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Cobra And Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night Vinyl 3LP

DuophonicSKU lp-10828

jazz infused spaced out 60s inspired rock, remastered w/ bonus disc
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One of the more drone oriented albums from the space rock powerhouse. After the success of Dots And Loops Stereolab took a break from releasing records every year. They came back in 1999 with Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night, an album filled with ups and downs, fits and starts. Behind the boards for the recording of the album were Jim O'Rourke (known for his work with Faust, Oval and Sonic Youth) and Tortoise's John McEntire. The results were a mix of 60s jazz, French pop, ambient, and O'Rourke's gorgeous string arrangements. Probably the most notable track is "Come And Play In The Milky Night" which Dilla sampled for Busta Rhymes "Show Me What You Got." This official 2019 Duophonic reissue comes pressed on triple vinyl, and comes complete with freshly remastered sound, a bonus disc of demos and alternate versoins, and a fold out poster. 

  • black triple vinyl pressing
  • bonus 3rd LP features demos + alternate versions
  • remastered sound
  • bespoke gatefold sleeve and pvc outer wallet
  • includes 24x24 poster of album artwork with liner notes on rear
  • digital download included
  • music label: Duophonic 2019
reviewed by Michu Meszaros 01/2017
UPC: 5060384616179

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