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oldie
12-28-2009, 05:25 PM
Yurrp you read right! Just this minute I seen it on Facebook.
I'll post the link later cos i'm on my mobile at the mo' but it's gunna be on Stonesthrow - a real hip-hop label IMO


http://www.stonesthrow.com/news/2009/12/a-peek-at-mf-doom-operation-doomsday-reissue-2010



A peek at MF DOOM's Operation Doomsday reissue in 2010

http://www.stonesthrow.com/uploads/news/b3247a8f654fc447485dcbe89c9cfddc.jpg





Jeff Jank

December 28, 2009

This is not a Stones Throw record, but I thought I'd spread the news: Juxtapoz.com (http://www.juxtapoz.com/Current/jason-jagel-for-mf-doom-operationdoomsday-reissue) got a sneak peek at the official re-release of MF DOOM's Operation Doomsday, which has been more or less out of print since 2001. A few years back, Jason Jagel did the great painting on DOOM's MM FOOD album, and we came up with the idea of recreating the Doomsday artwork in the same style, since some problem with the original art was apparently holding up a reissue. We brought it to DOOM, who was all for it. It took a few years to get rolling, but DOOM is now working on the definitive track list for the record, and above is the cover art in progress over at Jason's studio. Here's what Juxtapoz had to say:

“Fresh off his first solo shows in Milan and Copenhagen, San Francisco based artist Jason Jagel is riding a high of acclaim. Not only is he featured in our upcoming January 2010 issue, but he sent us over a sneak peak at the painting he made for the new deluxe MF DOOM OPERATION:DOOMSDAY lunch box reissue. ‘I'm working with Jeff Jank at Stones Throw to design it for Traffic Entertainment,’ Jason tells us. ‘We're making trading cards too. Not sure when it's due out, (sometime) in '10.’”

There's a sketch for this in Jason's book Funshine 73 (http://www.stonesthrow.com/news/2008/10/jason-jagel-73-funshine-art-book-and-madlib-vinyl).

http://www.stonesthrow.com/images/2009/jagel-juxt-doomsday.jpg

Ghost In The 'Lac
12-28-2009, 05:47 PM
Ive got one of the original Subverse releases, I know the Fondle Em release sells for alot more. Around $80. The subverse pressings used to sell for up to $50 at one point, now you can get one for about $30. Then they released alot more widely on Metal Face records recently.

SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS
12-28-2009, 05:53 PM
yeah but he rereleased it last year and the tracklisting is fucked up with "I Hear Voices" left off for some odd reason if stones throw does a great job like they did mm..food i'm copping it again

food for thought
12-28-2009, 06:06 PM
lol how many times are they gona re release it?

i got the re-released version- it sounds real sharp and clean musically. like they sat and mastered the fuck out of the record.

SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS
12-28-2009, 06:13 PM
lol how many times are they gona re release it?

i got the re-released version- it sounds real sharp and clean musically. like they sat and mastered the fuck out of the record.

i think doom mighta been pissed that it wasn't given a proper rerelease

pebbletoss
12-28-2009, 06:18 PM
1999 - original release on Fondle 'Em
2001 - sub verse re-release
http://stonesthrow.com/doom/discography

the one that came out a couple years ago was a bootleg, and only on vinyl. if you ever saw it in person, it was pretty obviously a bootleg -- looked like they just took an old version of the record and made a color copy of it.

