EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY - EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY 'HOW STRANGE' (ANNIV ED.) Vinyl LP
Double vinyl LP pressing. The members of Explosions in the Sky played their first show, at the University of Texas' student radio station, on July 4, 1999, under the short-lived moniker, Breaker Morant. A year later, they recorded their first album, How Strange, Innocence, over the course of two days, and made 300 CD-R copies to sell at shows and give to friends in their hometown of Austin, TX. Now, in honor of the band's 20th anniversary, we are delighted to bring this treasured document of Explosions in the Sky's humble beginnings back into the world. How Strange, Innocence - Anniversary Edition has been beautifully remastered by Heba Kadry - with vinyl lacquers cut by Bob Weston - and packaged in an incredible full-color, heavyweight triple-gatefold jacket with matte varnish, heavyweight full-color insert, and custom vinyl etching containing the charming story of How Strange, Innocence in the band's own words. This is the definitive sound, look, and feel of the album that started one of the most inspiring and unique careers in modern underground music.
Track List: 1.1 A Song for Our Fathers 1.2 Snow and Lights 1.3 Magic Hours 1.4 Look Into the Air 1.5 Glittering Blackness 1.6 Time Stops 1.7 Remember Me As a Time of Day