Wednesday August 28, 2002

Tweaker remixes available on vinyl

So you don't believe that the only difference between digital and analogue is pink noise - you like your music on a black 12" platter, sine waves as pure as can be reproduced from the master tapes -- even if your favorite album was recorded entirely on computers. Maybe you just like getting giant artwork and monsterous lyric sheets. And some of the best remixes of tracks come on promo-only vinyl. One such case is the rare 12" Linoleum record by tweaker. Attention DJs, Audiophiles & collectors - here you can find said rare record for a mere $5.50 + shipping. Beats the pants off finding it on eBay with a minimum reserve of $30 sometime next year. The 12" includes extended remixes by King Britt, Josh Wink, and Wamdue. You can also pick up Chris Vrenna's soundtrack for American McGee's Alice now. Check it out;