Once upon a time (i.e., 2009), a little-bitty baby band by the name of Diarrhea Planet released an EP called Aloha via CD-Rs in repurposed jewel cases. In 2011, DP went on to release a proper version of Aloha, as well as their Yama-Uba EP, via Infinity Cat Recordings; those sold out, and have remained out of print ever since. Scene covers and Pitchfork reviews and collaborations with Melissa Etheridge came and went, but still, Aloha and Yama-Uba remained out of print.
Until now. Today, Infinity Cat has released reissued versions of Aloha and Yama-Uba on 7-inch, and you can purchase those here and here, respectively, each for $5.99. What's more, iCat tells us that the Aloha + Yama Uba pre-order pack (which features a bunch of goodies and was thought to have been sold out) "will be available on Record Store Day at Grimey's, The Groove and Fond Object." The sweet, enticing package, in addition to the two 7-inches, also features a "Ghost With a Boner" sticker by Derek Ramsey and a Diarrhea Planet print drawn by Jessi and Nikki of Those Darlins. See the rad-lookin' print after the jump, and look above to see a little promo video featuring supreme bopper, Heavy Cream frontwoman and Cheap Time bassist Jessica "Baby Jessica" McFarland.