|Dimensions||7 × 7 × 0.1 in|
Five songs recorded in 1989, during the same session in which DOOM recorded their brilliant split LP with NO SECURITY. Considered by many to be DOOM’s best early material, this classic EP contains the songs “Means to an End,” “Relief, Pt. 2,” and of course, “Police Bastard.” This was the second release ever by Profane Existence Records and is considered a masterpiece of “crust.”
This “30 Dirty Years” version contains all new cover artwork created by Skinny and comes with a 12×12 poster of the new cover art. Also included is a 7×7 4 page booklet containing artwork, lyrics, and an 7×14 collage of police brutality designed by Brandon Stench.
Due to the original vinyl stampers being 27 years old we were forced to create new plates. All tracks have been remastered for vinyl by Jay Matheson @ JAM ROOM STUDIOS whom carefully strove to maintain the audio authenticity of the original pressing.
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