- An MVD Exclusive
- Format: VINYL
- SKU: MVD5673LP
- UPC: 760137567318
- Street Date: 02/19/13
- PreBook Date: 01/15/13
- Label: NOD AND SMILE RECORD »
- Genre: Alternative/Punk
- Run Time: 40 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 2012
- Box Lot: 30
- Territory: USA ONLY
Aleister X - Half Speed Mastered
The decadent party jams of Aleister X presented to you on 180 gram, limited edition vinyl!
- List Price: $19.95
- Your Price: $14.96
- In Stock: YES
Aleister X's debut LP is finally here. The BK/HLYWD/DTLA/JA/JP Lion is back with his first real deal full length! Limited to 500 copies on dark, dark black 180 gram vinyl. "Half Speed Mastered" is an amazing mix of pop, dub, rap, goth and experimental music combined with one of the best lyricists in the game. Add some dayglo to your black paint life with Aleister X! Black humour, dark laughs from the world's most twisted funny man. CD version on the Steev Mike label.
- Aleister X has worked with Lee Scratch Perry
- Recommended if you like Juicy J, Bauhaus, Sweet, David Crosby, Andrew WK, Lee Scratch Perry
- Limited, one time pressing of 500 copies
- Toured with Andrew W.K. on his 'I Get Wet' anniversary tour
- CD on Andrew W.K.'s label, Steev Mike
- First release on Nod and Smile Records
- Video shot for lead song LAX with more to come
It's been an incredibly intense experience. He's absolutely one of the greatest lyricists and melody makers I've ever encountered. Amazing riffs, amazing phrases, amazing visions and imaginings... It's been powerful and life-changing to explore his shadow powers.
The strength of Half-Speed Mastered that might not come through at first listen is that its seemingly random mess of strange sounds and its wild combinations are completely considered and sculpted with intention and control. Listening closely, it's easy to see that it'd be impossible to accidentally create something this astonishingly weird and yet surprisingly engaging.
—Fred Thomas, All Music Guide
...one of the weirdest and consequently one of the best albums of 2013
—Kevin McCaighy, Rock-A-Rolla Magazine