PuNcH_iN_PuNcH_OuT
12-28-2009, 06:41 PM
already seen it

11th Chamber
12-28-2009, 07:16 PM
I got the original release of the record. I dropped like $30 on that, so im fine with keepin that one

ALCATRAZ
12-28-2009, 09:10 PM
is everything the same? samples are still there, tracklisting is the same, lyrics are the same? if so i'll cop, but i need proof of that before i break bread on bitch ass doom

SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS
12-28-2009, 09:15 PM
1999 - original release on Fondle 'Em
2001 - sub verse re-release
http://stonesthrow.com/doom/discography

the one that came out a couple years ago was a bootleg, and only on vinyl. if you ever saw it in person, it was pretty obviously a bootleg -- looked like they just took an old version of the record and made a color copy of it.

check amazon


http://www.amazon.com/Operation-Doomsday-MF-Doom/dp/B001EDKXOK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1262052859&sr=8-1

this is the version i bought and i think i'll cop it again if it has good bonuses, and we know stones throw knows how to do re-releases

iammzac
12-28-2009, 09:16 PM
I picked it up vinyl 0ver the summer

EnD
12-29-2009, 07:39 AM
http://www.stonesthrow.com/uploads/news/b3247a8f654fc447485dcbe89c9cfddc.jpg

This is not a Stones Throw record, but I thought I'd spread the news: Juxtapoz.com got a sneak peek at the official re-release of MF DOOM's OPERATION DOOMSDAY, which has been more or less out of print since 2001. A few years back, Jason Jagel did the great painting on DOOM's MM FOOD album, and we came up with the idea of recreating the DOOMSDAY artwork in the same style since some problem with the original art was apparently holding up a reissue. We brought it to DOOM, who was all for it. It took a few years to get rolling, but DOOM is now working on the definitive track list for the record, and above is the cover art in progress over at Jason's studio. Here's what Juxtapoz had to say:

“Fresh off his first solo shows in Milan and Copenhagen, San Francisco based artist Jason Jagel is riding a high of acclaim. Not only is he featured in our upcoming January 2010 issue, but he sent us over a sneak peak at the painting he made for the new deluxe MF DOOM OPERATION:DOOMSDAY lunch box reissue. ‘I'm working with Jeff Jank at Stones Throw to design it for Traffic Entertainment,’ Jason tells us. ‘We're making trading cards too. Not sure when it's due out, (sometime) in '10.’”

http://www.stonesthrow.com/images/2009/jagel-juxt-doomsday.jpg

http://www.stonesthrow.com/news/2009/12/a-peek-at-mf-doom-operation-doomsday-reissue-2010

midnight2highnoon
12-29-2009, 08:04 AM
I'll probably buy this, I have only got that shitty bootleg looking reissue of 08. I would still rather have the og fondel em one but this looks tight.

famenchuan
12-29-2009, 08:12 AM
i dont have any doom material. i'll buy this

P-Noid Brown
12-29-2009, 08:58 AM
i still got the original for like 15 bucks.... the album is dope.... i dont need to buy it again.

EnD
12-29-2009, 10:33 AM
I'll probably buy this, I have only got that shitty bootleg looking reissue of 08. I would still rather have the og fondel em one but this looks tight.
You mean the Metal Face Records reissue? I got that one too.

http://www.discogs.com/image/R-1608826-1232963894.jpeg

In a way all the versions look pretty bootleg-ish. Original:

http://www.discogs.com/image/R-159669-1143913844.jpeg

Sub Verse (OMG, colors!):

http://www.discogs.com/image/R-248958-1223124609.jpeg

There isn't even a booklet, the cover is literally just a cover with nothing on the back (or do the older versions have something else?).

Vicious
12-29-2009, 10:45 AM
Tha Play: the Fondle 'Em CD has a 4-panel folder (cover, back cover, 2-page spread). the spread has a photo of a van with the DOOM throw up sprayed on the side.

And the "metal face reissue"/bootleg -- i havent seen the CD -- but the wax is definitely booty.

EnD
12-29-2009, 11:15 AM
Okay, props for the info. Weird how Stones Throw said:

This is not a Stones Throw record, but I thought I'd spread the news: Juxtapoz.com got a sneak peek at the official re-release of MF DOOM's OPERATION DOOMSDAY, which has been more or less out of print since 2001. A few years back, Jason Jagel did the great painting onDOOM's MM FOOD album, and we came up with the idea of recreating the DOOMSDAY artwork in the same style since some problem with the original art was apparently holding up a reissue.

