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The Wedding Present - George Best 30 album download
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George Best is the debut album by The Wedding Present. It was released in October 1987 by their own record company, Reception Records. After self-releasing five singles on Reception Records label, the band turned to recording their first album, continuing their collaboration with producer Chris Allison, who had produced their previous single, "My Favourite Dress". The album's somewhat tinny sound reflects the low recording budget.

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Hype Sticker: 'George Best 30 A Thirtieth Anniversary Re-Imagining of the Wedding Present's classic debut album. Recorded by Steve Albini and mixed by Andrew Scheps'. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat.

Album · 2017 · 12 Songs. More By The Wedding Present. See All. Huw Stephens Session - EP (Live).

Play full-length songs from George Best 30 by The Wedding Present on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. George Best 30. The Wedding Present.

George Best 30. "Please retry". 2017 issue of 1987 debut album, re-recorded live in the studio in 2008 with Steve Albini. Includes 'What Did Your Last Servant Die Of?'. Audio CD (September 22, 2017). Number of Discs: 1. Label: Scopitones.

Es war Anfang 2008 als The Wedding Present gerade in Chicago waren um ihr siebtes Album "El Rey" zu produzieren. Kurz zuvor hatten sie ihre erfolgreiche Konzerttournee für das zwanzigjährige Jubiläum ihrer Debüt LP "George Best" beendet. Nachdem sie das ganze Album dutzende Male live gespielt hatten, war es noch immer frisch in ihren Köpfen und unter den Fingern. David Gedge schlug deshalb vor eine "Live" -Version von "George Best" im selben Studio zu produzieren. Die Ausrüstung war schließlich bereits da und die Band noch motiviert.