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Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes sticker, poster and digital download. Side A of the record is only pain. Side B of Untitled is a 13 track reflection on American Blackness and masculinity loosely told through personal stories of violence, incarceration, social alienation, and obsessive self-analysis. The burning of the American flag as album art is directly referential to both the sentiment that many people feel toward a country that routinely leaves them behind and the feelings of consumption of humanity that those very same people feel from the condition of being marginalized by the dominant, yet alien culture of one's home country.
Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes sticker, poster and digital download. Side A of the record is only pain. Side B of Untitled is a 13 track reflection on American Blackness and masculinity loosely told through personal stories of violence, incarceration, social alienation, and obsessive self-analysis. The burning of the American flag as album art is directly referential to both the sentiment that many people feel toward a country that routinely leaves them behind and the feelings of consumption of humanity that those very same people feel from the condition of being marginalized by the dominant, yet alien culture of one's home country.
061979004345
Soul Glo - Untitled [Colored Vinyl] (Post) (Stic) (Ylw) [Download Included]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SRA
Rel. Date: 05/03/2024
UPC: 061979004345

Untitled [Colored Vinyl] (Post) (Stic) (Ylw) [Download Included]
Artist: Soul Glo
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $26.99
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Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes sticker, poster and digital download. Side A of the record is only pain. Side B of Untitled is a 13 track reflection on American Blackness and masculinity loosely told through personal stories of violence, incarceration, social alienation, and obsessive self-analysis. The burning of the American flag as album art is directly referential to both the sentiment that many people feel toward a country that routinely leaves them behind and the feelings of consumption of humanity that those very same people feel from the condition of being marginalized by the dominant, yet alien culture of one's home country.
        
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