Fake Problems – How Far Our Bodies Go (U.S. Pressing)

Posted: October 17, 2010 in Vinyl
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Fake Problem’s debut full length, How Far Our Bodies Go, has two different versions, a U.S. version with the original album art, and a Euro version, with two exclusive bonus tracks and album art that is blue instead of pink. I have yet to purchase the Euro version, but I will in very soon. The pressing info for the U.S. version is as follows: 300 copies on clear, 500 copies on pink and 700 copies on black. The pressing info for the Euro version is 300 copies on clear and 700 copies on black.

As far as the U.S. copies go, they all come with full color dust sleeves that have the liner notes printed on them. I’m not sure about the Euro version, but I’m assuming they do as well. All U.S. copies also come with a download code, but for 192 kbps MP3’s, which sound quality wise is one slight notch above a web rip. The entire packaging, artwork wise, for the U.S. version at least, is fantastic. It might be my favorite out of my entire collection.

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