Reissue of Pere Ubu’s 1985 Album 'Terminal Tower' Due Out This Week

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One of the best bands to ever come out of Northeast Ohio, Pere Ubu continues to make cutting edge music to this day. If you can find them, the band’s art punk albums from the past hold up well too.

Earlier this week, Varèse Vintage, a division of Varèse Sarabande Records, announced it’ll dig into the Ubu vaults to release two LP versions of Terminal Tower.



On Friday, the label will release a limited edition (500 units) clear vinyl version and a standard black vinyl version. The album includes classic tracks such as “30 Seconds Over Tokyo” and “Final Solution.”

Originally released in 1985, Terminal Tower has been out-of-print on both CD and LP formats and has never been released digitally. The reissued LP versions of the recording have been fully remastered.

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