Plus news of a David Gedge acoustic set and Q&A

The Wedding Present have announced the reissue of their debut album George Best, along with early singles compilation Tommy, on coloured vinyl for National Album Day (October 12).

George Best will be available as a limited edition green vinyl LP comprising the original 12 tracks, while the CD includes a further 11 non-album tracks from the same era; Tommy will be available on white vinyl and CD. Pre-order them here and check out the tracklistings below:

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George Best
Everyone Thinks He Looks Daft
What Did Your Last Servant Die Of?
Don’t Be So Hard
A Million Miles
All This And More
My Favourite Dress
Something And Nothing
It’s What You Want That Matters
Give My Love To Kevin
Anyone Can Make A Mistake
You Can’t Moan, Can You?
All About Eve **
Getting Nowhere Fast **
Nobody’s Twisting Your Arm **
Nothing Comes Easy **
Don’t Laugh **
I’m Not Always So Stupid **
Why Are You Being So Reasonable Now? **
Not From Where I’m Standing **
Give My Love To Kevin [Acoustic Version] **
Getting Better **
Pourquoi Es Tu Devenue Si Raisonnable? **
** additional tracks on CD issue

Go Out And Get ’Em, Boy!
(The Moment Before) Everything’s Spoiled Again
Once More
At The Edge Of The Sea
Living And Learning
This Boy Can Wait
You Should Always Keep In Touch With Your Friends
What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted?
Never Said
Every Mother’s Son
My Favourite Dress

To launch the reissues, Wedding Present mainman David Gedge will play an acoustic show plus Q&A at Stowmarket’s newly refurbished John Peel Centre For The Creative Arts on Saturday October 12 – tickets available here.

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