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Double vinyl LP pressing with printed inner sleeves including digital download. Digitally remastered and expanded edition includes live material from 'Ear Song' and tracks from 'Acid Jam'. Originally released in 1990 Any Gas Faster on Reckless Records, the album features fellow Room 13 musician Martin Crowley on drums and with Nick on everything else. Replacing his trademark epic guitar workouts in favour of more song-orientated psychedelic rock. "The fourth 'proper' Bevis Frond album and the first to be recorded in a 'proper' studio'... The title came from an advert I wrote for industrial gas when I was a trainee copywriter at an ad agency" Nick Saloman, Hastings 2016.
Lord Plentiful Reflects , Rejection Day (A.M.) , Ear Song , This Corner of England , Legendary , Then You Wanted Me , Lost Rivers , Somewhere Else , Hese Dark Days , Head on a Pole 1 Your Mind's Gone Grey 1, Old Sea Dog 1, Rejection Day (P.M.) 1, Good Old Fashioned Pain 1, Olde Worlde 1, I've Got Eyes in the Back of My Head (Live in Copenhagen) 1, Mediaeval Sienese Acid Blues (Live in Copenhagen) 1, Olde Worlde (Live in Copenhagen) 1, Radio Bloodbeast (Live in Copenhagen)