Black Vinyl

Some articles on vinyl, black vinyl:

The Troubled Troubador (EP)
... The first pressing of the EP consisted of 500 red vinyl records and 1,000 black vinyl ... The entire red vinyl pressing, and the first 500 copies of the black vinyl version, featured a label that adapted some of Allin's line drawings and ... All but 25 copies of the red vinyl and 25 of the black vinyl were sold by December 1990, a sales figure that both amazed Allin (since he didn't think his fans would accept such a ...
Astro Launch
... It was released on Estrus Records on clear orange vinyl and black vinyl ... As the black vinyl copies are pressed onto translucent black vinyl, some discographies list the vinyl color as "rootbeer" or "clear rootbeer" ... There are also some copies pressed on opaque gray vinyl, and at least one copy on dark, ruby-red vinyl ...
Take Off Your Pants And Jacket - Release History
... in solid red, yellow and green editions, and 180 gram black vinyl ... Available in solid red or solid black vinyl ... Available in solid yellow or solid black vinyl ...
Shoes (band) - Discography - Albums
... Versailles private release LP 1976 Bazooka private release Cass 1977 Black Vinyl Shoes Black Vinyl PVC Sire (UK) Black Vinyl (BV10092) LP 1979 Present Tense Elektra LP, Cass 1980 Tongue ... Re-issue 1989 Stolen Wishes Black Vinyl (BV10189) New Rose (France) VC (Japan) CD, LP 1990 Boomerang / Shoes on Ice Black Vinyl (BV18190) CD Re-issue 1994 Propeller Black Vinyl (BV10 ...
Shoes (band)
... In 1977 Shoes recorded the album Black Vinyl Shoes in Jeff Murphy's living room and pressed 1,000 copies on their own label, Black Vinyl Records ... Soon after that Black Vinyl Shoes was licensed to PVC Records which released the album in November 1978 ... Shoes also formed their own record label, Black Vinyl Records, and owned and operated their own commercial recording studio (Short Order Recorder) from 1983 to 2004 ...

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