Nick Mango

Aug 20, 2011

Capital - Shippers Receivers

Got the new Capital album in the other day. It's been out for a while, but Underground Communique hadn't released it on vinyl till now. When this album first came out I was a little ehh about it. But after a few listens it started to grow on me. Now it's my favorite of the 3. I've posted their Bandcamp player below if you want to check it out. One thing though, BC has a weird issue with their embedded players. Sometimes they're extremely finicky. You might have to play with it a little to get it working correctly. If you can't get it working, just click download and you'll be able to get the album for free.

Look at me embedding buggy bandcamp players and linking to storenvy. Let's check out the record….

Justin went with baby blue and clear blue. Obviously it goes well with the cover, but I'm surprised he didn't mix it up with a grey marble instead of the clear blue. Maybe he's thinking of a second press of clear grey and grey marble. Not sure on how many he pressed though, maybe a second pressing isn't possible. Capital is not a touring band, so it's tough for them to move a ton of units. Definitely too bad cause they're a great band for sure. I commend UC for putting this record out knowing they don't tour. Lot of labels would never do that.

If you want to read a review check out this one on Alternative Press by Brian Shultz.

One last thing, Justin also included a record from a band called Few and the Proud, which I appreciate of course. Seems like it's a decent record too. Vocals sound like clevo, but the music sounds more like dirty punk hardcore. You can listen to them here


  1. Do you know the pressing info on this one?

  2. Nah like I was saying in the post, no idea on how many were pressed, so I'm not sure if he'll need to do a second pressing.