We used to call it “inner groove” writing and I know that one side of our first LP says “We live on Indian land.”
Brett at M’lady’s called it “run out groove” when he reminded me we had that option. I guess we haven’t put an actual LP out since sometime in the 1990s. The last two albums The Family Swan (Kill Rock Stars, 2002) and The Observer (Kill Rock Stars, 2006) were CD only.
Empathy for the Evil LP:
I like Brett.
Also, the back of the LP is different than the back of the CD.
LP back. Painting by Jean Smith.