Cassette comes in A5 PVC sleeve with insert card.
Limited 1st edition of 100 hand-numbered copies.
From the insert:
"The instant translation of science & technology into popular imagery"
Recorded during the booming 1980's on a 4 track, mono, final mix down 1991 by Sam. No post processing or alteration has been carried out to leave the product as raw as it is supposed to be.
Total running time 60 mins : chrome tape with dolby.
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