Overdue Collection Agency

OD 3.0 Now Shipping 29 Jul 2014

OD 3.0 is now shipping

On July 6th 2004, Gatsbys American Dream released an EP on LLR Recordings that would re-define their band once again. Produced by Casey Bates, who would go on to produce the band's next two albums, the EP served as a mission statement for the group. In the Land of Lost Monsters became an essential bridge of experimentation between Ribbons & Sugar and Volcano. A little more than 10 years later, the EP is coming to vinyl for the first time.

We're very proud to announce *In The Land of Lost Monsters* by Gatsbys American Dream is now available on vinyl. No Pre-Order, simply shipping now.There are 3 variants, here's the pressing information:

200 Black with a hand-numbered OBI Strip

350 Black

550 Clear / Glow in the Dark Split

The EP has been remastered for vinyl, and cut at 45 RPM. Each record is 180 gram vinyl, hand-numbered with all-new album art (original artwork unfortunately did not reproduce for the LP format). The liner notes feature an all-new interview with Nic Newsham and Bobby Darling conducted by Sarah Shay. Each record also comes with a free download code.

Like the previous releases, 100% profits (or approximately 52% of the sales price) for this release will be donated to Water.Org. Additionally, the profits for the previous releases have been donated to Water.Org. Together, we've raised $3415 from the sales of the two previous releases so far! According to Water.Org, we've created permanent sources of clean water for 137 people. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed!

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR SUBSCRIBERS:

If you ordered a subscription via the Kickstarter or Limited Run, all subscriptions are being honored. If you haven't received an email from us yet requesting your address, please email info@overduecollection.com to confirm your shipping address, and your records will be shipped out as soon as possible!

Store Update + New Distro Items!

We still have all variants of the last two LP's in stock. However, we are running low on the splatter variants.

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