Phish - White Tape [Colored Vinyl] (Can) | RECORD STORE DAY
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New Alumni Blues Swirl Vinyl Pressing. Features early recordings (1984-1986) by Trey and Mike as well as full band tracks. Remastered from it's original analog cassette master for vinyl. Featuring Trey's original cassette artwork and new illustrations by Jim Pollock. The White Tape is a demo album released by Phish on cassette in 1986. Often cited as the first Phish "album", The White Tape was originally a collection of original material that the band used as a demo/sample tape for venues. The album was widely circulated among Phish fans for more than a decade before being officially released in 1998. The album was created from four-track recordings over a period of three years and includes a number of outside musicians performing on various songs. Only "Alumni Blues", "AC/DC Bag", "Slave To The Traffic Light" and "Dog Gone Dog" (a.k.a. "Dog Log") have the four band members together. The remaining tracks were recorded separately by various members and blended together to create the finished album.