The Works E.P.
The tracks were recorded in between tours of the UK & Europe in early 1988 while the band were still promoting their debut album Darkside, which had been released by Big Beat in 1987. The recordings feature the new revamped line up following LLoyd Tripps' move to the USA which notably includes a certain bass player who later went on to form indie rock band Lush.
The E.P. features pounding new versions of band original One Of These Days & Hate (The Stoics) which had both appeared on the LP, along with further fuzz drenched versions of I Must Be Mad (The Craig) & The Bummer (Lincoln St. Exit).
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