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21st anniversary reissue for the seminal 1993 album, complete with 17 bonus tracks - a collection of B-sides, live performances and demos. The album is available remastered, on vinyl (with none of the bonus stuff), CD, or on (Record Store Day only) very limited edition 3-album vinyl which includes the bonus stuff. 


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  • LBFFP90CD / Deluxe remastered 2CD on Mute inc. rare B-Sides, live performances and previously unreleased demos

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  • Triple LP £30.49
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  • XLBFFP90 / Remastered 3LP on Mute inc. rare B-Sides, live performances and previously unreleased demos. Edition of 500 copies
  • Includes download code

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  • LP £13.49
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  • LBFFP90 / Remastered LP on Mute
  • Includes download code

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8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 18th February 2015

If you don't already own this and you'd like to experience the sound of dark soul and funk meeting grungy foreboding rock head on then perhaps you should give it a go. Greg Dulli's voice switches between a dark, sweet, soulful gentleness and a full-on rock growl which means you'll never relax listening to this. It's creepy and claustrophobic whilst being cathartic and energetic. Just as you do think you're settling into the album's dynamic the jabbing funk of "Debonair" explodes out of the speakers. On one of the album's highlights, "My Curse" it's normal to think "What the hell has happened to Greg Dulli's voice?", but a glance at the liner notes tells you it's Marcy Mays from the band, Scrawl - at first it sounds like Dulli at 45rpm. A '90s classic, but not their best album.


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