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Fine Young Cannibals / debut album deluxe edition
Fine Young Cannibals deluxe edition

The Fine Young Cannibals deluxe editions should be available from today in the UK (other territories may vary). Each reissue comes with non-album tracks and remixes. Full track listings here.


Fine Young Cannibals / The Raw & The Cooked deluxe edition
Fine Young Cannibals / The Raw & The Cooked deluxe edition

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Dave Turner

The mastering fault on the ‘She Drives Me Crazy’ collection is on the remix of ‘Don’t Look Back’. It skips twice near the end. Shocking, but not the first time this sort of thing has happened with Music Club (early copies of the Midge Ure collection also had faults).

[…] the Fine Young Cannibals 1996 hits collection Finest. Six out of the eight recently ended up on the recent reissue of The Raw & The Cooked but not She Drives Me Crazy (Phunk Phenomenon mix) and The Flame […]

Jut2k

Track15 : “I’m not the man I used to be (12” Mellow Mix) on CD2 of Raw and the Cooked seems a bit “jumpy” (even ripping slowly).

Marko

If that it’s true this issue will be rarities. Same thing happened with music club deluxe issue She Drives Me Crazy: The Best Of. One track is skipping, i dont know what track exactly.

Paul

The Artwork and Booklet look great, I’m glad these reissues have finally been made available after such a long wait. my only real disappointment is the missing B-Sides mentioned on here before other than that I’m Happy enough for now.

I guess I was expecting FYC to get the same treatment as “The Beat” last year. any news on General Public?

It’s All The Rage? :)

Tim

These both look great, and are criminally overdue. Edsel are quite artful at this reissue business, and I’m sure these will not let anybody down. Pop classics for sure.