Win an ME 262/Trans 262 LP package
Those folks at Buttercup Records have done themselves proud again, digging up the recorded artefacts of another lost Australian underground band and putting them out there in a deluxe vinyl package.
“Original 7" /Demos LP + 7" Flexi-Disc” compiles the EP and demos of Sydney underground band ME 262 (later Trans 262) and you can win one of two copies with us.
ME 262 followed on from the initial wave of bands springing up in the wake of Radio Birdman, The Other Side, Hitmen and The Visitors. The Buttercup package compiles their “Don't Hold Me Down” EP from 1982 and a swag of killer unreleased demos, produced by Rob Younger.
It’s an LP (orange or blue vinyl) with An A3 poster, reproduction set list and handbills, with a 16-page mini booklet(notes from David Laing and Steve Lorkin and Interviews with the band), filled out with a download code and flexidisc single.
We’ll post the names of winners in a week’s time. Meanwhile, you can drool over the Buttercup Records package – or cut to the chase and order a copy, as they won’t last long – here.