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Up Sides - Umps And Dumps - The Moons In A Fit (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Up Sides - Umps And Dumps - The Moons In A Fit (Vinyl, LP)

  1. I am pretty sure that I own most editions of Dark Side of the Moon that have come out on CD. I have a few copies of the off-the-shelf original edition, the box set edition, gold edition and now this latest one that seems to be a remastering done in /5(3).
  2. Doom Side Of The Moon: Doom Side Of The Moon LP - vinyl album/LP (12" size), released in Europe by Music Theories Recordings (MTR), Barcode: -- yellow vinyl, die-cut sleeve -- Genre: Heavy Metal -- Alternative / Indie -- Rock/5(20).
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  5. Dub Side of the Moon displays a kind of spaced-out spirituality that seems to reflect exactly what psychedelic rock and dub reggae have in common. And speaking of genre, this album is Jamaican to the core so don't expect a reggae/psy-rock mutation; think of it more like Jacques Loussier's Bach renditions/5().
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  7. I received my copy on white vinyl yesterday. I cleaned it right away before I played which is what I hope everyone is doing with theirs. Anyway, aside a little surface noise, in particular on the a side of the 2ND disc, my pressing didn't seem that bad. It definitely sounds fantastic on vinyl!

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