Oblivion Records for sale. Well, the music at least.
We’d like to get some money in the hands of the artists we recorded, and given that the releases have been out of print for several decades that’s been impossible.
For several years, Travis Pomposello and I have made available for free download the entire Oblivion Records catalog. Five LPs and a single, plus dozens of bonus tracks. But, I know there are a lot of fans that aren’t comfortable with free, figuring the quality must be sub-standard (not in our case), or that it’s just too much work. Besides, free doesn’t generate any income for the artists.
So we’ve figured out a way to generate income without getting into “the record business” again, which is way too much work for too little return, for everyone. And more importantly, from this point on, Oblivion will be giving 100% of the earnings to the original artists or their estates.
Now the complete Oblivion Records* is available digitally at your favorite online location, thanks to innovations of our distribution partner, Tunecore. Amazon, iTunes, eMusic, and most of the other download stores have all the releases. As do MOG, Spotify, Rhapsody, or any subscription service of your choosing.
*Excepting Tom Pomposello. We don’t have access to the original master tapes, so you’ll have to make do with the free, high quality transfers we’ve made from a clean vinyl LP.
** If you’d like to find out what we’ve learned about this beta year in the digital music biz, just click here.