Processing plant mixes up Canadian punk band and Beyoncé’s Lemonade

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As reported by Pitchfork, the extremely anticipated vinyl launch of Beyoncé’s Lemonade has include some bonus tracks for a couple of fortunate consumers—or, to be extra correct, it got here with some incorrect tracks for a couple of unfortunate consumers. Apparently, the processing plant had mistakenly pressed a handful of tracks from Canadian punk band Zex instead of the Beyoncé songs. Zex, which might be fairly thrilled about this, shared a publish on Fb with a clip from one of many tracks together with the caption “#ZexBeyoncésplit.”

Columbia Data has additionally launched an announcement, explaining what occurred and absolving each Beyoncé and Zex of any blame:

As a consequence of human error on the Have fun Data plant in Germany, which Sony makes use of to fabricate vinyl, a small quantity of the European run of the Beyoncé Lemonade vinyl included music from Canadian punk band, Zex, on Facet A. Beyoncé and Zex weren’t conscious of or answerable for the mispress. Followers who bought the vinyl will likely be refunded and given a substitute copy. We apologize for the inconvenience this has triggered.

Hopefully it will finally result in an actual Beyoncé/Zex cut up album, which might be bizarre and enjoyable.

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