The Vaselines’ debut ‘Dum-Dum’ to be reissued on clear vinyl for Record Store Day

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.

The 11th annual Record Store Day falls on April 21 this year; visit the U.S. Record Store Day and U.K. Record Store Day websites for full lists of releases and participating indie retailers.

 

Tracklist: The Vaselines, Dum-Dum

Side A
“Sex Sux (Amen)”
“Slushy”
“Monsterpussy”
“Teenage Superstars”
“No Hope”

Side B
“Oliver Twisted”
“The Day I Was A Horse ”
“Dum-Dum”
“Hairy”
“Lovecraft”

 

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