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£31.99

Cat:3543227     Barcode:602435432274

Record Store Day exclusive

2LP on ‘Yellow and Blue’ Coloured Heavyweight Vinyl

Face Dances celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2021 with this 2-LP expanded coloured vinyl version, both discs have been mastered by Jon Astley and cut at Half Speed by Miles Showell at the world-famous Abbey Road Studios …

Record Label: UMC

Format: Album

Genre: Rock

Release Date: 12/06/2021

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Description

Face Dances celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2021 with this 2-LP expanded coloured vinyl version, both discs have been mastered by Jon Astley and cut at Half Speed by Miles Showell at the world-famous Abbey Road Studios.

Disc One contains the newly re-mastered version of the album while Disc Two has a side of studio out-takes and four tracks from the bands Rockpalast show in 1981 which appear for the first time on vinyl. The vinyl is housed in a slim line 12” box with 4 bonus art prints of the band members.

Track Listing

LP 1: Face Dances

Side One

  1. You Better You Bet
  2. Don’t Let Go The Coat
  3. Cache Cache
  4. The Quiet One
  5. Did You Steal My Money

Side Two

  1. How Can You Do It Alone
  2. Daily Records
  3. You
  4. Another Tricky Day

LP 2: Face Dances Pt. 3

Side Three

  1. I Like Nightmares (From the Face Dances sessions)
  2. It’s In You (From the Face Dances sessions)
  3. Somenody Saved Me (From the Face Dances sessions)
  4. Dance It Away (From the Face Dances Sessions)
  5. Don’t Let Go The Coat (Alternative take from the Face Dances sessions. Pete on lead vocal)

Side Four

  1. Don’t Let Go The Coat (live)
  2. You Better You Bet (live)
  3. The Quiet One (live)
  4. Another Tricky Day (live)
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