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Sonic Enemy is an independent record label, owned by Peter Hughes, best known for releasing Beck's first full-length album on cassette, Golden Feelings (1993). In 1999, they re-released Golden Feelings, pressing a total of 2,000 copies, before Beck had them cease production of the CD. The CD is now a sought after collector's item for Beck fans. According to Nevin Martell's Beck The Art of Mutation (page 13), the initial release was "limited to one thousand cassette copies" and "Sonic Enemy pressed several additional runs until 1995."