Re-Mit - Fall (The)

Re-Mit
A natural progression from "Ersatz GB”, "Re-Mit” is awash in bass and drum lead grooves, off kilter modern psyk and tense guitar pop, and features some of Mark E Smith's most arresting deliveries to date. The line-up remains the same as "Ersatz GB”, which performed very well worldwide and the band will be heading out on a full UK tour to promote the album throughout the month.
The set contains 'Sir William Wray' and 'Hittite Man', which featured in different guises on the very popular Record Store Day single.

Release Date: 13/05/2013
Our Price: £10.95
Code: CDBRED580
Weight: 200
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1. NO RESPECTS (INTRO)
2. SIR WILLIAM WRAY
3. KINDER OF SPINE
4. NOISE
5. HITTITE MAN
6. PRE-MDMA YEARS
7. NO RESPECTS REV.
8. VICTROLA TIME
9. IRISH
10. JETPLANE
11. JAM SONG
12. LOADSTONES
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