Pop punk/punk band Audio Karate’s 2002 album Space Camp is seeing a 12″ vinyl pressing for the first time ever courtesy of Wiretap Records and Hidden Home Records in conjunction with Kung Fu Records.

Space Camp was originally released in 2002 on Kung Fu and featured the songs “Nintendo 89,” “Rosemead,” “Drama Club Romance” and more. Audio Karate would go on to play shows and tour in support of the album with bands such as Rise Against, The Vandals, NOFX, The Ataris, Tsunami Bomb and Blink 182.

The reissue comes on the heels of the album turning 15 years old last year in 2017. The pressing is limited to 250 copies on Electric Blue and is expected to arrive/ship in early July. You can pre-order at the labels’ sites here: Wiretap Records | Hidden Home Records

Watch Audio Karate talk about the band’s history and recording of Space Camp in the mini-documentary below.

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