“Liquor In The
Sub Pop Records /
Interscope / Atlantic SP 250
LP Released in 1994
Their third album, and last one they did for Sub Pop – it’s
also the last album they did with the original drummer Taz Bentley. This copy
is STILL FACTORY SEALED!! Hard to find in any condition, this has got to be one
of the last untouched copies.
Baddest Of The Bad
One Time For Me
In Your Wildest Dreams
Cruisin' For A Bruisin'
I Could Get Used To It
Liquor, Beer & Wine
I Can't Surf
The record grades to Mint, it is unopened and unplayed. The cover is NM- with a couple of tiny
corner dings and no other evidence of storage, with bright artwork, and no
splits, tears, stickers or stains and it’s still tightly wrapped in original
shrink wrap. A unbelievable copy of a very rare record.
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