Sunday, October 31, 2010

VAS DEFERENS ORGANIZATION-NINTH WARD FOURTH WORLD LP - AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AND FREE PARTIAL DOWNLOAD NOW!


Yes, the wait is finally over folks. The first new album by Vas Deferens Organization (Eric Lumbleau, Matt Castille, Christopher Moock) under our own banner in nine years (coming on the heels of all our recent work with Ariel Pink as Shits And Giggles and Ariel Pink with Added Pizzazz) is now finally upon us. The first title out of the gate in our new 33 1/3 degree series on our Free Dope And Fucking In The Streets imprint, Ninth Ward Fourth World represents the distillation of the VDO aesthetic to a 151 proof fine science; a collapsing of the sinister, the absurd and the sublime into a reality-annihilating gravitational nexus. We've spared no expense in the creation of this remarkable and extremely limited audio artifact, with both the front and back of the jacket sporting full sized four-color hard plastic laminated panels and with eye-popping artwork laser etched into the center of the 180 gram vinyls in place of labels. This LP and all future releases in this series are limited to only 100 physical copies.

With a official release date of Nov. 13, this LP is offered on a strictly first come, first served basis and is limited to 3 copies per customer. Pre-orders are now being accepted Here

and look out for further new albums on Free Dope And Fucking In The Streets by Vas Deferens Organzation and it's satellites as well as the highly anticipated third album from avant pop auteur/one man band/ex-pitchfork scribe Dominique Leone.

To whet your appetite, you can download and check out all of side A in 320 kbps
Here

21 comments:

Roddus said...

Sounds Good and i would love to buy it but don't have a record player. Will it be available on CD?

Yair Yona said...

Sounds promising! excellent stuff.

vdoandsound said...

Roddus-Alas, there are no plans for a CD edition. This is the only version that it's going to exist in. Thanks for the nice words, though.

Eric

Robin said...

This is completely amazing. I'm ordering my copy now.

Capt. Willard said...

Hi Mutant Ones,

Excuse the comment clutter...
Wanted to let you know that we were zapped by The Man, but were back with a new home. If you could update/include us in your links, it would be greatly appreciated.

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All the best,
W

Anonymous said...

I've been collecting VDO for years, but this may just top them all. Much respect.

Anonymous said...

Whoah. OMG. So fried. What the fuck did you just do to my brain ;-)

Anonymous said...

I would love to listen to this, but I can't just listen to one side of an album. Guess I'll have to shell out the dough...

Jeff W. said...

Eric, this is blowwwwwwwwing my mind. I did not think you guys had pop in you.

Dan The MAD Man said...

Took me a while but I get it-- For Fucks Sake, I wish you would post the rest,, hint hint

Rope and Pulley Records said...

These tracks made my morning. Absolutely great. Thank you.

Tim Miller said...

Wonderful work Eric. Left me gasping for breath.

Anonymous said...

Sounds great! Looking forward to hearing more.

I'd like to request John Wall's Alterstill. I can't find it anywhere.

Jeff Navarro said...

I'm not sure how to contact you, except to leave a comment here!

I noticed you put "How To Become a Millionaire" in your wants list....if you mean the Earl Shoaff recording, I found it here: http://www.feedurbrain.com/forum/showthread.php?13769-How-to-Get-Everything-You-Want-out-of-Life-by-Earl-Shoaff-%28Jim-Rohn-s-Mentor%29

Thanks for all the cool music!!

Hal said...

God Damn Brilliant!

Anonymous said...

$47? negro please

vdoandsound said...

anonymous-did you notice that it was a 100 copy edition? Fabrication costs skyrocket when you get so few copies pressed. This run cost about $20 *per record* to create plus $9 a piece to ship, so you do the math and see how much we end up taking in per unit sold on this.

Eric

Anonymous said...

where did you press the records? on the nearest solar system??
2000$ for 100 vinyls, that's insane + 900$ to ship 100 records to your place? that's a crime. you should report that.

vdoandsound said...

anonymous-what you're failing to grasp here is the concept of scale. The vast majority of costs associated with pressing an LP are in the set up charges. individual vinyls costs after all the plating/stamping/reference acetates etc are relatively cheap, so the difference in cost between pressing a run of 100 and 500 copies is not very substantial. What IS substantial is that you only have 100 copies to sell instead of 500 to make your money back, so the price is altered accordingly.
For anyone familiar with the world of extremely limited vinyl runs, the price on these is actually extremely fair.

vdoandsound said...

and as a p.s.-a good deal of the specific costs involved in the manufacture of this particular album were also down to creating the heavy gauge plastic panels adhered to the front and back covers of this LP (and which despite our best efforts don't photograph in a way that does them justice). The actual vinyl pressing costs (barring the extra expense for laser etching) were pretty standard.

HLAVA said...

the best VDO release for me until now. congrats!