In anticipation of Frontier's long-awaited Middle Class hard-core compilation, Out of Vogue: The Early Material, due in stores 09/23/08, we're happy to offer fans and collectors this exceptionally rare slab of vinyl. We recently grabbed the entire remaining stock of The Middle Class's only full-length LP, Homeland, released in 1982 on Pulse Records. A stylistic departure from the band's hard-core sound, Homeland's nine tracks have elicited comparisons with Joy Division, The Cure and Wire that some would say reflect a logical artistic progression. Others will no doubt prefer the band's earlier grinding thrash to Homeland's moody and lyrical tone, but whichever side of the fence you come down on, we hope you'll not miss the chance to pick up a copy of this very hard-to-find disc at a great price.
Once these are gone, they're gone! Order now before we put up the SOLD OUT sign!
Tracks: 1. The Call; 2. A Skeleton at the Feast; 3. Out of My Hands; 4. Listen; 5. Shaken; 6. Mosque; 7. Restless Young Men; 8. Ritual and Deceit; 9. Everything.
Please note that these are the very last copies of the original vinyl LP, not reproductions. The jackets are in mint condition with original loose shrink wrap, but the vinyl may have a very slight warp once opened. No one has complained yet!
Available on LP only for $18.
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