The debut album by Scottish indie-pop favorites The Vaselines — the 10-song Dum-Dum, originally released in 1989 shortly before the band split for the first time — will be reissued on clear heavyweight 180-gram vinyl next month for Record Store Day in the U.K.
The reissue is being released by Glass Records Redux under a license from Sub Pop Records, to which The Vaselines’ Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee signed when they reunited in the late 2000s.
Tracklist: The Vaselines, Dum-Dum
“Sex Sux (Amen)”
“The Day I Was A Horse ”
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