Boo freckin hoo! You're getting a lovingly prepared special edition which is worth waiting for. I don't care that the album is 'in stores'. You could have probly downloaded it agree ago if you were so inclined but a lot of love has gone into making this more special for us folks s
Let's just savour the anticipation.
Hope this helps. Jx
Just rang up RT to chase CD, it got despatched yesterday. I did order the 7" single aswell - but I thought they got released on the same day.
Is it time to ring Norris McWhirter for the longest delivery time - or is he dead?
Mine arrived on Saturday morning.
It's a cracking good package except Sparrow is spelt Sparrpw on the free bird-related CD.
Maybe a collector's item?
Apparently Rough Trade are shipping the poster separately.
Well done Edwyn and all associated with Losing Sleep. The songs, playing and packaging are all top notch.
Makes me feel sorry I retired.
it came today: beautiful thick, heavy double vinyl in a lovely gatefold sleeve, signed inside by Edwyn. Plus the bird CD (sounds like that'll be a laugh) and inside the record sleeve a wee print (about A5 size) of Edwyn's drawing of the Grey Kestrel from the album cover; i assume thats the free "poster".
Anyway the album's great, and even better on vinyl.
standouts are In Your Eyes and Searching for The truth (which made me cry when he sang it at the Qeen Liz Hall last week.
9 days late but worth waiting for..................
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