The record comes housed in a 350 gsm reverse board sleeve with a 11x11 insert.
Our take: Mystic Inane, as I've emphasized here many times before, are a great band. In fact, I'd say that if you only follow half a dozen or so current bands in the whole universe of DIY hardcore, Mystic Inane should probably be one of those bands. Yes, they're that good, and more importantly they sound like what punk should be in 2016. This 12" collects all of their previously released material, and if you haven't been following my previous instructions to buy each of their releases, it provides a handy way to get yourself up to speed. There isn't any new material for those of us who have been following the band obsessively, but hey, you can't win them all. But really, everyone who listens to Mystic Inane wins. Go ahead, be a winner.