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The Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good (Limited Edition Vinyl)

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**Release Date: Aug 14th 2015**




It’s sometimes hard to recall now just how much of an impact The Sugarcubes debut single ‘Birthday’ made when it’s magical off-kilter melody first hit the airwaves via John Peel’s show in the later part of 1987 (taking the number one spot in his ‘Festive 50’ that year).


In particular the song’s extraordinary singer/ narrator, Björk Guðmundsdóttir was the subject of much wild speculation in the UK music press. “Can she possibly be human?” wondered Melody Maker’s foaming Single of the Week review (repeated in NME). “A record of debilitating beauty,” it continued. “Nothing this year has had us more thoroughly vanquished.”

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The Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good (Limited Edition Vinyl)

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**Release Date: Aug 14th 2015**

We are pleased to release a limited run of deluxe edition 'Life's Too Good' re-issues in neon green coloured vinyl.
Limited edition 10-track 12" neon green coloured vinyl album + MP3 download coupon.
It’s sometimes hard to recall now just how much of an impact The Sugarcubes debut single ‘Birthday’ made when it’s magical off-kilter melody first hit the airwaves via John Peel’s show in the later part of 1987 (taking the number one spot in his ‘Festive 50’ that year).
In particular the song’s extraordinary singer/ narrator, Björk Guðmundsdóttir was the subject of much wild speculation in the UK music press. “Can she possibly be human?” wondered Melody Maker’s foaming Single of the Week review (repeated in NME). “A record of debilitating beauty,” it continued. “Nothing this year has had us more thoroughly vanquished.”

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Artist
Björk
Format
limited edition neon green vinyl
Tracklisting
1. Traitor

2. Motorcrash

3. Birthday

4. Delicious Demon

5. Mama

6. Coldsweat

7. Blue Eyed Pop

8. Deus

9. Sick for Toys

10. Fucking in Rhythm & Sorrow