When Marcus posted on Vinyl Noize about the Brotherhood 7 inch on red, it put a target in my sights. I've loved Brotherhood since I first received the As Thick As Blood LP from Crucial Response back in the early 90's, but for some reason I've never really set out to collect their vinyl. I've picked up piece here and there over the years, but it has never really been something that I've actively sought out. Reading Marcus' post on VN, kind of woke me up to how much I needed this record. He wondered how high this auction was going to go, and while I'm sure that his posting helped inflate the price a bit, it was still worth every penny that I paid.
Everything about this record is perfect...the songs, the layout, the red cover with the red vinyl and blue labels...even the photos make you jealous that you weren't at that show, leaving you only to dream about being up front and singing along.
Since my Fuck Racism copy didn't come with a lyric sheet, I'm glad to finally have one with this copy.
While it has never officially been on my Want List, it feels pretty damn good to own a copy of this.
Second pressing of 500 on red vinyl.