I am so excited to announce Liberty tunnels has released their newest album ‘Into the Valley of the Sun’. The album has been so well received that Liberty has decided to include a free download for all of their fans.
Liberty is a band that is very much into digital-only releases. They’ve always released their music on CD-Rs and vinyl, but this time they are re-releasing the entire album on digital and streaming sites. This is huge for Liberty because they are one of the first bands to release their music on digital. I don’t know about you, but I’d like to be able to stream the album on my tablet, not my desktop.
Now that they are re-releasing their album, is it too much to ask them to pay for the extra copies of their CD-Rs? It looks as though there are still some copies available, so that’s a good sign.
One of the nice things about the digital releases of Liberty’s album is the fact that they are available for free. This means that people who want to listen to the album without having to pay for them can do so, and if they would like a download, that’s what they will get. However, if you want to purchase the full album, the only way to do that is to go to their website and click on the CD-R link.
The way that the album is packaged, there is a lot of music and artwork on the CD-R, but there is also an extra layer of protection on the vinyl side. This is because the vinyl version comes with a plastic sleeve over the CD-R that protects it from scratches. However, the vinyl version is not as durable as the CD-R version, so if it gets scratched, it can easily be destroyed.
Yes, I know you can just buy the CD-R version and have it mailed to you, but that’s not really the most efficient way to go about it. Instead we’re going to try and find a way to cut a copy of the record that is both durable and has artwork on it.
The vinyl version is a good option because it’s more durable than the CD-R version and makes its own record. The CD-R version will have the artwork removed, so there’s no need to go around getting a copy of the record and ripping it up.
There is a problem with the vinyl version, too. When we were recording this album, we had to use a turntable to record it, and we decided to rip it up as soon as we could. The record itself isn’t super durable, but the vinyl version is.
We’re not saying that you can’t record or play the Liberty Tunnel album, but if you want to, for some reason, you can.
It was a good experience to record the album and I want more. I thought we did a good job with all the songs, but I would like to hear it done differently (i.e. not so heavy to be unlistenable). I mean, I love the album, but I want to hear it done better.