The LPs are expected to arrive next week, and feature cleaned-up and boosted sound courtesy of Cave organist Cooper Crain, hand-screened jackets, and a replica of the poster that was included with the original. Your best way to get your hands on this will be directly from Priority Male, a label best known for cranking out tapes full of Chicago's weirder sounds, such as Sich Mang, Moonrises, and Josh Burke. It also reissued obscure protopunks the Keggs last year. If you're familiar with Ono, you probably have a pretty good idea of what this LP contains: sparse electronic beats, saxophone skronk, theatrical vocals, and oddball bass riffs.
The intitial pressing is 500 copies, and Ono's second album, 1986's Ennui, will get a reissue from these guys down the line as well. Ono's release show for Albino, their new LP on Moniker Records, is at Quenchers on Wed 10/31.