THE 69 EYES Issue Limited-Edition Color Vinyl Version Of "Paris Kills"

May 24, 2002

Finland's THE 69 EYES have issued an extremely-limited blood-red vinyl edition of their latest album, entitled Paris Kills, through Woimasointu Records via a licensing arrangement with Poko Records/Gaga Goodies. Limited to 1,000 hand-numbered copies, part of the album's pressing has been made available in a different vinyl color and will be used for promotional purposes by the record company and the band. All pre-orders of the vinyl will also be automatically placed into a lottery, with the winner scheduled to receive a couple of these not-for-sale and extremely limited vinyl copies. For more information, click here.

(Thanks: Tuomas Toivonen / Inferno)

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