High In A Flat - Bevis Frond (The)

High In A Flat
•    16 track collection from the early years of celebrated cult neo-psychedelic, alternative rock band The Bevis Frond circa 1988-1991

•    Kick starting a re-issue campaign of 20 albums on limited edition vinyl and CD (with bonus tracks)

•    Focusing on main man Nick Saloman’s songwriting and taken from the ‘Miasma’, ‘Inner Marshland’, ‘Bevis Through The Looking Glass’, ‘Triptych’, ‘Any Gas Faster’ and ‘New River Head’ albums, it's a celebration of timeless alternative rock

•    Includes the super rare title track, originally released as a limited edition single via Bucketfull Of Brains magazine

•    For fans of Dinosaur Jnr, Teenage Fanclub and vintage UK psychedelia

•    Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson

•    This CD is released 14th April and will not be shipped prior to this date.

Track Listing:

1.    SPLENDID ISOLATION        
2.    SHE'S IN LOVE WITH TIME    
3.    MAYBE        
4.    REFLECTIONS IN A TALL MIRROR
5.    I'VE GOT EYES IN THE BACK OF MY HEAD    
6.    ONCE MORE        
7.    IN ANOTHER YEAR        
8.    I CAN'T GET INTO YOUR SCENE
9.    LIGHTS ARE CHANGING        
10.  CORINTHIAN        
11.  THIS CORNER OF ENGLAND    
12.  OLDE WORLDE        
13.  EAR SONG        
14.  HE'D BE A DIAMOND    
15.  WAVING        
16.  HIGH IN A FLAT
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Code: CDMRED611
Weight: 200
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