Long Live the New Flesh
Long Live the New Flesh by Superfecta at My Promo Pool. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Another classic reissue from Superfecta Recordings. Not only are the original 11-tracks from LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH presented in their remastered glory, but 4 bonus tracks (also remastered) have been added to the mix: The extended versions of ''Postcards From Paradise'' and ''Siamese Twist,'' as well as their respective B-Sides, ''I'm Not Like Everybody Else'' and ''Dumbest Thing.'' The bonus tracks have never before appeared on CD. Nick Marsh, Flesh's lead singer, has supplied a slew of
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