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#08148

Wedding Album

Artists
The New Humans and Airport War
Price
$10.00
Date
2006
Format
Audio
Details
Vinyl
Size
18.5 × 19 cm
Description

In an homage to stereo recording, this album features a left channel playing an untitled song by Airport War (with Elizabeth Sporleder on vox) and a right channel playing “Before Style” by the New Humans. The recording is a transparent 7 inch vinyl disc with an off-register yellow, red and blue wedding photo on one side, from a numbered edition of 200.

  1. Wedding Album
 

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