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[Cleopatra Records] - Occult Box (5CDs, 7" vinyl, Booklet, + Pentagram Necklace)


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A wishlist of 90s-00s goth /industrial / hauntology / occult-related bands from the legendary Cleopatra label, with a choice of colored 7" vinyl, now at a sale price. If this was 1995, I'd be tempted to buy it. Limited to 666 copies of each vinyl color.


https://cleorecs.com/store/shop/occult-box-limited-edition-5-cds-7-lp-w-pendant-chain/

 

 

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As long as it's shipped to me by a guy wearing a trench coat, shades and a fedora, who drives a beat up spray painted black Mazda with a green glow underneath.

 

Then, it's worth it.

Clove cigarettes, optional.

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