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When I heard that this album was about to come with Chemical Legs, She Melts, and ID(4U), I knew that I would buy it on day one. It's very rare for an artist to publicly release demos; in fact, Com Truise was the very first one within my knowledge to do that, the second being Blank Banshee just months later.
When songs become sort of rare and invisible to surface-level fans, it really makes them a lot more special, and to release them later in a more polished, "official" fashion is a smart move. lesserknownsounds
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I've been listening to this album for a few years now and I finally got around to getting it on vinyl. I often wondered if this album is the sound of the future as it's was very advanced sounding when it first came out . this will probably be his magnum opus in the years to come danny_vee