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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Plumtree's back catalogue re-released on vinyl

Halifax's coolest band

Posted By on Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 12:00 PM

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Thanks to Label Obscura, you can refresh your 20 year old Plumtree collection (sorry old, scratchy CDs, you are no longer cutting it) with some freshly pressed vinyl. The label re-released Mass Teen Fainting, Plumtree Predicts The Future and This Day Won't Last At All on March 7 with a limited edition of 300 copies.

I still play the hell out of Plumtree's entire catalogue, and my autographed 7inch is a prized commodity. I likely wouldn't be playing guitar today had I not been inspired after seeing Plumtree at Bedford Days in 1995 or 1996 (with Hip Club Groove!). Learning solos note for note in my room was my hobby and it puzzled and delighted my dad. Thank you Plumtree for all that you are!

Warm up the ol' credit card and read more about the history of the albums here.



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