Kayo Dot - Hubardo (3xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle) (VG+)

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Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
great shape used copy w/ poster and signed on back of sleeve

*The photos shown here are stock photos provided as reference and do not reflect the condition of the item we have in stock.

Label: Ice Level Music - ILM-006
Format: 3xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle
Country: US
Released: 2014-01-00


Limited to 300 on clear/black smoke. 11" x 22" poster including credits and lyrics,
Also available as Deluxe clear/black smoke vinyl edition with:
- Kayo Dot t-shirt
- guitar pick
- sticker
- a hand-numbered, printed version of "The Sword Of Satan," a five-chapter, brand new (but ten years in the making) poem by lyricist Jason Byron, which illuminates some of Kayo Dot's lyrical content of the past decade 
and on black vinyl, limited to 200 copies.

Pre-orders received an email with download of the entire album in advance of its release.

Track List:

A1. The Black Stone
A2. Crown-In-The-Muck
B1. Thief
B2. Vision Adjustment To Another Wavelength
C1. Zlida Caosgi (To Water The Earth)
C2. The First Matter (Saturn In The Guise Of Sadness)
D1. The Second Operation (Lunar Water)
D2. Floodgate
E1. And He Built Him A Boat
E2. Passing The River
F. The Wait Of The World


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Mastered At Chicago Mastering Service
Recorded At Avast! Recording Co.
Mixed At Avast! Recording Co.

Backing Vocals - BC Campbell
Backing Vocals - Jessika Kenney
Bass, Synth, Piano, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Organ, Vocals, Percussion, Producer, Music By - Toby Driver
Drums - Keith Abrams
Engineer [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant] - Scott Cedarholm
Flute, Alto Saxophone, Piano, Organ - Terran Olson
Guitar, Sampler - Ron Varod
Mastered By - Jason Ward
Music By - Kayo Dot
Photography By - Rachel Wolf
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Synth [Design] - Randall Dunn
Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Daniel Means
Trumpet, Horn [In F] - Tim Byrnes
Violin, Synth - Mia Matsumiya
Words By - Jason Byron

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