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Album artwork for Two Against Nature by Steely Dan

In the year 2000, Steely Dan duo Donald Fagen and Walter Becker achieved both commercial and critical success with their long-awaited album “Two Against Nature”, which was released following a twenty-year hiatus. The album charted at number 6 in the US and Canadian Charts, earned a platinum certification in the USA, and went on to win four Grammy Awards including the prestigious “Album of the Year”. For Record Store Day 2021, “Two Against Nature” will achieve another first, as it will be released on vinyl for the very first time, skillfully cut by the album’s original mastering engineer Scott Hull. It will be pressed on audiophile 180gram double black vinyl for the discerning Steely Dan fans, and feature an etching on Side 4. Limited to 10,000 copies.

Steely Dan

Two Against Nature

Rhino/Warner Bros.
Album artwork for Album artwork for Two Against Nature by Steely Dan by Two Against Nature - Steely Dan
Album artwork for Two Against Nature by Steely Dan
LPx2

$39.99

180-gram vinyl. Etching on Side 4.

Black
Limited to 5000 copies
Released 06/12/2021Catalogue Number

A 24719

Steely Dan

Two Against Nature

Rhino/Warner Bros.
Album artwork for Album artwork for Two Against Nature by Steely Dan by Two Against Nature - Steely Dan
Album artwork for Two Against Nature by Steely Dan
LPx2

$39.99

180-gram vinyl. Etching on Side 4.

Black
Limited to 5000 copies
Released 06/12/2021Catalogue Number

A 24719

In the year 2000, Steely Dan duo Donald Fagen and Walter Becker achieved both commercial and critical success with their long-awaited album “Two Against Nature”, which was released following a twenty-year hiatus. The album charted at number 6 in the US and Canadian Charts, earned a platinum certification in the USA, and went on to win four Grammy Awards including the prestigious “Album of the Year”. For Record Store Day 2021, “Two Against Nature” will achieve another first, as it will be released on vinyl for the very first time, skillfully cut by the album’s original mastering engineer Scott Hull. It will be pressed on audiophile 180gram double black vinyl for the discerning Steely Dan fans, and feature an etching on Side 4. Limited to 10,000 copies.