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Eyeless In Gaza / Kodak Ghosts Run Amok CD & LP 2-pack

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Release date, January 19

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Eyeless In Gaza formed in 1980 in Warwickshire, England by Martyn Bates and Peter Becker. Their music is undeniably unique but the band has often been described as Post-Punk, New Wave, Art Rock, Avant-Folk, and anywhere in and around. The duo released a string of well-received LPs, singles and EPs on the Cherry Red label through to 1986. From the debut album's wildly experimental instrumentation and Bates' unrestrained vocal style, to the more accessible and pop-oriented sound of their 1986 album, the band never failed to impress. Originally released in 1987, Kodak Ghosts Run Amok (Chronological Singles Etc 1980-1986) collects 13 tracks from the debut single of the same name, through various non-album single A-sides and choice album tracks to give a radical overview of this brilliant catalog of music. Along with the newly remastered 13-track vinyl reissue, a CD reissue has been doubled in size to include a further 13 remastered songs from the same period. The 'Sunflare' colored vinyl LP includes an insert recreating the original LP inner sleeve and the expanded CD reissue is presented in an eco-wallet gatefold with 4-page booklet, each limited to 500 copies.

side 1:

kodak ghosts run amok

invisibility

no noise

others

pencil sketch

veil like calm

bright play of eyes

side 2:

new risen

no perfect stranger

sun bursts in

welcome now

new love here

back from the rains


CD BONUS TRACKS

china blue vision

the feeling's mutual

whitewash

plague of years

keynote inertia

half-light

ever present

one by one

taking steps (original version)

drumming the beating heart

pearl and pale

lilt of music

far lands blue

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