There's only five days until the new Queens Of The Stone Age album, Villains, but fans of Australian artist Gordi got a surprise early listen.
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Advance vinyl pressings of Gordi's album Reservoir came with three QOTSA songs meant to be pressed onto Villains, thanks to a manufacturing defect.
Chris Swanson, co-founder of the vinyl subscription club Secretly Society, explained to Pitchfork: “This is a pressing defect that we’re working diligently to resolve as quickly as possible. It’s not the first time this sort of thing has happened, but we’re all hoping it’s the last.”
It definitely sucks on the corporate end, but pressing defects like this tend to go for hundreds of dollars later—so here's hoping someone gets to cash in. Gordi's looking for one on the cheap right now:
if anyone has a copy, I'll flick you 20 bux for it!
— Gordi (@GordiMusic) August 18, 2017
How much would you drop for a QOTSA mispress? Let us know in the comments!
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