Pere Ubu prep vinyl reissues of 3 classical albums, West Coast tour
September 14, 2016 - Picnic Time
If you’re a classic-era post-punk rope and we somehow managed to tarry into a new millennium, we reissue your aged albums. It’s only what we do. You might not always be certain why, and infrequently it might even seem like they only casually reissue themselves out of skinny air, though it needs to get finished one approach or another. Hell, if we do it right, it might take we so prolonged to get by a initial turn of reissues that we can only start over from a commencement again. Like Sisyphus. Eat, sleep, reissue, repeat.
Chronic reissuers Pere Ubu have announced standalone vinyl releases of 3 of their classical albums, New Picnic Time, The Art of Walking, and Song of a Bailing Man, due Dec 9 on Fire Records. The albums were already reissued progressing this year along with an LP of rarities as partial of a band’s Architecture of Language 1979-1982 box set, itself a follow-up to a limited-edition Elitism for a People 1975-1978 box set from final year, though now we can squeeze them individually. Reissue enlightenment never stops.
If listening to aged annals on anachronistic formats isn’t your bag, you’ll be happy to know that we can go see Pere Ubu in person, now, in 2016, on their newly announced West Coast tour. They’ll of march be personification songs from both Architecture of Language and Elitism for a People, since there’s some-more than one approach to reissue your old tunes.
12.02.16 – Vancouver, BC – Cobalt
12.03.16 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
12.04.16 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
12.06.16 – San Francisco, CA – Slims
12.07.16 – Sacramento, CA – Harlows
12.09.16 – Los Angeles, CA – Echo
12.10.16 – San Diego, CA – Casbah