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Lost Sound Tapes lathe cut series

Set your indie record collector clock to 12pm (PST) sharp today {November 1, 2010} to snatch up one of the extremely limited edition subscriptions to Lost Sound Tapes‘ lathe-cut 7″ subscription series.

Just how LTD is it? Only 45 subscriptions will be available for public consumption! Each subscriber will receive one 7″  each month for six months with the first installment shipping end of December/early January and nearly all songs are exclusive to the subscription series.

I know you and I are going to be competing against a lot of quick-typing folks to complete our order first, so I think it’d be safest to bookmark the page with the order link now:

Per the official announcement, the bands participating are:
Charlie Mcalister – Legendary weirdo home-taper from Charleston, SC

Sandy City – Lo-Fi surf punk wannabes from Washington state

Tyson Ballew – Catchy folk punk stuff, solid dude from Missoula, MT

Hair – Acoustic pop alter ego of the 8-bit Andrew WK synth rockers Math The Band

weakness – Raw garage punk from Cincinnati, OH, blown speakers and distortion

Stephen Steinbrink – Also known as French Quarter, important folk songs from AZ