Motion City Soundtrack’s ‘My Dinosaur Life’ Limited Edition Vinyl Now Available For Pre-Order; Out June 7th
Motion City Soundtrack’s 2010 major label debut release My Dinosaur Life will be released on two new limited-edition variants (“green hi-melt” and “pink hi-melt”) on June 7, with pre-orders for both available now!
Green Hi-Melt Pre-order (ltd 1,000): https://www.srcvinyl.com/motion-city-soundtrack-my-dinosaur-life-green-lp.html
Pink Hi-Melt Pre-order (ltd 500: https://www.srcvinyl.com/motion-city-soundtrack-my-dinosaur-life-pink-lp.html
My Dinosaur Life found MCS reuniting with producer and friend Mark Hoppus of Blink-182, who first teamed up with the band when he produced their hit record Commit This to Memory. Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Rage Against the Machine, Sonic Youth) was brought in to mix the album and the end result was another step forward: 12 songs that are lyrically contemplative and poignantly honest, while still cleverly and culturally astute, harkening back to early Motion City Soundtrack.
Mastered for vinyl and lacquers created by Kevin Gray at Cohearant Audio
Pressed at RTI
Matte with spot UV gatefold jacket
Includes 38” x 9”, 4 fold insert / poster
Center Labels unique to this pressing
A Life Less Ordinary (Need A Little Help)
Her Words Destroyed My Planet
Stand Too Close
Skin And Bones
“Hey, can I photograph everyone at DFA?”.
merseybeat visiting John and Paul IRL
recognition and popularity over the years
the single greatest moment of the New Jersey native
Black Friday discounts changing the landscape towards the bottom
DJ, FOOD & DRINK, PERFORMANCES.
Bjork hasn’t been this poppy in maybe 20 years
it isn’t a great album but it is a great band
Yes, Jack Harlow beat the pants off the greatest band of all time.
the life of a “great man” can be serious and ridiculous at the same time