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The Boy With The Arab Strap (RSD21 EDITION)

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    Repress of a classic critically acclaimed album on coloured vinyl for very first time. Green Vinyl

    Snow Patrol

    When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up

      To commemorate Snow Patrol’s 25th anniversary year Jeepster Records are making their second album ‘When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up’ available on vinyl for the very first time.

      Snow Patrol released their second record, ‘When Its All Over We Still Have To Clear Up’ through Jeepster Recordings on 12th March 2001. The album was the follow up to their critically acclaimed debut ‘Songs For Polar Bears’ which was released in 1998.

      The rest, as they say, is history…


      TRACK LISTING

      LP
      A1. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again
      A2. Ask Me How I Am
      A3. Making Enemies
      A4. Black & Blue
      A5. Last Ever Lone Gunman
      A6. If I’d Found The Right Words To Say
      A7. Batten Down The Hatch
      B1. One Night Is Not Enough
      B2. Chased By… I Don’t Know What
      B3. On/Off
      B4. An Olive Grove Facing The Sea
      B5. When Its All Over We Still Have To Clear Up
      B6. Make Love To Me Forever
      B7. Firelight

      Bonus 7”
      A1. Hollow As I Am
      B1. And Then I’m Gonna

      Belle And Sebastian

      The Boy With The Arab Strap

        After 1997's "If You're Feeling Sinister" made them critics' darlings, Scottish octet Belle And Sebastian ran straight into a series of label woes, and into the inevitable feeding frenzy that surrounds a free agent with their prodigious talents. Their experience with one label exec is detailed in "Seymour Stein" on "The Boy With The Arab Strap", which finds theband building on the pastoral pop charms of "Sinister...", adding a palpable layer of anger and an increasingly rich sonic palette to their painfully shy tales of despair.

        Near-overnight success taught the band a lot. This album moves from their trademark confessional diary sketches (still in abundance, as on the disarmingly naive "Is It Wicked Not To Care", and the tender "Rollercoaster Ride") to genuine social criticism, as on the title track, a narrative meditation on Britain's pretensions and societal ills. "Chickfactor" pulls apart the banality the band encountered on arrival in New York, an experience which only served to deepen the bashful anger that makes Belle and Sebastian so endearing.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. It Could Have Been A Brilliant Career
        2. Sleep The Clock Around
        3. Is It Wicked Not To Care
        4. Ease Your Feet In The Sea
        5. A Summer Wasting
        6. Seymour Stein
        7. A Space Boy Dream
        8. Dirty Dream Number Two
        9. The Boy With The Arab Strap
        10. Chickfactor
        11. Simple Things
        12. The Rollercoaster Ride

        Belle And Sebastian

        Tigermilk

          Originally released in an edition of 1,000 vinyl LPs as part of a college music business course, Belle & Sebastian's 1996 debut "Tigermilk" rapidly became a highly sought-after collector's item. Reissued in 1999 to combat a flood of expensive bootlegs, the album shows that the band's later acclaim was not unfounded.

          Nine of the 10 tracks feature main songwriter Stuart Murdoch's winsome vocals, a mix of acoustic andelectric instrumentation and a grab-bag of pianos, horns, flutes, and hand claps. The odd one out of the bunch is "Electronic Renaissance", an electronic keyboard knockabout that recalls Depeche Mode's more insistent moments from the Vince Clarke era. Standouts among the other tracks are "Expectations", the tale of a square peg at school who is 'known for being strange/Making life-size models of the Velvet Underground in clay', the lyrically wistful but musically charged "She's Losing It", and "I Don't Love Anyone", which references Felt, a band Belle & Sebastian cites among its influences.



