Supergrass to release remastered version of self-titled third album

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11 Aug 2022, 08:18

Gaz Coombes and Mick Quinn from Supergrass on stage.

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Supergrass’ eponymous third album, originally released in 1999, is getting a special extended reissue which will feature previously unheard demos, B-sides, remixes, and rare live cuts.

The album featured hit singles Pumping On Your Stereo and Moving, as well as Mary. It hit the top five in the UK album chart. 

Supergrass took to Twitter to announce the upcoming release of the remastered album, saying: “We are excited to announce our classic 1999 album 'Supergrass' remastered. Available as 1LP Black Heavy Weight & Neon Orange vinyl and also as 2CD format with bonus disc of Demos, B-Sides & Lives.”

The deluxe 2022 reissue has been remastered from original sources and re-cut on both black heavyweight vinyl and neon orange vinyl. On top of this, the original LP artwork has been resourced, recreated and repackaged.

If compact discs are your format of choice, then the band are also releasing the album as a 2CD digipack, which contains the remastered album as well as studio out-takes, never before heard demos, B-sides, rare live tracks and exclusive 2022 remixes: two re-imagined singles by John Leckie and Mick Quinn, and two remixed deep cuts by Mick Quinn and John Cornfield.

The 20-page inlay booklet on both formats features band photos, original single artwork and new sleeve notes by music journalist and broadcaster, Charles Shaar Murray.

Here is the tracklisting: 


Moving // Your Love // What Went Wrong (In Your Head) // Beautiful People // Shotover Hill // Eon // Mary // Jesus Came From Outta Space // Pumping On Your Stereo // Born Again // Faraway // Mama & Papa 

CD/LP2 – Cat Scans (demos, B-sides and live remixes)

Moving (2022 Remix)* // Beautiful People (2022 Remix)* // Pumping On Your Stereo (2022 Remix)* // Born Again (2022 Remix)* // Wild Wind (Demo)* // Pumping On Your Stereo (T-In The Park, 2000)* // Lucky (No Fear) // Blockades* // Sick // You’ll Never Walk Again // What A Shame // Moving (T-In The Park, 2000)* // Believer // Faraway (Acoustic Version) // Out Of The Blue (Monitor Mix)* //  Mary, The Varieties, Leeds, 2005)* // Country Number* // Born Again (Forum, Melbourne, 2000)* // Jesus Came From Outta Space (107.7 The End)* // Oracle 

* Previously unreleased 

The album will land on September 16th, and is available to pre-order/pre-save.