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Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. For the six months leading up to this 2008 release, Matador put out a limited edition 7-inch by Memphis boy wonder Jay Reatard. Each generated more attention, but was released in a progressively more limited run, starting with 3,500 copies for the first and ending with 400 copies for the sixth. This package collects all six (excluding the Deerhunter track on #4), plus one extra song. Each tune is a perfect snarling pop-punk gem. "In this short span of time, Reatard has cranked out more memorable songs than some acts do in their whole careers" - Pitchfork.
Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. For the six months leading up to this 2008 release, Matador put out a limited edition 7-inch by Memphis boy wonder Jay Reatard. Each generated more attention, but was released in a progressively more limited run, starting with 3,500 copies for the first and ending with 400 copies for the sixth. This package collects all six (excluding the Deerhunter track on #4), plus one extra song. Each tune is a perfect snarling pop-punk gem. "In this short span of time, Reatard has cranked out more memorable songs than some acts do in their whole careers" - Pitchfork.
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Jay Reatard - Matador Singles '08

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MAT
Catalog: 108221
Rel. Date: 10/07/2008
UPC: 744861082200

Matador Singles '08
Artist: Jay Reatard
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock and available for pick up $22.99
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Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. For the six months leading up to this 2008 release, Matador put out a limited edition 7-inch by Memphis boy wonder Jay Reatard. Each generated more attention, but was released in a progressively more limited run, starting with 3,500 copies for the first and ending with 400 copies for the sixth. This package collects all six (excluding the Deerhunter track on #4), plus one extra song. Each tune is a perfect snarling pop-punk gem. "In this short span of time, Reatard has cranked out more memorable songs than some acts do in their whole careers" - Pitchfork.
        
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