The Pooh Sticks - The Pooh Sticks 7" Box Set

The Pooh Sticks - The Pooh Sticks 7" Box Set

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+ Five different coloured vinyl 7” singles + 24 page booklet.

This release includes the original five tracks, and for the first time, five tracks on the flipsides. All of the B sides were recorded in 1988 and four of them have never been available before, the other track “Hard On Love”, was released in 1989 on a flexi-disc and has never been available in any other format.

Originally released in 1988 on Fierce Recordings as a collection of five one-sided singles in a 7” cardboard box (etched on B-sides), with information insert, and hand-drawn designs on the box and labels. (The original now changes hands for about £250 if you are lucky enough to find a copy...)

A1: 1-2-3 Red Light
A2: Double Shot
B1: Heroes And Villains
B2: Life’s A Gas
C1: Heartbreak
C2: Sex Head
D1: I Know Someone Who Knows Someone Who Knows Alan McGee Quite Well
D2: Hard On Love
E1: Indiepop Ain’t Noise Pollution
E2: Knock Three Times

Artist: The Pooh Sticks
Label: Optic Nerve
Catalogue: OPT4025
Barcode: 0604565347770
Format: 7" Box Set
Release Date: 22nd November 2019

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