Futures (Blue) Vinyl

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Description

'Giving Jimmy Eat World's Futures the full SRCHIFI treatment includes audiophile-level pressing and premium packaging providing fans with a genuine experience. Mastered by audiophile engineer, Kevin Gray, and pressed as a 180 gram 33 1/3 RPM double vinyl by Pallas in Germany, the album includes the vinyl bonus track, Shame. Futures art will be displayed to it's full capacity throughout a matte triple panel gatefold jacket with spot UV and accompanied by an 11 x 22 insert. - 180G double LP audiophile pressing by Pallas - Exclusive Blue color discs - Matte triple gatefold jacket with 11x22 Insert - Remastered from the highest quality 16/44.1khz recordings and mastered at 33 1/3 RPM by Kevin Gray - Includes bonus track, 'Shame' Vinyl Color: 180 Gram Blue.

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