As some of you know, last month “Ku Klux Glam”, the terrifyingly titled joint album by the old master of psychedelic “hypnagogue” pop, Ariel Pink, and his idol and mentor in low-fidelity terrain, R. Stevie Moore, came out. Until now you could only get it in digital format, through Bandcamp, but we now have details about its physical release. To start with, the version on CD can already be purchased for 25 dollars, which might seem expensive, but we’re talking about an album with 61 songs, almost two and a half hours of music. London label Stroll On Records will also release a limited edition of 100 copies on cassette with 20 of these songs (we leave you with the ones chosen to the right of these lines). You can listen to one of them, “No Zipper”, after the jump, as well as a stream of the entire edition. The album is also expected to reach the shops in double vinyl format in the near future.