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Last Splash - 30th Anniversary Analog Edition

    Recorded by the ‘classic’ Breeders line-up of Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson, and featuring the infectiously appealing ‘Cannonball’, Last Splash immediately became an alt-rock classic, achieving platinum status in the UK and US, and is ranked in Pitchfork’s Top 100 Records of the 1990s.

    To celebrate this anniversary, the album has been remastered from the original analog tapes – previously thought to be lost – a process which also brought to light two unreleased tracks, a discovery that will delight fans.

    Entitled Last Splash (the 30th Anniversary Original Analog Edition), this special edition will span two 12” 45rpm vinyl discs, plus an exclusive, one-sided etched 12” disc containing two forgotten tracks from the original Last Splash sessions: ‘Go Man Go’, a track that Kim co-wrote with Black Francis, and ‘Divine Mascis’, a version of ‘Divine Hammer’ with lead vocals provided courtesy of Dinosaur Jr.’s J Mascis.

    For this special edition, the original, iconic sleeve art by the late visionary designer Vaughan Oliver has been gloriously reimagined by his long-time design partner Chris Bigg.


    TRACK LISTING

    1. New Year
    2. Cannonball
    3. Invisible Man
    4. No Aloha
    5. Roi
    6. Do You Love Me Now?
    7. Flipside
    8. I Just Wanna Get Along
    9. Mad Lucas
    10. Divine Hammer
    11. S.O.S
    12. Hag
    13. Saints
    14. Drivin’ On 9
    15. Roi (Reprise)

    12” Included With LP's
    1. Go Man Go
    2. Divine Mascis

    The Breeders

    Pod

      The Breeders were formed by The Pixies Kim Deal and Throwing Muses Tanya Donelly. This was their debut album originally released by 4AD in May 1990. The album, produced by Steve Albini combines the energy and angular pop sensibilities of their other bands, bolstered by creative songwriting and clever arrangements. It features iconic Vaughan Oliver artwork.

      TRACK LISTING

      Glorious
      Doe
      Happiness Is A Warm Gun
      Oh!
      Hellbound
      When I Was A Painter
      Fortunately Gone
      Iris
      Opened
      Only In 3’s
      Lime House
      Metal Man

      The Breeders

      Mountain Battles

        Fourth studio album, originally released in April 2008. This reissue of ‘Mountain Battles’ includes 12” size, 28 page booklet.

        TRACK LISTING

        Overglazed
        Bang On
        Night Of Joy
        We're Gonna Rise
        German Studies
        Spark
        Istanbul
        Walk It Off
        Regalame Esta Noche
        Here No More
        No Way
        It's The Love
        Mountain Battles

        All Nerve – the first new album from The Breeders in a decade – reunites band members Kim and Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson, the line-up behind the iconic and platinum-selling record, Last Splash.

        The quartet returned to the stage in 2013 to celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary and have been quietly working on new material since then.

        Featuring singles ‘Wait in the Car’ and title track ‘All Nerve’, recording took place at Candyland, Dayton, Kentucky, with Mike Montgomery; Electrical Audio, Chicago, with Steve Albini and Greg Norman; and with Tom Rastikis at Fernwood Studios, Dayton, Ohio. Artwork was conceived by Chris Bigg, who has worked with The Breeders since their first album, Pod.

        TRACK LISTING

        Nervous Mary
        Wait In The Car
        All Nerve
        MetaGoth
        Spacewoman
        Walking With A Killer
        Howl At The Summit
        Archangel’s Thunderbird
        Dawn: Making An Effort
        Skinhead #2
        Blues At The Acropolis

        The Breeders

        Pod

          Though ostensibly a side project of The Pixies' Kim Deal and Throwing Muses' Tanya Donelly, The Breeders' 1990 debut, "Pod", has held up as a classic of late 80s/early 90s off-kilter alternative pop, surpassing the contemporaneous work of their main bands. Though Deal would really hit the big time 3 years later with the Breeders' follow-up, "Last Splash", and Donelly would do the same with her next band, Belly, "Pod" is the band's finest, most coherent, album and perhaps the high point in both their careers. Engineered by the legendary Steve Albini.




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