ATTENTION ALL 30-YEAR-OLD DUDES:
The 1996 Superdrag or Weezer or Superchunk or Nada Surf or Green Day or Supergrass album Regretfully Yours (it’s the white one with that chick’s face in the mirror on the cover… I think it’s Superdrag) is about to get released on vinyl for the first time ever. Indie-punk-centric, L.A.-based label SideOneDummy Records just announced that they’re willfully eschewing the fact that 1996 is a year-in-music best heard on CD and pressing 1,000 copies of this mopey classic to 180-gram vinyl this December. Cool, right? Yeah, the only caveat was that they had to cut “Sucked Out” from the tracklist because it made the Side A runtime a little too long. Hahahaha, I’m just kidding! (OR AM I? [YES.])
In addition to the straight-up vinyl package for 15 bones, there’s a couple different pre-order options for you to get all nostalgic about on your lunch break, including the classic LP-with-a-slightly-too-tight-t-shirt bundle and the perennially hip LP-with-big-black-hoodie bundle, either of which would have looked totally badass on you back in your high school bowling club. They’ll run you $27 and $40, respectively, but let’s be honest: that’s probably not that much more than the CD cost you when you plucked its monstrous, plastic-shackled ass from the cluttered Sam Goody shelf.
Besides, one thing you’ve got now that you didn’t have back in high school bowling club is a motherfucking credit card. Because you’re a fucking 30-year-old man. What the fuck are you waiting for? Get out there and re-buy your past with money.