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THE GIST unreleased Rough Trade album (Young Marble Giants)

THE GIST unreleased Rough Trade album (Young Marble Giants)

Postby midnighttoneon » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:16 am

After the break-up of Young Marble Giants, leader Stuart Moxham started The Gist, who released three singles and an album or Rough Trade, including tracks like "Love At First Sight," later covered by Lush and used loads of films, with a French-language version by Etienne Daho selling arounf a million copies. What people don't know is that a second album's worth of material was recorded but not released as Rough Trade started chasing the giant success they would find in The Smiths. Now, here it is!

“Holding Pattern” will be distributed throughout the world as a 14-track LP or CD. A limited number of early orders through Bandcamp will be available with several bonuses - a small book written and SIGNED by Stuart himself, detailing this period of his history with pictures, anecdotes and more, a set of four Gist badges and half a dozen or so free downloads of songs not on the album, sent now and again in the coming months. Vinyl buyers will also receive their copy on GREY vinyl, as opposed to the regular black vinyl which will be available elsewhere.

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