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Doomsday Outlaw are pleased to present their back-to-bricks remixed and remastered REDUX versions of Suffer More and Hard Times overseen by Dave Draper (The Wildhearts, Terrorvision). Two double albums stacked full of their trademark Sabbath meets Clutch riffing hitched to soulful vocals telling tales of heartbreak and redemption. Singer, Phil Poole, said: "Suffer More and Hard Times were such a whirlwind. As soon as I joined we got an album together really quick and we got contacted about a record deal the day it came out! So we were straight into that and a second album straightaway. Writing, recording and playing the songs live without a pause for breath. And they are two great albums that are stuffed with songs were really proud of." Indy Chanda, bassist, added: "The second Phil joined and put his magic to the tunes we were working on, it took us to a new level - far beyond what we were doing with our previous singer. Those albums were so quick to come together, and sounded great. "But - we're always learning and getting better. And as I had the rights to put Suffer More and Hard Times out ourselves I wanted to take them to the next level. They sound even better than before, and really show how they could have been with a little more time and faith. I listen to these tunes now and there's so many moments that take me by surprise. It all feels brand new and ready to kick peoples' asses all over again!" Both albums available in transparent coloured vinyl - the first time on vinyl for Suffer More. And Hard Times features a bonus track previously only on the Japanese-only release of the album. With new artwork and extensive liner notes from Mike Hayes (The Story of Cheap Trick), these new versions of each album are bigger and better than ever. Remixed. Remastered. Reborn. Redux.
Doomsday Outlaw are pleased to present their back-to-bricks remixed and remastered REDUX versions of Suffer More and Hard Times overseen by Dave Draper (The Wildhearts, Terrorvision). Two double albums stacked full of their trademark Sabbath meets Clutch riffing hitched to soulful vocals telling tales of heartbreak and redemption. Singer, Phil Poole, said: "Suffer More and Hard Times were such a whirlwind. As soon as I joined we got an album together really quick and we got contacted about a record deal the day it came out! So we were straight into that and a second album straightaway. Writing, recording and playing the songs live without a pause for breath. And they are two great albums that are stuffed with songs were really proud of." Indy Chanda, bassist, added: "The second Phil joined and put his magic to the tunes we were working on, it took us to a new level - far beyond what we were doing with our previous singer. Those albums were so quick to come together, and sounded great. "But - we're always learning and getting better. And as I had the rights to put Suffer More and Hard Times out ourselves I wanted to take them to the next level. They sound even better than before, and really show how they could have been with a little more time and faith. I listen to these tunes now and there's so many moments that take me by surprise. It all feels brand new and ready to kick peoples' asses all over again!" Both albums available in transparent coloured vinyl - the first time on vinyl for Suffer More. And Hard Times features a bonus track previously only on the Japanese-only release of the album. With new artwork and extensive liner notes from Mike Hayes (The Story of Cheap Trick), these new versions of each album are bigger and better than ever. Remixed. Remastered. Reborn. Redux.
5053760119012
Doomsday Outlaw - Hard Times (Uk)

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Format: CD
Label: UNIVERSAL UK
Rel. Date: 09/20/2024
UPC: 5053760119012

Hard Times (Uk)
Artist: Doomsday Outlaw
Format: CD
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Doomsday Outlaw are pleased to present their back-to-bricks remixed and remastered REDUX versions of Suffer More and Hard Times overseen by Dave Draper (The Wildhearts, Terrorvision). Two double albums stacked full of their trademark Sabbath meets Clutch riffing hitched to soulful vocals telling tales of heartbreak and redemption. Singer, Phil Poole, said: "Suffer More and Hard Times were such a whirlwind. As soon as I joined we got an album together really quick and we got contacted about a record deal the day it came out! So we were straight into that and a second album straightaway. Writing, recording and playing the songs live without a pause for breath. And they are two great albums that are stuffed with songs were really proud of." Indy Chanda, bassist, added: "The second Phil joined and put his magic to the tunes we were working on, it took us to a new level - far beyond what we were doing with our previous singer. Those albums were so quick to come together, and sounded great. "But - we're always learning and getting better. And as I had the rights to put Suffer More and Hard Times out ourselves I wanted to take them to the next level. They sound even better than before, and really show how they could have been with a little more time and faith. I listen to these tunes now and there's so many moments that take me by surprise. It all feels brand new and ready to kick peoples' asses all over again!" Both albums available in transparent coloured vinyl - the first time on vinyl for Suffer More. And Hard Times features a bonus track previously only on the Japanese-only release of the album. With new artwork and extensive liner notes from Mike Hayes (The Story of Cheap Trick), these new versions of each album are bigger and better than ever. Remixed. Remastered. Reborn. Redux.
        
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