In 2001, Peter Rehberg (then of Mego) asked Parl Kristian BjÃƒÂƒÃ‚Â¸rn Vester aka Goodiepal if he would be interested in doing something for the label. Despite meeting on numerous occasions at various events and happenings around Europe, nothing was delivered. One hot August day in 2013, a large package arrived containing lacquers for a double vinyl LP. Here it was: the Goodiepal Mego album delivered as lacquers and not a WeTransfer link. The lacquers were sent to plant and made into test-pressings, which revealed three long sides of audio from a concert in Chapel Hill, NC in 2002. Not exactly 11 years in the making but more like 11 years in the waiting. The fourth side is made up of a letter to Peter Rehberg etched onto the vinyl explaining, amongst other things, "the longer a message has to travel over time the more importance you can add to it." With this in mind, this release has no digital footprint and is made available only as a physical vinyl LP in a gatefold cover. PLEASE NOTE: In the long journey to get this music to you the lacquers got knocked about a bit. This means there will be some surface noise and/or pops and clicks!