Unwound: Kid is Gone 3LP

NEW Unwound: Kid is Gone 3LP

"Kid Is Gone" is the unquiet portrait of primal Unwound. Before 1993’s "Fake Train" ripped through, they’d been Giant Henry, Supertanker, and Cygnus X-1, short-lived black holes gathering dark material into something built to explode. From Justin Trosper, Vern Rumsey, and Brandt Sandeno’s first restive years, “Crab Nebula” might’ve best prepared the indie-sphere for what Unwound became, had Sandeno’s split not stalled their planned debut. Part 1 in Numero’s 4-part reissue project, "Kid Is Gone" documents signal chaos in Olympia’s fertile scene before Unwound’s turbulent noise hit stride, in unrevealed period photos, 34 tracks, and three LPs—cassette-only demos, early 7”s, a KAOS radio broadcast, material tracked live in a local basement, and all of what became 1994’s Unwound, on which the band’s prehistory plays out in a feral maelstrom of screaming, distortion, feedback, and abrasive promise.

3x 150g LPs
3x tip-on single LP jackets
3x printed inner sleeves
3x LP inserts
1x 28-page booklet

  • Label: Numero Group
  • Format: 3LP Box
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 50.00€

Tags: post hardcore, post rock, unwound, numero group