To celebrate the imminent end of 2016, Problematic Audio Recordings is offering The Long Afternoon's new album, regression, absolutely free through the month of December.

The cover art from Regression, the fourth album by The Long Afternoon, and a key element in Anton Chekhov's apocryphal short story, Sleeping in a culvert.

The cover art from Regression, the fourth album by The Long Afternoon.

Whether your year's been magnificent, terrible, or both, you can't ignore this opportunity! You're going to join the select few who experience and enjoy regression for many years to come.

Just think about how listening to regression will change your outlook for the better. And just imagine the pleasure you'll get when you turn your friends on to one of the best-kept secrets in rock music!

This amazing collection of songs has never before appeared on album, and now it's yours absolutely free.

But let's face facts: We know this album isn't for everybody. Some people want smoothed out, mass-produced, cookie-cutter crap for everything, including music. They won't like regression.

Good. Let them stay stuck on the conventional, officially-sanctioned sounds that keep them asleep. That clears the way for people like you and me to reap the benefits of hearing genuine rock music, created outside the traditional channels.

Just enter your e-mail address and click the button to get this powerful album right now.


Ginger M. Armalade
Executive Director of Special Promotions
Problematic Audio Recordings


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