To The Highest Bidder - Supersister

To The Highest Bidder
In 1971 they signed to John Peel'sDandelion label and remained a favourite of his. Eccentric, accomplished and unique, Supersister's albums are a joy to any fan of original music. Esoteric Recordings are pleased to reissue their classic second album with additional bonus tracks comprising single cuts from 1971 and fully restored artwork. Open your ears to Supersister!
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Code: ECLEC2057
Weight: 200
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A Girl Named You / No Tree Will Grow (On Too High A Mountain) / Energy (Out Of Future) / Higher Bonus Tracks A Girl Named You (Single Version) / Missing Link / No Tree Will Grow (Single Edit) / Previously Unreleased On CD - The Groupies Of The Band
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