Cornelius Point (originally released in 2002 on Matador Records) was a definitive moment in 90s indie, almost single handedly evolved...
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Cornelius Point (originally released in 2002 on Matador Records) was a definitive moment in 90s indie, almost single handedly evolved the genre beyond American 'college rock' to something global, MTV playable pop. Point has gone on to sell hundreds of thousands of records and create many devotees.
Now, for the first time, receiving a deluxe reissue that includes 3 never before heard remixes by Kings of Convenience, Herbert, and Yann Tornita.
Limited edition blue vinyl.
House Arrest2019Indie & Alternativeadd-to-cart2019-10-24