50th anniversary pressing of iconic studio album from America’s greatest rock and roll band; first released in 1970 at the peak of Creedence’s prolific career. The album was mastered at half-speed at Abbey Road Studios, benefiting from an exacting process that allows for an exceptional level of sonic clarity and punch. This 180-gram vinyl comes housed in a tip-on jacket replicating the original pressing packaging. Cosmo's Factory was the fourth and biggest of the string of five top 10 albums Creedence Clearwater Revival released in 1969 and 1970. Included were Travelin' Band, Lookin' out my Back Door, Who'll Stop the Rain, Run Through the Jungle and covers from Marvin Gaye (Creedence Clearwater Revival's signature take on I Heard It Through the Grapevine), Bo Diddley, Roy Orbison and Arthur 'big boy' Crudup.