A Record Each Day

The story of one family's awesome record collection.

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Back in 2011 California pop punk band Lagwagon announced that it was reissuing its classic 90s albums, all of them collected in a special box set called “Putting Music In Its Place.” Of the roughly 1,040 vinyl boxes made only 519 were done on coloured vinyl. This is one of them. 

This brief album was initially released as a black 10” in 1998. I have one of those too. The repress again went with some pretty ugly shades of pink and green for the records. I know they match the album art but that’s pretty ugly too. 

I love everything about this record. Its brevity, its intensity, the crazy speed with which it was performed. It’s just really well-executed.

Back in 2011 California pop punk band Lagwagon announced that it was reissuing its classic 90s albums, all of them collected in a special box set called “Putting Music In Its Place.” Of the roughly 1,040 vinyl boxes made only 519 were done on coloured vinyl. This is one of them.

This brief album was initially released as a black 10” in 1998. I have one of those too. The repress again went with some pretty ugly shades of pink and green for the records. I know they match the album art but that’s pretty ugly too.

I love everything about this record. Its brevity, its intensity, the crazy speed with which it was performed. It’s just really well-executed.

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