Thursday, August 15, 2019

Night Of The Official Bootleg

Mos Generator have been one of my favorite Heavy Rock bands for the past five years or so. They have to be one of the hardest working bands out there, as the main man behind the band, Tony Reed, seems to always have something going on. After the band had finished their European tour in 2017, Tony found a flash drive in his guitar case, which turned out to be a forgotten recording of their show in Manchester UK.

Tony Reed loves to get his hands dirty with the D.I.Y. ethic, and decided to take that live set, and press it to vinyl for the fans. He ran with the idea to design this release after the bootlegs from the 70's, and used an old David Bowie bootleg as inspiration for the design. Tony printed out the cover sheet on either yellow or blue paper, hand numbered them, and then glued them to the white cover stock. Overall, I absolutely love the look and feel of this live record.

100 pressed.

Included with the record is an insert that explains the story behind the record and gives all kinds of nerdy info regarding the setlist for the show. Excellent package through and through.

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