The Triffids - Treeless Plain [40th Anniversary]

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Description
‘Treeless Plain’ is the debut album by Australian indie-rock group The Triffids, released originally in November 1983. The album was recorded at Emerald City Studios, Sydney, in twelve midnight to dawn sessions, costing less than $3000 during August through to September of 1983. This special 40th Anniversary reissue is pressed on limited 1LP White Vinyl and is housed in the original gatefold sleeve. The album has been remixed by original engineer Nick Mainsbridge using the original 24 track masters.
⚠ Updates

This reissue has been delayed into early 2024.

Editions

• White Vinyl.

Tracklisting

Tracklisting
Red Pony
Branded
My Baby Thinks She’s A Train
Rosevel
I Am A Lonesome Hobo
Place In The Sun
Plaything
Old Ghostrider
Hanging Shed
Hell of a Summer
Madeline
Nothing Can Take Your Place

Release Info

Release Date: 12th January 2024
Format: LP
Label: PIAS

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