Sir Deja Doog's Love Coffin Reissue

Hear Sir Deja Doog's Love Coffin performed live in concert at the Postal Recording ten year anniversary party.

INDIANAPOLIS - IndianaStop -- After Eric Douglas Alexander received a grim diagnosis of brain cancer, the folks at Postal Recording, as well as the greater Indiana Music community, decided to help them produce what we all believed would be Eric's swan song— Sir Deja Doog's Love Coffin. The old Post Office in West Indianapolis had only recently been purchased. Unlike the perfect vintage interior of the studio we know today, the decrepit building was in need of renovation. The session actually included breaks to install windows and floors. In the bitter cold of February, with heavy humor, terrible irony,  and a "party like we're dying tomorrow" mentality, the group of musicians and engineers banged out 19 tunes over 10 intense days of recording. It is now remembered as the first record produced at Postal Recording.

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Thanks to experimental surgeries, much fighting, and more than a little luck, Eric is still with us to celebrate this ten year anniversary. Pick up a copy of the reissue and hear the record performed in its entirety on April 13th at 6:30 PM at Postal Recording. You can also pre-order a copy of the vinyl at this link.

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