Barsuk is ecstatic to announce the re-release of Kind of Like Spitting's classic Bridges Worth Burning on vinyl. Released in 2002, the album was originally only briefly made available on vinyl with an extremely limited pressing. Before Bridges Worth Burning's release, Kind of Like Spitting had released six previous albums on small DIY labels (three on Portland, OR's beloved Hush Records). Taking a staunchly independent, working-class approach to making records and performing, KOLS often played in houses and in unofficial venues, sometimes as a blistering full band but more often as singer Ben Barnett and his guitar. They released 4 more full-lengths on independent Pacific Northwest labels before taking an extended hiatus in 2006. During the past 8+ years, word of mouth continued to spread about the band and Kind of Like Spitting's prolific output found a whole new generation of fans. In late 2014, the band surprised everyone by announcing it would be reforming, playing shows and releasing new music on Topshelf Records in 2015. With the band reemerging, and a wonderful album that has long been unavailable on wax, now is the perfect time to grant the wishes of KOLSfans who regularly contact Barsuk asking why they can't get Bridges Worth Burning on vinyl.
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.