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Featured article: Land Air Sea

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Land Air Sea is the third studio album by Pat Wilson's band The Special Goodness. Due to the by-now cemented lineup and refined material, Wilson considers the album to be the band's "first true release", despite it being the third album under the Special Goodness name. The album features numerous songs which previously appeared on the band's first two albums.

It was initially released on March 4, 2003 through Wilson and Atom Willard's personal label N.O.S. Recordings, in conjunction with the independent label The Control Group. This version was released with three different cover artworks, titled the "Skyline", "Farmland", and "City Lights" variants; thusly, the 2003 release has no single canon cover art. The album was re-issued by Epitaph Records on January 20, 2004. This version featured a new track order, remixed and remastered songs, and the omission of the untitled hidden track from the first release. On July 15, 2022, after being hinted by Karl Koch earlier in the year, a 12"-vinyl version of the album was released through the label Hello Records. It was pressed on red vinyl and limited to only 1000 copies, with slightly altered cover art and a unique sleeve. Alongside the release was a pre-order for a new Special Goodness t-shirt design, as well as a 4-part podcast mini-series titled The Special Podness hosted by Koch, Wilson, and Willard.

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