Published Oct 02, 2015Ready to throw some high-thread-count vinyl into your record collection? Good, because California rapper Earl Sweatshirt has just revealed plans for first-edition wax pressings of this year's I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside album and preceding platter Doris.
The Odd Future member revealed the existence of commercial copies of both albums through his Twitter account yesterday (October 1), noting that, if it's okay "witcho doofy ass," they can be pre-ordered via a pair of Amazon listings. You'll find them here and here. Both land December 11 via Columbia.
While this will be the first time I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside will make it onto a turntable, Discogs notes that promo copies of Doris popped up over in Europe in 2013. That said, this was apparently a white label copy sans artwork, and the promo item is currently selling for $175 US.
If the releases popping up on wax for the first time weren't special enough, the albums also come with alternate cover art from their CD counterparts. That's the artwork for I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside up above, while a cross-heavy pic for Doris is down below.