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The Soup Dragons

No Music On A Dead Planet

    The newly reformed Soup Dragons release their frst single in 30 years. The double A- side 7" single features two new tracks; LOVE IS LOVE and NO
    MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET which features the B52's legendary Fred Schneider. The single is released by Last Night From Glasgow on coloured vinyl.

    TRACK LISTING

    1. No Music On A Dead Planet
    2. Love Is Love

    The Soup Dragons

    John Peel Session 24.02.86

      Never before released on vinyl, this is the Soup Dragons’ very first session for the iconic John Peel show, back in the legendary Scottish popsters’ formative days when they were indie kids finding their way, long before their pioneering efforts in indie-dance crossover. Features an early version of blistering single Whole Wide World, plus never-released early-setlist staples such as Too Shy To Say and Learning To Fall. Sleeve notes by Sean Dickson, who also did the masters. Includes download codes and a set of postcards.

      TRACK LISTING

      Too Shy To Say
      Whole Wide World
      Learning To Fall
      Just Mind Your Step Girl

      The Soup Dragons

      Janice Long Session 01.09.86

        The Soup Dragons’ second BBC session (this time for the band’s longstanding friend Janice Long) reveals a group on the verge of change – as witnessed by the fact that most of these songs were never released in any shape or form. Make My Day is a prototype of the single Head Gone Astray, while Lindy’s Realised was named in tribute to the Go-Betweens’ drummer Lindy Morrison. It has never before been released. Sleeve notes by Jim McCulloch; mastered by Sean Dickson. Includes download codes and a set of postcards.

        TRACK LISTING

        Slow Things Down
        Make My Day
        Lindy’s Realised
        The Same Old Story

        The Soup Dragons

        Janice Long Session 30.06.87

          The Soup Dragons’ status as indie-dance pioneers is often overlooked; first, though, came a more rocky sound, as evidenced on their fourth session for the BBC (and the second for longtime supporter, the much missed Janice Long). Can’t Take No More, however, was actually one of their earliest songs; a re-recorded version went to No.1 on the indie charts and just missed the Top 50 in the UK. Session includes another future single in Kingdom Chairs and the instrumental Cow Nest, never before released. Sleeve notes by Ross Sinclair; mastered by Sean Dickson. Includes download codes and a set of postcards.

          TRACK LISTING

          Can’t Take No More
          Kingdom Chairs
          Cow Nest
          Turning Stone


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