Remastered 30th Anniversay Deluxe Edition. An autumnal treasure, East Village's Drop Out has spent the past thirty years finding new ears to bewitch and new hearts to melt. The only album from this British four-piece, recorded and released in the early nineties, it's long been considered one of the hidden jewels of it's time, and is talked of with hushed reverence by people who know. Bob Stanley of Saint Etienne once called it "an elegy for a particular brand of eighties guitar music, sweet minor chords and Dylanesque lyrics", which captures what makes it so special; in summarising it's era, though, it also effortlessly transcends it. The 30th anniversary edition is available in an LP with tip-on style jacket and four-page insert and a double CD, featuring an extra disc compiling the group's early singles and alternative versions. This CD edition, previously only been available in Japan, now features a new, superior mix of their second single, "Back Between Places". Both feature new, typically eloquent liner notes from writer Jon Savage.
Tracklist: 1. Silver Train 2. Shipwrecked 3. Here It Comes 4. Freeze Out 5. Circles 6. When I Wake Tomorrow 7. Way Back Home 8. What Kind of Friend Is This 9. Black Autumn 10. Everybody Knows