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Belle & Sebastian - Push Barman To Open Old Wounds limited edition vinyl

BELLE & SEBASTIAN - PUSH BARMAN TO OPEN OLD WOUNDS VINYL (LTD. ED. CLEAR 3LP TRI-FOLD)

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LIMITED EDITION CLEAR 3LP VINYL TRIPLE GATEFOLD

Release Date: 31st July 2020

The first ever coloured vinyl pressing of the 2005 release, chronicling all 25 songs from Belle and Sebastian’s early EP’s and singles released on Jeepster Recordings, compiled onto one album. The 3LP set includes: 

Belle & Sebastian - Dog On Wheels (1997) 
Belle And Sebastian* - Lazy Line Painter Jane (1997) 
Belle & Sebastian - 3.. 6.. 9 Seconds Of Light (1997) 
Belle And Sebastian* - This Is Just A Modern Rock Song (1998) 
Belle And Sebastian* Featuring The Maisonettes - Legal Man (2000) 
Belle & Sebastian - Sing Jonathan David (2001) 
Belle & Sebastian - I'm Waking Up To Us (2001) 

For Fans Of/You May Also Like: Yo La Tengo, Destroyer, Young Marble Giants, Nap Eyes

 

"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."