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Liars is the new installment from the Liars’ reissue series, where every two months an album from the back catalog is released on limited edition recycled color vinyl. Includes a printed inner sleeve and audio download code. Originally released in 2007 and recorded on the heels of 2006’s Drum’s Not Dead somewhere between LA and Berlin, the album marked another bold transition for the band. They took a more practical approach for this album, one based on traditional song structures and instrument usage, with Angus explaining at the time of release that “I’d never felt like a songwriter ‘til this album.”

Liars is the new installment from the Liars’ reissue series, where every two months an album from the back catalog is released on limited edition recycled color vinyl. Includes a printed inner sleeve and audio download code. Originally released in 2007 and recorded on the heels of 2006’s Drum’s Not Dead somewhere between LA and Berlin, the album marked another bold transition for the band. They took a more practical approach for this album, one based on traditional song structures and instrument usage, with Angus explaining at the time of release that “I’d never felt like a songwriter ‘til this album.”

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MUTE U.S.
Rel. Date: 02/10/2023
UPC: 5400863069056

Liars [Limited Edition Recycled Color LP]
Artist: Liars
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $35.98
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Liars is the new installment from the Liars’ reissue series, where every two months an album from the back catalog is released on limited edition recycled color vinyl. Includes a printed inner sleeve and audio download code. Originally released in 2007 and recorded on the heels of 2006’s Drum’s Not Dead somewhere between LA and Berlin, the album marked another bold transition for the band. They took a more practical approach for this album, one based on traditional song structures and instrument usage, with Angus explaining at the time of release that “I’d never felt like a songwriter ‘til this album.”

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