"Where'd You Find That?!": An Illustrated Discography of the (Almost) Unique
The Five - Act of Contrition 7" test press
No sleeve. Blank white labels. Only a couple of penciled numbers on the generic white innersleeve -- one of which matches the one scratched in the dead wax. The previous owner purchased this at a Pittsburgh, PA record store, so the geography makes sense. The songs and mix seem to be exactly the same as the 500-press regular edition. Four of these made? Who knows? But I do know that "Death Chord" is a great song, and you should pick up the Bloodstains Across the Midwest LP immediately if you wanna hear it.
Band member Tom Moran adds: "I'm sure we have a copy of that pressing in the 'archive', so that would make two."
The image on the right shows the labels on the regular issue.
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