Back from the dead, expect this to be the first of a slew of posts!
There’s no image on this one as it was ripped by someone else (big up to Funeralwind on F&A for making this one available) but here’s a review of the set that describes the design as:
Tan 6×6 envelope with titles in corner and an impressionistic drawing by Nate Young that makes me think of a hunter in a second skin of hair and eyes. AA Records handstamped on back and hand numbered (woo hoo got #23). The two discs are in simple black cardstock sleeves with drawings from Nate on one side and simple track information stickers.
The set itself is a really really great double album set that has a full recorded album entitled “Completely Wong” which I assume was either recorded around the same time as the much larger edition album “Always Wrong” or is intended to be a companion piece. The second disc, “Variations On The Bottomless Pit” is a collection of live untitled tracks seemingly recorded either from live gigs or from jam sessions. Overall it’s a pretty great 2xCD set and I would not be surprised if this was picked up by a label for a mass edition at some point.
Wolf Eyes – Completely Wrong/Variations On The Bottomless Pit 2xCDR [AA Records, 2009]