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The Slits

The Return of the Giant Slits

Label: Blast First Petite

Format: CDx2 digipack

Genre: Experimental

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The full, original 1981 Return of the Giant Slits album + a bonus CD that features ALL the archived dub versions and an American radio interview conducted at the time that was subsequently used by CBS for an ultra-rare promo disc. Including new cover art and two of the classic photos by Anton Corbijn from the NME magazine cover session. The 1981 second and final Slits studio album features the same line-up as their first album, Cut: Ari Up, Tessa Pollit and Viv Albertine. This record has often been overshadowed by their more controversial 1979 debut. It represents their natural development as artistes by focusing more on their interests in dub and "world music" sound eclecticism (featuring Steve Beresford and ex-Pop Group drummer, Bruce Smith) that is well suited to their, by then, more accomplished playing style. Perhaps, in retrospect, the Jamaican half-sister to The Raincoats recordings. A "lost" gem, ripe for reappraisal, of this still vastly influential and important group, in both musical and sociological terms. Produced by Dennis Bovell and Dick O'Dell (Y Records). Previously only available as an expensive Japanese import and never before released in the USA.
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Cat. number: PTYT 008CD
Year: 2008