Slug Explains Why the First Vinyl Release Of the Atmosphere "Overcast!" It Took So Long
#DXclusive: Slug provides behind the scenes information about the re-release.
The atmosphere that the fans of the own Cloud! LP on vinyl. Rhymesayers Entertainment has announced the vinyl release of the debut album of the group in the celebration of its 20th anniversary.
While the Cloudy sky! EP did fall on vinyl, the total length of project has never been released in the format. That all changes on October 27th with the arrival of a remastered version of the group's inaugural album, the one and only with the former member of Spawn.
"For the old people, this is the first time that we've put all the album on vinyl," Slug told HipHopDX. "When it was originally released Covered!, we didn't have enough money or necessarily press the Cd to the first, so we printed a version EP vinyl credit and we did the same thing with the CDs. We had to find ways to put because we didn't have enough money at the time."
Slug and Ant never imagined that I would be in a position where your album anniversary would be a great thing. Now that it is, the Atmosphere (and Rhymesayers) are doing it with style. Not vinyl collectors may want to pick up a copy, because the three unreleased songs from the original Cloudy! the sessions have been added to the LP.
"Our whole lives, we thought it would be these locals't hesitate to put four-track cassette," Slug explained. "We do not think that it would be any exposure outside of the Twin Cities. And so we never looked back. Once you started to gain that exposure, that we have begun to put more music and tried to get out to the road.
"And then we never thought, 'Hey, we're going to do a complete version of the album' [vinyl], until last year. It took him over two pieces of vinyl, as then the people records were too long. So, we decided to throw some extra pieces in the vinyl: three songs that were recorded for Cloudy! but it got cut. A song called "Broken the Rewind Button," which has me, of regeneration and Beyond, "Bus Benches" and a song called "I am the King."
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