          TRACK LISTING

          1. State I Am In
          2. Expectations
          3. She's Losing It
          4. You're Just A Baby
          5. Electronic Renaissance
          6. I Could Be Dreaming
          7. We Rule The School
          8. My Wandering Days Are Over
          9. I Don't Love Anyone
          10. Mary Jo

          Belle And Sebastian

          Push Barman To Open Old Wounds

            The intriguingly titled ‘Push Barman To Open Old Wounds’ is a chronological double CD / triple LP collection of all 25 songs from Belle and Sebastian’s Jeepster EP and single releases compiled onto one album. 

            On first release in 2005 ‘Push Barman To Open Old Wounds’ appeared in two formats, a hardback casebound 2CD with deluxe booklet and a 3LP vinyl pressing in a beautiful triple gatefold sleeve. Now, for the first time we have produced a coloured vinyl edition of the 3LP and are making this available exclusively to independent retailers along with the deluxe CD. 

            The songs included on the album date back to the early days of the band’s career in 1997 when they released 3 four track EPs (‘Dog On Wheels’, ‘Lazy Line Painter Jane’ and ‘3..6..9 Seconds of Light’) to bridge the time between the release of their albums ‘If You’re Feeling Sinister’ (1996) and ‘The Boy With The Arab Strap’ (1998). Also included is the band’s most successful single ‘Legal Man’ which reached number 15 in the UK chart in May 2000. The set concludes with the band’s last Jeepster single release ‘I’m Waking Up To Us’ providing an attractive access point to the band’s catalogue for new fans who may have only heard their later work.

            None of these songs feature on Belle & Sebastian’s albums and as individual singles they are increasingly rare. 

            The album is named for a piece of graffiti seen in some toilets in a bar in Glasgow. 

            TRACK LISTING

            Dog On Wheels
            The State I Am In
            String Bean Jean
            Belle & Sebastian
            Lazy Line Painter Jane
            You Made Me Forget My Dreams
            A Century Of Elvis
            Photo Jenny
            A Century Of Fakers
            Le Pastie De La Bourgeoisie
            Beautiful
            Put The Book Back On The Shelf
            This Is Just A Modern Rock Song
            I Know Where The Summer Goes
            The Gate
            Slow Graffiti
            Legal Man
            Judy Is A Dick Slap
            Winter Wooskie
            Jonathan David
            Take Your Carriage Clock And Shove It
            The Loneliness Of A Middle Distance Runner
            I’m Waking Up To Us
            I Love My Car
            Marx And Engels

            Belle And Sebastian

            If You're Feeling Sinister

              Their first 'official' release, after the limited edition "Tiger Milk" album. Includes "The Stars Of Track And Field" and "If You're Feeling Sinister". Clever, witty songs - a true indie classic.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. The Stars Of Track And Field
              2. Seeing Other People
              3. Me And The Major
              4. Like Dylan In The Movies
              5. The Fox In The Snow
              6. Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying
              7. If You're Feeling Sinister
              8. Mayfly
              9. The Boy Done Wrong Again
              10. Judy And The Dream Of Horses

              Belle And Sebastian

              Fans Only

                A great DVD compilation, including all their videos, along with live performances, interviews, out-takes, TV appearances, early documentary footage, exclusive material and behind the scenes insights into the evolution of the band.

                Belle And Sebastian

                Storytelling

                  Almost two years since "Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant", Belle & Sebastian return with "Storytelling". The album is compiled of songs that were written throughout 2001 for Todd Solondz's film of the same name. Some of the tracks feature in the film and others were written about the film after its completion. The album also features excerpts of dialogue from the film.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Fiction
                  2. Freak
                  3. Dialogue: Conan, Early Letterman
                  4. Fuck This Shit
                  5. Night Walk
                  6. Dialogue: Jersey's Where It's At
                  7. Black And White Unite
                  8. Consuelo
                  9. Dialogue: Toby
                  10. Storytelling
                  11. Dialogue: Class Rank
                  12. I Don't Want To Play Football
                  13. Consuelo Leaving
                  14. Wandering Alone
                  15. Dialogue: Mandingo Cliche
                  16. Scooby Driver
                  17. Fiction Reprise
                  18. Big John Shaft


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