Multicast’s Rural Sessions Featured…

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We released 3 different versions of Rural Sessions.  The limited run of 500 marbled vinyl as seen above, then 1000 150g 2LPs and finally 500 CDs.  The CD has the extended version of Laura where the LP has a reprise version.  The reprise LP version was played on the late John Peel’s Radio One radio show.