MF DOOM announces seven-record Operation: Doomsday reissue, feat. all the colors of the MF rainbow

MF DOOM announces seven-record Operation: Doomsday reissue, feat. all the colors of the MF rainbow

Well, for whatever reason, Daniel Dumile and Adult Swim abruptly severed ties at the end of last month…which means that anyone hoping for what would ultimately amount to a new solo full-length from the enigmatic rapper should probably get to work configuring their Google Alerts (the man’s got like 57 monikers to keep up with, after all).

Or, I guess a simpler tact might be to just follow MF DOOM’s Facebook page, which is currently alight with mentions of the new colorful reissue of Operation: Doomsday, the classic beginning to DOOM’s capricious career and the first introduction for many to his distinct flow. It’s obviously not the same thing as a new DOOM album, but maybe the vibrancy of the vinyl will mitigate the wait without giving you brain damage.

The release is spread across seven 7-inch records contained as a box-set, and — besides each individual piece of vinyl’s distinct rainbow hue — the release also features never-before-seen artwork from Lord Scotch (the guy behind the original Operation: Doomsday artwork), as well as two 45 adapters in the shape of DOOM’s trademark mas.

The whole MF set is expected to ship November 20 in an edition of 1,500; so if you previously missed out on the double cassette release or the famed lunchbox, you know the drill: pre-order now, and pre-order hard.


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