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Inlet (180g) Vinyl 2LP

Earth Analog RecordsSKU lp-14161

90s alternative band reunited in 2020
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"2020 album from the alt-rock icons. Hum influenced a generation of shoegaze bands, but their singularly epic sound swirls with ripples of punk and prog, too. Outside of a few scattered live shows, those glorious Hum sonics have lain dormant since the 1998 release of Heavenward Is Downward. Their first new album in 22 years has already won raves from Pitchfork, Stereogum and many others; it's a stunning return to peak form. Includes 'Waves,' 'In the Den,' 'Desert Rambler,' 'Cloud Ciry' and more! The band members oversaw every step of the re-mastering, lacquer cutting, and manufacturing stages while working with original designer Andy Mueller/Ohio Girl in updating the artwork. Each album is offered in a double-LP 180g set in black with digital download." - Earth Analog Records

  • Illinois space rock / alternative band Hum's first new album in 22 years
  • 180g black double vinyl pressing
  • entire mastering + manufacturing process overseen by the band
  • housed in gatefold sleeve w/ artwork updated by original designer Andy Mueller
  • digital download included
  • original release year: 2020
  • music label: Earth Analog Records 2023



UPC: 644110502711


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