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Spoon - Transference [2020 Repress]

Spoon - Transference [2020 Repress]

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'Transference' is the seventh studio album by Spoon, newly recut from the original masters.

'Transference' is released as part of the Slay On Cue series, which will see the reissue of the band's first eight records in original editions - 'Telephono' (1996), 'Soft Effects EP' (1996), A 'Series Of Sneaks' (1998), 'Girls Can Tell' (2001), 'Kill The Moonlight' (2002), 'Gimme Fiction' (2005), 'Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga' (2007) and 'Transference' (2010). 

"Some of these albums haven't been available on vinyl or CD in years, and in some places they never actually came out," says frontman Britt Daniel.

Before Destruction
Is Love Forever?
The Mystery Zone
Who Makes Your Money
Written In Reverse
I Saw the Light
Trouble Comes Running
Goodnight Laura
Out Go the Lights
Got Nuffin
Nobody Gets Me But You

Artist: Spoon
Label: Matador
Catalogue: OLE1496LP
Barcode: 191401149617
Format: LP or CD
Release Date: 11th September 2020
                               

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