Although it’s odd to think that an experimental band such as The Red Krayola would ever release singles, the band did actually release quite a few. This collection brings together 21 tracks that were released in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. Most of them are quite rare with a few that are previously unreleased. Whilst not a best of, the album does chart the progression of the bands sound from the Ry Cooder-ish blues of Old Tom Clark to the very experimental Stil De Grain Brun via the danceable pop of An Old Man’s Dream.
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