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MFR-002 is Your Favorite Music by Clem Snide. A record criminally under rated and like all MFR releases, one that was previously not available on vinyl. This was originally released on CD in 2000 but was finally released on vinyl in 2010.

This record is one of staggering beauty loosely in the alt-country vein. The title track is somehow sad yet will always make you smile and their cover of Richie Valens' "Donna" rivals the original.This album is a 10 to us so it was a no brainer when the oportunity came.

To date we've only pressed about 500 of these. Half of which were on a custom blue and half on a custom mixed green. Due to some poor planning we still have some records left but no jackets. We hope to have these back in stock at some point in the future. New old stock available now!!!

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MFR-004 is The Ghost of Fashion by Clem Snide. Originally released on CD in in 2001 and finally released on vinyl in 2011.

300 copies were made on a custom blended red vinyl that are no longer available. The record was repressed on black vinyl which is still in print.

Like, Your Favorite Music, this is a very under rated record loosely in the alt-country vein. There was one song from here that really exposed Clem Snide to a larger audience; that song is "Moment In The Sun" which got fame as the theme song for the network TV show Ed.

Purchase Ghost of Fashion on black vinyl below or at your favorite independent record store.


Your Favorite Music:

The video below shows the record on press at United Record Pressing and is edited to the title song. We think this one is pretty special.


Ghost of Fashion videos:

The first video below shows the black vinyl version of Ghost of Fashion on press and features a celebrated bit of happenstance. The video is for the song "Don't Be Affraid of Your Anger" and the word "anger" appearing on the press was not planned. Certainly celebrated but not planned.

The second video is the custom red vinyl version on press edited to the song "Ice Cube".