Posts Tagged ‘Pinhead Gunpowder’


The last actual Pinhead Gunpowder release I needed to complete my collection I finally obtained a little over a week ago. I’m pretty sure my copy is from the re-press, if you want to call it that. I believe this 7″ was originally released with a zine, then it was pressed annd sold on its own. I have no clue how many copies were pressed.

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V/A – Can Of Pork comp

Posted: January 27, 2011 in Vinyl
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Another comp I bought because it has a Pinhead Gunpowder song. This comp, Can Of Pork, was released by Lookout Records and is Lookout #44. I’m not sure how many copies were pressed, but there are two pressings of this comp. An easy way to discern between the two pressings is that the first press comes with comic book type booklet and the second press does not.

V/A – Vinyl Retentive comp

Posted: January 27, 2011 in Vinyl
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This is an old comp featuring a Pinhead Gunpowder song, which is the main reason I bought it. I have only seen one on ebay in the entire time I’ve been searching for a copy, and I snagged it for a decent price. I have no idea how many copies were pressed since it’s so old, and the label that released it, Very Small Records, is now defunct.


I bought this comp because it feature Pinhead Gunpowder. I’m not sure how many copies were pressed, but I’m pretty sure all copies were pressed on black vinyl and come with a two page fold out insert.


This is the second pressing of Compulsive Disclosure, which was done by Recess Records. The first press was done by Lookout Records on black vinyl. I have never seen pressing info for the first press anywhere, but it was in print for a long time, so there’s easily a few thousand copies in existence. The second pressing however, I have pressing info for. It was pressed on three color variants, clear, white and green, all limited to 500 copies a piece. Another thing Recess did was press the album on CD for the first time ever.

Pinhead Gunpowder – Jump Salty

Posted: November 21, 2010 in Vinyl
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This is really one of the only good things that Recess Records did with their re-presses of Pinhead Gunpowder’s catalog. Most of the albums they re-pressed were still easy to find through Lookout Records, I just slept on actually buying them till they were sold out everywhere. But with Jump Salty, Pinhead Gunpowder’s only album that was never pressed on vinyl, Recess finally gave it the vinyl treatment it was long deserving off. It was pressed on three color variants all limited to 500 copies a piece, with the colors being clear, green and white. Why Recess looked beyond the obvious color choice of yellow is anyone’s guess.


This is the second pressing of Goodbye Ellston Avenue. The first press was done by Lookout Records, with all copies being pressed on black viny. The second pressing was done by Recess Records and was spread evenly across three color variants at 500 copies on pink, clear and white.