My Uncle is a Cannibal - Lathe Cut Appetizer Platter


  • Singer: My Uncle is a Cannibal
  • Album's title: Lathe Cut Appetizer Platter
  • Genre: Rock
  • Label: Not on Label ‎– none
    Type: Lathe Cut, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation, Limited Edition, Stereo, Clear
    Country: US
    Date of released: 25 Dec 2013
    Category: Rock
    Style: Psychedelic Rock
  • Format: FLAC MP3 MP3 XM MP4 DMF DXD AIFF FLAC
  • Size MP3 ZIP: 1883 mb
  • Size FLAC ZIP: 1640 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 379
My Uncle is a Cannibal - Lathe Cut Appetizer Platter

Tracklist

from "My Uncle is a Cannibal", 2008
A1 Drawing on the Ghost 3:59
A2 Mudflaps & Assless Chaps 3:14
A3 Sophisticated Animal 6:41
from "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress", 2007
B1 The Water Test 5:22
B2 I Asked For a Taco (But All They Gave Me Was Speed) 3:54
B3 Wild Bill's Secret Stash 6:04

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Audio Geography

Credits

  • Bass – Bryce True
  • Drums, Percussion – Brett Zamrzla
  • Guitar, Piano – Jake Staab
  • Guitar, Vocals – Ryan Ruehlen
  • Percussion – Joshua Conner (tracks: B1-B3)
  • Producer, Engineer – Alex Harbaugh

Notes

Gift for members and family of the band, 6 made.
contains the note:
"I'm happy to present you with a sampling of MUIAC, with selections from both the album sessions and live band recordings. This is a lathe cut record, not a vinyl pressing. It's rough around the edges (quite literally), giving the record a bootleg feel. Each copy was made in real time, by the hand of Tyler Bisson in Bethel, CT. Side A has [email protected] etched in the center edge, and side B will be the reverse. Only six were made, for Ruehlen, Staab, True, Zamrzla, Conner, and I.

Playback notes: 33.3 RPM. The machines used to make lathe cuts are 50's tube technology, and have an inherent sonic aesthetic that essentially conveys a multi-generation tape-dub quality. If the playback appears very fuzzy in one channel, try resetting the needle. It may take a few tries. Keep in mind there will always be a low signal-to-noise ratio, especially on side B. Playing them will also require a a moderate effort. The lead-in grooves are very short, so you may have to eyeball the needle position to get it to catch. I also suggest increasing the tracking force (tonearm weight dial) to 2-2.5 grams if your turntable has the ability. Enjoy!

Even with these shortcomings, I am excited that your music is on a somewhat-permanent analog medium.
Thank you for the amazing times and music. Love, Alex."

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