Just finished the article on Hines in the new Waxpoetics, and I have to say, I had no idea this record was as rare as they claimed. Maybe it was something more common in the Chicagoland area, but I've seen this several times for just a few bucks. Anyways, now knowing that there's people seeking this out, I figure I should probably post it. If you want to know more, go pick up that mag, or just download this and enjoy yourself.
Just noticed the link was fucked. Now it is fixed.