Another well-succeeded release coming from Reaper Records. This is the 65th release of the label I collect. Seems like they did a lot more than that. But that’s probably a deformed thought because they press numerous versions of one release.
If I own 215 different records of the entire Reaper Records catalog. And if regardless of CD’s there are 59 vinyl release (65 releases – 6 CD only releases = 59 vinyl releases), this means that I own an average of 3.6 versions per releases. And since I probably do not know the existence of several other missing versions, I can’t make the average for their entire catalog. I estimate it somewhere around 5 versions per release on average (Test, pre-order, record release, regular distro color(s), fest presses, etc…).
Numbers aside, this is again a good one. Reminds me of the early No Warning sound mostly. I think the layout looks good also, especially the vinyl labels. The cover though is a rip off from an existing painting but the chaos it breaths seems to suit the atmosphere of Born Low’s delivery or environment it’s created in.
|BORN LOW Refuse To beg Oxblood vinyl|
|Swamp green vinyl|