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David Lynch Debuts Record Store Day Exclusive

Sunday Best Recordings proudly presents limited edition remixed by Moby. 


To celebrate Record Store Day this April, Sunday Best Recordings offers an exclusive vinyl release by David Lynch. The 12-inch heavyweight vinyl single designed by Vaughan Oliver features “Noah’s Ark” re-mixed by Moby on side A and an etch on side B.

This is the first commercially issued Record Store Day vinyl single ever released by David Lynch. “Noah’s Ark” the original of which appears as track four on Mr. Lynch’s first ever solo album Crazy Clown Time, released by Sunday Best Recordings on November 7, 2011. Lynch recorded Crazy Clown Time over several months at his own Asymmetrical Studio with engineer Dean Hurley, who contributes guitar and drums to several songs.

NME calls Crazy Clown Time "Brave, challenging and a little bit sick.” BLACKBOOK says the 14-song album will “seduce you into a haunted dreamworld." and VICE sums up the record succinctly as an “Utter f***ing treat.”

Moby began his career by sampling “Laura Palmer’s Theme” from the television series Twin Peaks for “Go,” the first single from his self-titled album. Moby has said “David lynch is my friend and I love his movies and his art and his music. Few things make me happier than working with him.” “Noah’s Ark” marks the first time Moby has re-mixed one of David’s solo tracks.

David says: “I thought how great it is that Moby wanted to remix one of our songs and I loved his remix.” He goes on to say about Record Store Day “It’s so great that stores like Amoeba still exist. People should support these stores as a place where you can still find and enjoy all the different kinds of music.” The “Noah’s Ark” vinyl single will be available April 21 from Sunday Best Recordings at all participating independent retail outlets.

On Saturday, April 21, 2012, hundreds of independently-owned music stores across the country will celebrate Record Store Day. On this day, all of these stores will simultaneously link and act as one with the purpose of celebrating the culture and unique place that they occupy both in their local communities and nationally.


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