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Roundup April, 30 2011

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01. Robert Johnson Special “The Complete Original Masters” on twelve 10nch records.

“Recreated in the historical look and feel of the twelve 10” 78rpm discs that originally carried Robert Johnson’s music into the world in 1936 and 1937 (only playing at 45rpm), this Limited Edition collector’s set will be individually numbered to 1000. Housed in an actual 78rpm album book – each “page” being a sleeve holding a single disc – each vinyl disc is outfitted with reproductions of the original record labels. Also included is a unique booklet with new essays telling the updated story of Robert Johnson, photos and more!.” (crj)

02. Alteria Percepsyne – All You See Is A Ghost [H.D] (above)

“Alteria Percepsyne – “All You See Is A Ghost”. Taken from the ‘Cloaks Of Perception’ CD [limited edition of 200 worldwide with bonus CD]. Released on the Other Heights label [OH#Five]. February 2011.”

03. MF DOOM “Operation Doomsday” Deluxe 4xLP Set

“Stones Throw finally just put up the preorder for the deluxe 4xLP version of MF DOOM’s “Operation Doomsday”. It includes four records (42 tracks total including the remastered album, alternate versions, b-sides, instrumentals, etc), a lyric book, and a pack of collectible cards. The real news here is the remarkable packaging, weighing in at over 3.5 lbs. This is one of the best hip-hop albums of all time, well worth your $59.95. Long live deluxe hip-hop vinyl! Visit StonesThrow.com.” (omgvinyl)

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