James Plummer, famous for his Radioactive and Fallout labels, has returned from the sewers with another illegal operation, Erebus. This dude is more slippery than a drug runner. However, we’re a little ahead of the curve on this one. We’ve gotten in touch with all the distributors that have knowingly and unknowingly carried the label in the past, alerted our VeRO contact at eBay, and convinced magazines not to review it. Now we just need the consumers to not buy anything from Erebus, particularly the Sixth Station CD (one track was included on 028 Wayfaring Strangers: Lonesome Heroes and the rest is planned as an individual release). We dealt with this matter before on a previous post:

Numero Group reissues Sixth Station

Numero To Reissue 1982 LP By Sixth Station

The Sixth Station – named for a grim New Testament tableau in which Veronica washes the tortured face of Jesus – managed to avoid overtly Christian themes in favor of a mystical Humanism that resonates timelessly, and to any sort of listener

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