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Mixed Signals – Run For Cover Record compilation available now

Mixed Signals – Run For Cover Record compilation available now

The Mixed Signals compilation, in the making for over a year , that we mentioned earlier is out now.

For people interested in digital copies, you can now purchase it from iTunes ($9.99) or Bandcamp ($5, and comes with 28 page PDF book).

For those seeking physical copies, CDs will be available in all Hot Topics around the country for $5 starting tomorrow, Tuesday the 6th, as well as available in our store. The CD version comes packaged in a 28 page digipak sized book, with the CD housed in the back inner sleeve. As a little motivator to go out and pick up the release in stores, we are offering something super special to people who go out and pick up the CD at Hot Topic. Anyone that sends us a picture of their receipt from buying the CD at Hot Topic inbetween September 6th and September 13th, will be entered to win almost any test press from our catalog. Send entries to with the subject line HOT TOPIC TEST PRESS CONTEST. There are a very small few releases we don’t have test presses for, but we mostly have everything available. We will also be sending 20% off coupons to everyone who sends us their receipt. There is no telling how many people will do this, so your chances of winning could be pretty high.

Vinyl is also available in our store, and comes with an 11”x11” 30 page book with photography, liner notes, and lyrics. Jackets are printed on reverse board with matte UV finsh, and the books are printed on the highest quality matte paper available to our printer, with the title page featuring a spott gloss. We assure you that no corners were cut on this release. There are still some of each color vinyl available, although the Red w/black circles is down to under 20 copies.

You can listen to the whole compilation right here, enjoy!

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