“These Are The J.B.’s” – Second Edition On Sale Now!

Now-Again | Jan. 20, 2015 | News | ,

By popular demand – a second edition of the lost James Brown/Bootsy Collins album

Buy the album at our webstore at rappcats.com – ships immediately!

We quickly sold out of the first run of the J.B.’s These Are The J.B.’s album. So fast, in fact, that we were inundated with requests from funk fans who couldn’t fathom that a record that was meant to sell for $25 wasn’t available in their local store and was appearing on the secondary market for between $35 and $50.

They asked us to remedy the situation and we did.

We’re pleased to announce that we have produced a second edition of the album in production. Copies are now in stock and shipping via our Rappcats webstore.

Here are the differences between the first and second editions.

– The first edition comes in an old-school, thick-cardboard, “tip-on” LP sleeve – the second edition comes in a regular, “new-style” LP sleeve.

– The color way has changed for the second variation (see above for the way the second variation will appear).

– The second edition is labeled “second edition” in the legal line on the back.

All else remains the same: same quality of wax, same booklet, same funk. But we wanted to make sure the folks who bought the first edition had something special and there would be no confusion between the two issues.

6 Responses to ““These Are The J.B.’s” – Second Edition On Sale Now!”

  1. twanerino says:

    Hi nowagain!

    Good news that you listen to the popular demand of the people!
    But is there going to be a cd version as well?

    Kind regards,
    Twan

  2. Sean says:

    Everyone should hear this!

    Well done.

  3. j waltzer says:

    CD version?

  4. crawlrawl says:

    I appreciate that explanation is given regarding the differences between the 2 editions. Salute!

  5. Alejandro says:

    I’m almost 100% sure you guys said you wouldn’t repress this. I understand wanting to have more people hear this but, perhaps instead of pressing up more wax, you should’ve just gone back on the vinyl-only bit and pressed up CDs instead. You are taking something special away from your most loyal fans, something which you as collectors understand better than most (just look at your IG feeds, full of super rare records and memorabilia). Your loyal fans jumped right on it and bought every single copy right up and waited months for it to be produced and sent to them. What has been done here is false advertising.

  6. bern says:

    Whoremonger please!

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