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Originally released in 2009, for lack of a better name is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music producer & composer deadmau5. Comprised of some of deadmau5 biggest hits, including fan favorite Ghosts n Stuff featuring Rob Swire, which reached 2x RIAA Platinum certifications.

The album also hit RIAA Gold certifications in Canada and the United Kingdom, reaching #1 on the U.K. Dance Albums charts upon its initial release. A few other key tracks off the album include the timeless classic Strobe, Hi Friend! featuring MC Flipside, & many more.

Available for the first time ever on vinyl, this is for lack of a better name...

Originally released in 2009, for lack of a better name is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music producer & composer deadmau5. Comprised of some of deadmau5 biggest hits, including fan favorite Ghosts n Stuff featuring Rob Swire, which reached 2x RIAA Platinum certifications.

The album also hit RIAA Gold certifications in Canada and the United Kingdom, reaching #1 on the U.K. Dance Albums charts upon its initial release. A few other key tracks off the album include the timeless classic Strobe, Hi Friend! featuring MC Flipside, & many more.

Available for the first time ever on vinyl, this is for lack of a better name...

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for lack of a better name [Transparent Turquoise 2LP]
Artist: Deadmau5
Format: Vinyl
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Originally released in 2009, for lack of a better name is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music producer & composer deadmau5. Comprised of some of deadmau5 biggest hits, including fan favorite Ghosts n Stuff featuring Rob Swire, which reached 2x RIAA Platinum certifications.

The album also hit RIAA Gold certifications in Canada and the United Kingdom, reaching #1 on the U.K. Dance Albums charts upon its initial release. A few other key tracks off the album include the timeless classic Strobe, Hi Friend! featuring MC Flipside, & many more.

Available for the first time ever on vinyl, this is for lack of a better name...

        
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