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1972 US Pressing on Eletrka, EKS-74112
Some marks on LP. Ring wear on back of jacket. Some discoloration and some corner wear.
Art Rock / Krautrock / Prog / Psych, Folk / Country
The classic ’81 live album from No-Wave legends, Suicide, reissued by ROIR.
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