Did Old Man Gloom ever progress past the work presented on this album? Highly debatable, though they have continued undaunted by their own irrelevance to make and issue subsequent recordings. Anyway, the vinyl for this particular album and its companion (cleverly titled "Seminar II"), have been unavailable for quite some time, and now thanks to the board of directors at SIGE Records are hereby presented anew - remastered and repackaged and made available for sale once again to the consumerist contingent of Old Man Gloom's middle aged following. You're welcome.
Newly re-cut for vinyl by Adam Gonsalves/Telegraph mastering. Re-designed packaging by James O'Mara and A. Turner. Fancy letter press jackets with metallic ink and foil stamping. In other words, the Criterion edition for the sludge metal set.