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Vinyl Packaging of the Week: Pretty Girls Make Graves

This cardboard box contains a compilation of Pretty Girls Make Graves‘ first three 7″s which comprises the songs for their very first album, Good Health. This is a very special edition release because there are only 140 of these hand-numbered and silk screened cardboard boxes. What I love about it? First, it attempts to be eco-friendly. Second, the Velcro! Third, the lovely clash of the loud pastels and the earthy colors of the box.


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