Enon: High Society, LP (Vinyl)
Enon: High Society, LP (Vinyl)
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Enon : High Society

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
heavy gatefold sleeve
  • Touch and Go
  • (tg235)
  • 15 Tracks
  • UPC 036172093519
  • heavy item (300g)
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • surface marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

Old Dominion

A2

Count Sheep

A3

In This City

A4

Window Display

A5

Native Numb

A6

Leave It To Rust

A7

Disposable Parts

B8

Sold!

B9

Shoulder

B10

Pleasure And Privelige

B11

Natural Disasters

B12

Carbonation

B13

Salty

B14

High Society

Viola
  • Dylan Willemsa
Tuba
  • Jesse Dulman
Tenor Saxophone
  • Craig Dreyer
B15

Diamond Raft

Credits

Art Direction
  • Marina Zurkow
Design
  • Nancy Nowacek
  • O-Matic
Engineer
  • Geoff Sanoff
  • Greg Fidelman
Lacquer Cut By
  • John Golden
Mixed By
  • Greg Gordon
Photography By
  • Abigail Simon
Producer
  • Dave Sardy
Recorded By
  • Carl Glanville
  • Eli Janney

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