TEENAGE FANCLUB – ” Vinyl Reissue’s “

Posted: May 1, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Teenage Fanclub are putting out five new vinyl reissues. These reissues cover the Creation era,  the first pressings of these will each come with a special seven-inch single that offers two tracks from a selection of rarities, picked by the band. These are all new to vinyl with one track previously unreleased.

For fans of cult Scottish band will be able to get their hands on new pressings of 1991’s Bandwagonesque, 1993’s Thirteen, 1995’s Grand Prix, 1997’s Songs From Northern Britain, and 2000’s Howdy!. They will be packaged in faithful reproductions of the original vinyl artwork and available on heavyweight 180g single vinyl, released on 10th August by Sony Music.

According to a press release, each album will come with a bonus 7″ single containing rarities, B-sides, and previously unreleased tracks selected by the band.

Each album has been remastered from the original tapes at Abbey Road Studios, London under the guidance of the band, and will be packaged in a faithful re-production of the original vinyl artwork. Each LP will be pressed on 180gsm black vinyl.

 

All records are out via the band’s official website on August 10th.

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Teenage Fanclub have confirmed a series of live shows where the set list will linger on songs from their Creation era. The ‘Songs From Teenage Fanclub’ tour will see them play songs from 91-93 on ‘Night 1’, from 94-97 on ‘Night 2’ and from 98-00 on ‘Night 3’.

November
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9 / 10 / 11 Birmingham Institute
13 / 14 / 15 London Electric Ballroom

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