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✨✧ Naked RaygunOver The Overlords (deluxe edition – with bonus 12 inch) ... LP
Wax Trax, 2021. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
The first record in many many years from Chicago legends Naked Raygun – but a set that makes us feel like we're still with the group back in the days when they had all their best qualities fully intact! The interplay between blistering guitar lines and anthemic lyrics is fantastic – focused with that energy that not only set the group apart from so many of their contemporaries, but which also maybe left a special sort of midwestern imprint on the music – qualities that still shine brightly throughout! If you have any doubts at all that the group's still got what it takes, then put those aside and dive right into the kind of set you would have treasured back in the 80s – still sounding somehow as urgent and important all these many years later. Titles include "Broken Things", "Ode To Sean McKeough", "Farewell To Arms", "Soul Hole Baby", "Living In The Good Times", and "Treat Me Unkind". Limited 2LP version – with Paul Barker remix and unreleased live tracks! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 1000 copies.)

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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Naked RaygunOver The Overlords (red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Wax Trax, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The first record in many many years from Chicago legends Naked Raygun – but a set that makes us feel like we're still with the group back in the days when they had all their best qualities fully intact! The interplay between blistering guitar lines and anthemic lyrics is fantastic – focused with that energy that not only set the group apart from so many of their contemporaries, but which also maybe left a special sort of midwestern imprint on the music – qualities that still shine brightly throughout! If you have any doubts at all that the group's still got what it takes, then put those aside and dive right into the kind of set you would have treasured back in the 80s – still sounding somehow as urgent and important all these many years later. Titles include "Broken Things", "Ode To Sean McKeough", "Farewell To Arms", "Soul Hole Baby", "Living In The Good Times", and "Treat Me Unkind". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red vinyl limited to 1500 copies.)
 
 
 



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