Twickenham fraggle protagonists SENSELESS THINGS’ major label debut album gets the expanded reissue treatment next month.
The band’s second album, The First Of Too Many was released through Epic in 1991, yielding a brace of radio hits in ‘Everybody’s Gone’ and ‘Got It At The Delmar’.
Now, in honour of frontman Mark Keds, who sadly passed away in January 2021, founder members Morgan Nicholls and Cass Browne have created a new 30th Anniversary Mix from the original master tapes. Reissued in its original eyecatching Jamie Hewlett artwork, the new mix forms a double coloured-vinyl album along with the original 1991 mix.
A three-CD set adds an 18-track show from Camden Palace (now KOKO) from June 1991.
Set for release on 21 October through Cherry Red, The First Of Too Many is available to pre-order here.
Check out ‘Everybody’s Gone’ live from Phoenix Festival ’94….