles 7") has been completely remixed (NOT Remastered) and sounds like its 2014 instead of 1964 and so the newly remixed version can be found on the download. This release was done to accompany the band on the road with their East coast and Canadian tour dates. There are 300 being pressed and they are all on heavy (one red disc and one blue disc) vinyl. Comes with digital download card.
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Nora from Lansing, MI
Mar 22 2015
This collection in a non-box set format is a long time coming. It's not even funny how many years the pop punk masses have been on the hunt for and paying too much for old Clearview splits and such just to get some good old Lillingtons jams. This bad boy is the bomb and frickin' finally man. Aside from the Shit Out Of Luck LP, this is all you need to have the awesome stuff. Don't think there was an insert full of recording details and lyrics, that would have been nice, also using glue that actually holds the LP jacket shut would have too (or just make it a gatefold as it should be), but when you're trying to make 50k colored variations to get your shit to sell out in 5 minutes and still be forever sought after by the music lovers, why bother? At least I can spin these jams now.