When first opened, the label on the disc is almost entirely black. However, the label is heat-sensitive and turns white when played in a disc player for a long enough time. The label can also be revealed by touching the disc. On finding the heat-sensitive ink Carney told the Los Angeles Times, "Before we started the design, I talked to the people [at the label] and said I'd heard of this ink. Literally, every ink supplier was contacted. People are really open to making new packaging." On Australian copies of the album, the disc is white with black text; on the European copies the disc is silver with black text.
On Un Camino, mariachi, CW, gospel, psych stone, blues and spirit all mash collectively into a comfortable and sometimes impressive torrent; their charm is much less in clean sounds as clean composites of outdated ones, covered around typically dusty tales of errant womenfolk and addiction to appreciate. This 7th studio album throws up some fantastic illustrations: opener Lonesome Boy will take base-level stone'n'roll and layers on synths, gospeI blaze and máriachi twangs and ends up appearing invigorated and fresh, like burning alive in the. Deceased and Gone bristIes with psych nóir classicism, grisly clarinet noise and sparkling melodies, as if scoopéd from Tarantino't scratchiest W movie problem. Gold on the Ceiling, all glam handcIaps and Rhubarb Custárd synth splats, also does a soul-swathéd Glitter stomp aróund the hoe-dówn. 2b1af7f3a8