25 May 2014
Captured Tracks vs Stockholm Monsters! 
Captured Tracks vs Stockholm Monsters!

The Stockholm Monsters Captured Tracks reissue which was rumoured back in December is confirmed with a plush package set for release on 15 July 2014. It's a double vinyl LP of classic Monsters material and it comes with a 7" vinyl single.

Tracklisting (Captured Tracks 201)

2LP

Terror
Where I Belong
Decalogue
Winter
Five O'Clock
All At Once
Life's Two Faces
Your Uniform
EW
To Look At Her
Something's Got To Give
National Pastime
Happy Ever After
Soft Babies
Miss Moonlight
The Longing
Lafayette
Militia
How Corrupt is RT?
Kan Kill
Dumbstruck

7" A-side

Fairy Tales

7" B-side

Death Is Slowly Coming

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4 Comments:

Anonymous pkrpmusic said...

Not sure if this is going to happen as the CT site has nothing about it...? Any news?

29/06/2014, 19:58

 
Anonymous cerysmatic said...

Piccadilly Records has it listed for 14 July release

29/06/2014, 21:21

 
Anonymous cerysmatic said...

OK, this doesn't guarantee it's coming out but, hey, they wouldn't be the first people to not update their website for a while!

29/06/2014, 21:29

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've just reviewed it for eventhestars.co.uk

26/11/2014, 21:41

 

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