Originally self-released in November of 2011 as a free download, Oakland rock-and-rollers B. Hamilton are now looking to release their full-length Everything I Own Is Broken on vinyl through Kickstarter. Check out the campaign here.

With 5 days remaining, the band is about $650 short of their $2000 goal. Since pledges of $15 or more receive a copy of the vinyl, it’s a win-win situation — buyers get an awesome local rock record for $15 and B. Hamilton earn a well-deserved (albeit probably small) paycheck for their efforts. Bonus points: Anyone who donates a dollar or more will have their name pressed on the record.

According to the band, pledges over $100 will get a copy of the record “plus we’ll take you out for a night on the town, give you whatever merchandise we make in the near future, and give you a bunch of synthetic hair.”

Sounds like a deal to us. Don’t forget that you can stream (or download) Everything I Own Is Broken and enjoy B. Hamilton‘s bluesy rock before you buy. Try standout track “Turn Out The Lights” for some foot-stomping bass-heavy rock (and forget about the Black Keys for awhile):

Or check out this quality video of the band playing the C.A.M.P. festival in Guerneville.