Release Date: March 12th
Pre-orders expected to ship March 9th
- Any other items you purchase along with this pre-order will NOT ship until this ship date. If you need the other items sooner, please order them separately from this pre-order.
- If you’re ordering items from multiple different pre-orders, ALL items will be held until the latter of all pre-order ship dates, unless you place the pre-orders separately.
Bundle with the other official Atmosphere God's Bathroom Floor merch!
Pre-order now and receive an instant digital download of God’s Bathroom Floor (Remastered) + the live from Montreal version on MP3! Vinyl packaging features brand new artwork by Amalas Rosa printed on a 7” silver foil laminated jacket, creating reflective stars and cosmos, housing black 7” vinyl and free digital download card.
Downloads must be done on a computer.
Initially written and recorded when Atmosphere and fledgling label Rhymesayers Entertainment were still making a name for themselves in the Minneapolis hip-hop scene, “God’s Bathroom Floor” was an early standout for the group. Turning heads and drawing new fans in with Slug’s introspective raps over producer Stress’ hypnotic jazzy beat, the song was performed live frequently, becoming an audience favorite before ever appearing on an actual release. Even then, it was only a live performance they made available, and only on a limited mixtape they released in 1996. It would be another year before the 4-track studio recording would surface on Atmosphere’s Overcast! EP, a collection of focus tracks promoting their debut full-length album, but “God’s Bathroom Floor” never made it onto the album itself and slowly slipped into obscurity from there.
Now, in celebration of its 25th anniversary, the original recording has been unearthed, remastered, and pressed on this limited edition 7-inch vinyl. Plus, in a nod to the song’s original release as a live version, we’ve included a new live performance of the song, recorded recently in Montreal, mixed and mastered exclusively for this special release. Whether you’re a lifelong fan whose first introduction to the group was through this song, a new fan looking to explore the group’s historical roots further, or somewhere in between, this release will be a welcome addition to your Atmosphere collection.
- God’s Bathroom Floor (Remastered)
- God’s Bathroom Floor (Live In Montreal)