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Gene’s Rising For Sunset reissued on 2LP 180g black vinyl

RSD vinyl given wider release

Gene / Riding For Sunset black vinyl

Gene‘s live album, Rising For Sunset, will be reissued as a 2LP black vinyl edition in February next year.

The album sees the band perform Live at the Troubadour in Hollywood and was originally issued on CD-only, in the year 2000.

The album wasn’t included as part of the this year’s The Albums vinyl box but was issued on limited edition yellow vinyl for Record Store Day.

This new edition will of course be more widely available and comes as two black 180g vinyl records with printed inner sleeves. Rising For Sunset is released on 5 February 2021.

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Ian Gair

I hope Demon Records reissue of this on black vinyl & previous Gene LP’s induces Martin Rossiter to reissue his solo catalogue particularly – Live At Bush Hall, which was a similiar CD/DVD issue.

Jorje Chica

At the risk of being obnoxious, I’ll repeat here one of my gripes about the RSD release. With the space of four sides of vinyl, why not expand the track list to include the extra tracks from these shows that were released on the DVD version plus the one track that was made available free on the band’s website around the time of the CD? A lost opportunity, in my opinion. But I must say, that I was able to get a copy of the RSD release and was pleasantly surprised with the sound quality.

Steve

Looks like its gone from 3 sided (Orange vinyl) to 4 sided (Black Vinyl)

Larry Davis

One highlight was the band being introduced by legendary LA DJ & scenester, KROQ’s Rodney on the ROQ, Rodney Bingenheimer!! Right on the album…

Jorje Chica

I was at enough gigs in LA introduced by Rodney, and saw him around town enough times, that when these Troubadour shows took place I was “over” Rodney. Plus his show had declined in quality by that time. So when the CD came out, I wasn’t thrilled the band used the intro. After a few listens it looses its charm.

Jorje Chica

Sorry, make that “loses its charm.” Typing on phone, not enough coffee, etc. And don’t get me wrong, Rodney is still a legend. I saw him at the beginning of the year at a Britpop club reunion night, pre-COVID, and snapped a photo of him with my friend.

Larry Davis

Was also in the CD boxset…

Iris Montserrat

It was originally available on DVD also… great gig…