Mudhoney / Vanishing Point - SP1020
Mudhoney will released Vanishing Point, their 9th full-length album in 25 years, on April 1 2013 in the UK and Europe and April 2 in North America,
on CD, LP and digitally.
The record label :
Sub Pop Records.
Recorded and mixed by Johnny Sangster at Avast studio B.
Overdubs recorded at Crackle & Pop!
Mastered by Bob Weston at
Chicago Mastering Servise
Photography / Emily Rieman
Art Direction / Jeff Kleinsmith
Side Projects / Other Bands
Who Is Who
Audio / Media
I Like It Small
What to Do with the Neutral
The Final Course
In This Rubber Tomb
I Don't Remember You
The Only Son of the Widow Nain
Sing This Song Of Joy
Douchebags on Parade
(CD, LP and digitally)
Loser Edition of Vanishing Point on "Clear Smoke" - colored vinyl.
Matrix reads: A-side "Why are you looking here ?" B-side "The joke is in your hands"
(To Vinyl LP pre-orderers from Sub Pop -Such is the nature with limited-edition things,
they were limited to first come, first served.)
Mudhoney Vanishing Point Bundle
Mudhoney Vanishing Point CD or LP + Mudhoney Shirt
More info on Mudhoney Ruin Gray (the Bundled shirt)
|Poster and other pre-order extras
20 random people who pre-ordered Mudhoney's 'Vanishing Point' before April 2nd will received
one of autographed posters.Some got 12-page preview of Keith Cameron's book Mudhoney: The Sound and the fury from Seattle" The full book is due out August 2013. And of course there were Mudhoney stickers and other cool stuff for lucky ones!!
Other notes: LP Inc. digital download code redeemable from the label.
There is also rumor about bonus track: Breakfast At Dick's (on Japan version only)
Not sure is it true but I let you know if i get more information about it.
|Album Art Notes|
|Album Art Note:
The album's cover is a photo Emily Rieman took of the ruins at Apamea in Syria, revealed Mark Arm in a interview with Exclaim! "She ended up going there four months before shit went haywire," he explains. "There was something about the photos of Apamea, the sky, the lighting in those photos. I remember thinking, 'That could be something cool for a record cover at some point.' When it came time, I showed them to everyone in the band, we narrowed it down to two photos, and one ended up on the front and one ended up being on the back."
Prior to the album's release, Arm told the blog Waller Not Weller that the photo also inspired the record's title. "Things just go off into the distance. It also refers to a movie that we all like," he said, likely referring to '70s B-movie Vanishing Point.
Sub Pop art director Jeff Kleinsmith added the black circle "and he made the cover look aged, which I thought was cool," says Arm, "Cause we are!"
Album art notes took from Exclaim.ca's Mark Arm Reveals the Origins of the Album Art for Mudhoney's 'Vanishing Point'
|Pre-order extra autographed poster|
|Guy, Mark, Steve, Dan and Johnny Sangster at Avast|
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