Lambchop - What Another Man Spills [Remastered 20th Anniversary Reissue]
Remastered from the original DAT, the 2LP and CD reissue features new artwork and liner notes by Kurt Wagner.
The limited edition 2LP is pressed on 180g heavyweight, coloured vinyl (one LP yellow, one LP clear).
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Lambchop’s 1998 album ’What Another Man Spills’ is being pressed to vinyl for the first time after it’s original release 20 years ago!
'What Another Man Spills' (1998) represents a milestone in Lambchop’s career, but not in the modern sense of a ‘landmark’ release. Building on foundations that had once sounded almost literally creaky, it expands upon the tentative manoeuvres they had undertaken with the previous year’s Thriller (1997) and gestures confidently towards its brassy successor, Nixon, which would arrive in 2000 to wild acclaim and previously unimaginable commercial success.
Remastered Anniversary Edition on heavy double vinyl. New artwork, liner notes by Kurt Wagner.
A2. The Saturday Option
B1. Give Me Your Love (Love Song)
B2. Life #2
C1. It’s Not Alright
C3. I’ve Been Lonely For So Long
D1. Magnificient Obsession
D2. King Of Nothing Never
D3. The Theme From The Neil Miller Show
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