NME's Best Albums and Tracks of 1991 - Rated 49/50!
Seminal third album from one the greatest UK punk bands, Leatherface's Mush is back on wax.
Lovingly repressed, the album comes with extensive liner notes and includes 4 bonus tracks via download; a unique cover of "Message in a Bottle" and "Trenchfoot" from the Not Superstitious 7" & "You Are My Sunshine" and "Dreaming" from the I Want the Moon 7".
Teaming up with engineer Paul Tipler (who also worked on Stereolab and Chapterhouse), Mush was recorded in Greenhouse Studios in North London (owned by Pat Collier of The Vibrators).
Following praise from the music press, they soon found themselves doing John Peel and Mark Radcliffe sessions. Fully remastered, this collection includes extensive liner notes featuring interviews with Frankie, as scribed by The Big Takeover's Jack Rabid, leaving no stone unturned.
...[O]ne of the most intense records of the '90s, with some of the fiercest playing and song dynamics...
- Vinyl LP
- Extensive Liner Notes
- Fully Remastered
- Limited-Time Digital Download - 4 Bonus Tracks
- I Want The Moon
- How Lonely
- I Don't Want To Be The One To Say It
- Pandora's Box
- Not A Day Goes By
- Not Superstitious
- In The Real World
- Baked Potato
- Bowl Of Flies
- Dead Industrial Atmosphere
Limited-Time Digital Download:
- Message In A Bottle (Not Superstitious 7")
- Trenchfoot (Not Superstitious 7")
- You Are My Sunshine (I Want The Moon 7")
- Dreaming (I Want The Moon 7")