territa wrote:Now, if only they'd go on tour... Anywhere, with enough notice, would be fine with me.
Zuzana wrote:The news has been added to the Medusa frontpage. Here is more detailed info:
The Radiators from Space look forward to their first ever North American album release in October 2011 when their 2007 modern classic Trouble Pilgrim will be released by Shite 'n' Onions. The artwork for the CD will be the so-called "banned" James Dean/Ronald Reagan sleeve, taken from "The Dark, Dark Hours", an American TV drama the actors both appeared in in the early 1950s, in which Dean played a beatnik and Reagan a doctor. In addition, the USA will see a very limited edition (100 copies) coloured vinyl-edition of Trouble Pilgrim, the only vinyl release the album has ever had. For reasons of space and sound quality, the LP version drops two of Trouble Pilgrim's 14 tracks. The new artwork brings to three the total number of distinct packages in which the album has so far been released.
Meanwhile, the band has completed its much anticipated new album Sound City Beat, a tribute album to the Irish rock, blues and beat groups of the 1960s, which contains cover versions of 18 seminal Irish rock classics, influential songs written and originally recorded long before U2, the Pogues or even the Radiators themselves came on the scene. The new album, recorded in Dublin this past summer, will be released in 2012.
Congrats, The Radiators!
Clash Cadillac wrote:Will some one please post here when the pre-order starts for the colored vinyl LP. I'll be really pissed if I don't get one.
shite n onions wrote:It's a available now - you can pick it up from the Rads's facebook page and the shite'n'onions blog
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