Before they disbanded, ARAB ON RADAR were called "The Last Rock and Roll band on the Planet'. "Yahweh Or The Highway", the band's fourth and final full length album is anti-math rock at it's most expressive: guitars bleed, wheeze, scream and emote. The drums keep the proceedings hyper-energized and danceable, while the vocals splay a tinge of melody only hinted at previously. During these sessions, Arab On Radar also recorded updated versions of two songs that had originally appeared on a split EP with The Locust a year earlier. Locked away on a roll of analog tape since 2001, the band and SKiN GRAFT Records are making these unheard recordings available in an edition of 550 7' vinyl singles. Produced by Weasel Walter in 2001 at Sound Station Seven, each single comes packaged in a hand fabricated aluminum metal jacket - the surface custom polished and treated by the band's own Mr. Clinical Depression. Each cover is then screen-printed with new three-color artwork by Mat Brinkman and Neil Burke,the original designers of the 'Yahweh Or The Highway' LP art. No two sleeves will be alike. The single comes complete with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity and a heavy, double-sided tri-fold sleeve featuring band vintage photos and lyrics.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.