...when the Metal Face reissue really came 2008 and had the original cover. Metal Face Records is supposed to be DOOM's very own label, so did ST just forgot this 2008 version or is there something fishy going on.

www.metalfacerecords.com
^lol

midnight2highnoon
12-29-2009, 12:47 PM
The one I got in 08 is just a bit of paper for the front cover which was under the guise as a proper reissue. I assumed the 99 and 01 versions have some sort of a booklet. I copped the original special herbs vol.2 from sandbox which I believe is out of print now, thats probably one of the rarest DOOM cd's I own and it had that same van with DOOM thrown up on it on the inside

2001 issue
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MF-Doom-Operation-Doomsday-cd-hip-hop-rap_W0QQitemZ230417756926QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMusic_ CDs?hash=item35a5f7f2fe

Ghost In The 'Lac
12-29-2009, 12:56 PM
You mean the Metal Face Records reissue? I got that one too.

http://www.discogs.com/image/R-1608826-1232963894.jpeg

In a way all the versions look pretty bootleg-ish. Original:

http://www.discogs.com/image/R-159669-1143913844.jpeg

Sub Verse (OMG, colors!):

http://www.discogs.com/image/R-248958-1223124609.jpeg

There isn't even a booklet, the cover is literally just a cover with nothing on the back (or do the older versions have something else?).


I dont know where you got this info from but I have got the Sub-Verse 2001 release I can confirm it DOES have a booklet, and doesnt feel at at "bootleggish".

EnD
12-29-2009, 01:19 PM
The one I got in 08 is just a bit of paper for the front cover which was under the guise as a proper reissue.

That's exactly the Metal Face reissue which I too own.

I dont know where you got this info from but I have got the Sub-Verse 2001 release I can confirm it DOES have a booklet, and doesnt feel at at "bootleggish".
Okay, I was talking about the 08 pressing although the text was underneath the Sub Verse pic, do'h.

But the conclusion: The Metal Face Records' (DOOM's own label...I guess) reissue is crappy/cheapest in terms of artwork, thankfully the most important thing - music itself - is in flawless quality.

Guess I'm too copping this 2010-reissue... Talk about a Villain.

EnD
12-29-2009, 01:46 PM
I just realized how much I hate this different version ish... There's who knows how many versions of Digital Bullet, one version of Digi Snax has 8 min You Can't Stop Me Now, Donuts has versions with different packaging, The Sting with a bonus cd...

11th Chamber
12-29-2009, 03:08 PM
2001 issue
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MF-Doom-Operation-Doomsday-cd-hip-hop-rap_W0QQitemZ230417756926QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMusic_ CDs?hash=item35a5f7f2fe

thats the one I got. Shits beautiful

oldie
12-29-2009, 05:25 PM
Okay, props for the info. Weird how Stones Throw said:

This is not a Stones Throw record, but I thought I'd spread the news: Juxtapoz.com got a sneak peek at the official re-release of MF DOOM's OPERATION DOOMSDAY, which has been more or less out of print since 2001. A few years back, Jason Jagel did the great painting onDOOM's MM FOOD album, and we came up with the idea of recreating the DOOMSDAY artwork in the same style since some problem with the original art was apparently holding up a reissue.

...when the Metal Face reissue really came 2008 and had the original cover. Metal Face Records is supposed to be DOOM's very own label, so did ST just forgot this 2008 version or is there something fishy going on.

www.metalfacerecords.com (http://www.metalfacerecords.com)
^lol

sorry it took me so long to drop the info but glad someone got to it before.

it all does sound a tad strange tbh lol

so what is this, the 4th issue of it?

oldie
12-29-2009, 05:27 PM
this was posted by someone by a comment

http://www.neferiu.com/releases/downloads/DirtySample-ThePerfectMask.zip

thought people might want it