2016 Press Red 200 pcs
white labels with hand written "What's your..." and "Reason to believe”, especially made for the Jon Bunch Memorial show. 125 of these were sold at the show, 75 were later sold via their alightinthedark.bigcartel.com store
REVHQ FUN FACT
Outspoken's 1992 LP, "A Light In The Dark," featured a more traditional hardcore sound than the metal-influenced hardcore gaining popularity at the time. But a 2016 re-pressing of the LP included some metal-riffs that you'd never know were in there.
Southern California's New Age Records issued a limited pressing of "A Light In The Dark" on red vinyl for the Jon Bunch Benefit show in 2016. Around the same time, a new vinyl edition of Slayer's "Haunting The Chapel" was also being pressed at the same plant on clear and red splatter vinyl.
Quite a few copies of the Slayer record didn't make it through quality control and had to be recycled. That re-ground vinyl eventually found its way back onto the presses - and into the above-mentioned red copies of the Outspoken LP.
There is an image somewhere, to check out both records, including the re-ground vinyl pellets in the background of the Slayer album on the left side of the image.