TERRY EDWARDS AND THE SCAPEGOATS - My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me - 2LP - Vinyl [RSD 2022]

€30.99
Label: Sartorial Records SKU: Catalogue ID: FIT085LP Format: Vinyl
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TERRY EDWARDS AND THE SCAPEGOATS - My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me - 2LP - Vinyl [RSD 2022]

TERRY EDWARDS AND THE SCAPEGOATS - My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me - 2LP - Vinyl [RSD 2022]

€30.99

 

2LP – Limited Edition Black Vinyl. Includes download code

Available exclusively in-store on Saturday 23rd April 2022.
Any all/remaining copies will be on sale online from 7pm on Sunday 24th April.

First time on vinyl for this album. Proto Jazz-Punk multi-genre splatter album, released on CD in 1993, My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me is available on vinyl for the first time as a double LP, playing at 45rpm for superior sound quality. The accompanying download includes radio edits of live favourite 6-8-1 (The Burn-Up) and Blue Funk, plus Ructions (60s Stereo Mix) and Qualm-Free Zone.

A statement of intent from the off, this is an album first and foremost. No singles, a piece of work to be listened to as a whole - from short shards of humorous observation (Cover Versions), politics (Margaret Thatcher We Still Hate You), straight-as-a-die covers (A Taste Of Honey and Jean-Pierre) to the closing Musique Concrete of the title track, prisoners were never taken. Terry Edwards and The Scapegoats look forward to the vinyl edition of My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me to bemuse, baffle and delight once again as it did on it’s release when Acid House was on it’s way out and Britpop was on it’s way in.

QTY (UK & Ireland): 500

Tracklisting:

Side A
A1. 6-8-1 (The Burn-Up)
A2. Hey Louis Let's Do Lunch
A3. Cover Versions
A4. Ructions

Side B
B1. I Don't Know Where It's Coming From (But I Dig It)
B2. Knife
B3. Known, Not Wanted
B4. It's Showtime

Side C
C1. No Qualms
C2. De-hydrate/Re-hydrate
C3. Blue Funk

Side D
D1. A Taste Of Honey
D2. Margaret Thatcher We Still Hate You
D3. Jean Pierre
D4. My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me