Whoa, I think maybe the "c" stands for "colored vinyl"

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It's cool enough when local musicians show that extra bit of love for their albums by releasing them on vinyl, but what lo-fi pop artist Marc With a C has done transforms that gesture into shout-it-from-the-rooftops amorousness. For his new album Popular Music, which is due out Feb. 5, he got all multi-chromatic with the record itself, leading me to believe that maybe the "c" in Marc With a C nowadays stands for "colored vinyl." But good news for eager vinyl nerds, the official record release party is on Feb. 2, so you can make your record player look like you're creating spin art and brighten up your life three days earlier than the rest of humanity, if you're one of those folks who's inclined to have a good time on top of scoring a neat new record for your collection.

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