We don’t know much about Canadian jazz singer Matt Dusk. But we know one thing for sure — he’ll get very excited when you place his new holiday album, Old School Yule, on your turntable at home or in the office.
That’s because, as Dusk points out, he and his team “overlooked a minor design flaw” when creating the vinyl edition of his album, a Magic Records release that spotlights 16 jazz covers of familiar holiday classics like “Jingle Bells” and “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.”
That design flaw, as you can see below, revolves around the vinyl issue’s center sticker. The picture shows Dusk leaping in the air, innocently enough, but the hole removed for the center post spindle is positioned by his groin. Which gets properly filled in by a bulging knob when the album is on the record player.
We’ll assume this is all an accident, unless Dusk is looking to replace the late Blowfly as the king of raunchy holiday songs. But we think this was not intentional.
“Bring on the creative hashtags,” Dusk tweeted.