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CD Packaging: Where Did The Night Fall- UNKLE

Artist: UNKLE
Label: Surrender All
Album: Where Did the Night Fall
Package Design: James Lavelle, Ben Drury and Warren Du Preez, Nick Thornton Jones
Release: 2010

Contents: booklet of song lyrics and sleeve notes, a gatefold pack containing two CDs and a book of imagery on heavy card.

Don’t you just love how it looks like a shiny metal box but it’s actually just a cardboard box? And the artwork gives it a molten metal feel.

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