The Vinyl Issue: Coloured Vinyl
Sometimes classic LPs come in a multitude of shades.
Who says records have to be plain old black? Not any of these colourful artists.
Faust (POLYDOR, 1971)
The transparent vinyl of Faust’s debut made it almost impossible to go straight to side one’s second track Meadow Meal instead of starting with opener Why Don’t You Eat Carrots. The sleeve was transparent too. All in all, not very helpful, but still great.