Type O Negative - None More Negative Box (LOW STOCK)
Type O Negative - None More Negative Box (LOW STOCK)
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Type O Negative - None More Negative Box (LOW STOCK)

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Limited to 5000 copies worldwide

Originally released in 2011 as an exclusive for RSD. Only 1000 copies pressed. Quickly sold out and is now selling for $1500-2000 on the secondary market

  • Features a band approved and newly designed hard outer slip case and includes all 6 Roadrunner studio albums re-mastered for improved fidelity, pressed on 140g green and black mixed color vinyl in 380g direct to board gatefold jackets
  • Includes the albums “World Coming Down” and “Life Is Killing Me” – both currently unavailable on vinyl, as well as the original and controversial cover art for “The Origin Of The Feces (Not Live At Brighton Beach)
  • Includes a fold out poster, insert with credits and backstage laminate exclusive to this set

  

Biography

Type O Negative is an American goth-metal band formed in Brooklyn in 1989 by Peter Steele (lead vocals, bass), Kenny Hickey (guitar, backing vocals), Josh Silver (keyboards, backing vocals), and Sal Abruscato (drums, percussions), who was later replaced by Johnny Kelly. Peter Steele, former frontman of the band Carnivore, along with childhood friends Sal, Josh and Kenny formed Type O Negative and signed to Roadrunner, releasing their debut album Slow, Deep and Hard in 1991. Their third album, “Bloody Kisses,” was released in 1993 to critical acclaim and became the first album for Roadrunner to reach certified Platinum status in the U.S.  Bloody Kisses included mainly themes of loneliness and heartbreak with songs like “Too Late: Frozen,” “Blood & Fire,” and “Can’t Lose You.” The organ-led “Set Me On Fire” has shades of sixties garage rock and “Summer Breeze” covers the 1972 Seals & Crofts hit. “Christian Woman,” and “Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)” became the most popular tracks. To promote the album, the group went on a two-year world tour and also featured on MTV, VH1 and Rolling Stone at the time. During this zenith, Drummer Sal Abruscato quit the band to join Life of Agony. Johnny Kelly, the band’s drum tech was hired as full member in place of Sal at this time. Out of print for eight years, Run Out Groove is making the band’s studio album vinyl box set, “None More Negative,” available once again in a limited pressing of only 5000 copies worldwide.

 

 

 

 


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