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Rocket From The Crypt- Live From Camp X-Ray LP

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Rocket From The Crypt- Live From Camp X-Ray LP.  This is a very good quality bootleg of that incredibly hard to find Rocket From The Crypt 'Live From Camp X-Ray' LP that came out about 15 years ago. The artwork is lifted from the advance CD that the label sent out to radio & press prior to the album originally coming out.  So it was made to look like a Vagrant Records promo, but I don’t think they ever sent out LP promos for this back than. It’s definately a good boot. The quality of the parchboard sleeve is solid and the Rocket From The Crypt circular disc on the front is a sticker, which is pretty cool. And the audio quality of the record itself is also completely amazing. After owning both Vagrant pressings I can tell no real difference between this and the Vagrant pressings. If you’re a collector and need all things Rocket related, this ones a little harder to find.

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