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I Refuse To Beg

Another well-succeeded release coming from Reaper Records. This is the 65th release of the label I collect. Seems like they did a lot more than that. But that’s probably a deformed thought because they press numerous versions of one release.
If I own 215 different records of the entire Reaper Records catalog. And if regardless of CD’s there are 59 vinyl release (65 releases – 6 CD only releases = 59 vinyl releases), this means that I own an average of 3.6 versions per releases. And since I probably do not know the existence of several other missing versions, I can’t make the average for their entire catalog. I estimate it somewhere around 5 versions per release on average (Test, pre-order, record release, regular distro color(s), fest presses, etc…).

Numbers aside, this is again a good one. Reminds me of the early No Warning sound mostly. I think the layout looks good also, especially the vinyl labels. The cover though is a rip off from an existing painting but the chaos it breaths seems to suit the atmosphere of Born Low’s delivery or environment it’s created in.

BORN LOW Refuse To beg Oxblood vinyl 
Both colors
Swamp green vinyl

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