Four Tet’s 2012 LP Pink gets first ever vinyl release

Four Tet’s 2012 LP Pink gets first ever vinyl release

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And record club Vinyl Me, Please, have the exclusive.

Originally only available on CD and download, Four Tet’s 2012 album Pink is to be pressed on vinyl for the first time. The record will be available exclusively to members of record club and subscription service Vinyl Me Please, who have made the release their album of the month for September.

Complete with 12″ art print by Royal College of Art graduate Danny Augustine, the special edition release has been half-speed mastered and pressed onto 180gram vinyl and includes an original cocktail recipe – a staple of Vinyl Me, Please releases. For those of you not already a member, a limited number of membership slots are still available, but you’ve got to sign up before 15th September to get your hands on a copy.

All eight tracks on Pink were originally released on a series of 12″s through Four Tet’s Text label in 2011 and 2012. This is however, the first time the record has been released on vinyl in its entirety.

If you’re already a member then you’re sitting pretty, but if not and you fancy completing your Four Tet collection then head over to Vinyl Me, Please to sign up.