Odditties Sodomies Vol.3 / Scared Famous/FF>>January 29, 2021 Mexican Summer
MEX274 / MEX275
About the Vinyl:
- LPs housed with Obi-Strips and Printed Inner sleeves
- Includes Download Card
- Pressed at Record Technology, Inc.
- Original Art Design by Ariel Pink
- The Kitchen Club Vinyl Bundle offers exclusive and limited color editions of each of the ten albums being issued in four cycles over the course of 2019 and 2020
Mexican Summer presents Ariel Archives
Ariel Archives is a comprehensive series of reissues and retrospective collections concentrating on the treasure trove of material recorded and released by Ariel Pink as Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti.
Odditties Sodomies Vol. 3 is a new installment of Ariel Pink’s compilation series collecting revelatory unreleased material recorded during Ariel’s prolific series of releases as Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, focusing on the years 1997–2004. Released as a concluding entry of Ariel Archives, Odditties Sodomies Vol. 3 delivers more gems from the artist’s treasure chest of unheard or narrowly distributed music.
Along with the recently released Vol. 2, a new entry in Ariel Pink’s series compiling rare and unreleased music is now available as Odditties Sodomies Vol. 3. Including would-be classics not included on any of Pink’s original Haunted Graffiti releases in the early 2000s, Vol. 3 continues to reckon with the trove of material Ariel Pink created during the stretch of songwriting and recording that generated albums Underground, The Doldrums, Scared Famous/FF>>, House Arrest, Lover Boy, and Worn Copy.
Mexican Summer presents Scared Famous/FF>>, a key installment of Ariel Archives, the reissue project documenting Ariel Pink’s original series of albums released as Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti.
Considering the enthralling series of releases Ariel Pink released as Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti in the late 90s and early 00s, Scared Famous/FF>> occupies a special place. The album is often the fan favorite, the kind of definitive artistic statement that rewards repeat listens and yet always surprises. Twenty years later, as the album returns in an expanded, carefully remastered form (its first release in true stereo), it sounds as fresh, disturbing, and energizing as ever.
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