Ty Segall has become one of the biggest names in underground music partially through sheer force of productivity. The endlessly prolific garage rocker has already released three albums this year — his solo effort Freedom’s Goblin, a collaborative LP with White Fence called Joy, and a brand new ripper with his aggro post-punk band GØGGS called Pre Strike Sweep — and a fourth, the covers album Fudge Sandwich, is out this Friday. He also put out an EP with his band the CIA, a collaboration with his wife, Denee Segall, and Cairo Gang’s Emmett Kelly.
Well, it turns out there’s yet another Segall album out in 2018. As Pitchfork points out, Segall released a fifth full-length effort called Orange Rainbow during his art show of the same name Friday at LA gallery Crying Clover. Per Reddit, it was priced at $25. The release is limited to 55 cassettes and is out via Segall’s Drag City subsidiary God? Records.
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A Discogs listing explains that despite the extremely limited run, Orange Rainbow comes in four different versions: 11 copies with appropriately orange-colored cover art, 11 more with a red cover, 11 in bright yellow, and 22 in deep yellow. Here’s the tracklist:
01 “Lag El Sty”
04 “I Killed Him”
05 “Big Stuffs”
07 “Scene 4″
08 “Dueling Lord”
09 “Rainbow Bridge”
10 “I Killed Him 2″
Hear a YouTube rip of the album below.