Manchester Orchestra – Simple Math (1st Press)

Posted: June 5, 2011 in Vinyl
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Manchester Orchestra’s latest full length, Simple Math was pressed on 150 gram vinyl. Why advertise something as not being on the best material is beyond me, but Sony decided to put a red sticker on the front on this record stating the fact that it’s not pressed on 180 gram vinyl. I doubt Favorite Gentlemen wanted to put that sticker on. Pressing numbers were never released and never will be. Don’t worry if you can’t afford to buy this yet as even if it appears to be out of print and sold out everywhere somewhere down the road, they will press more copies.  This happened with the past two Manchester Orchestra albums and people started shelling out $30 or more on ebay for copies of I’m Like a Virgin Losing A Child and Mean Everything To Nothing, only to find out that more copies appeared for sale in the band’s web store through Favorite Gentlemen. When the band tours, they always have copies of all their albums on vinyl at the merch table too and they’ve been doing that since 2008, usually cheaper than buying it online too.

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