Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The Railway Children Reunion Wilderness Covers
I'm not going to say that this is bland, but it definitely could have been a better package. The Reunion Wilderness release from The Railway Children goes in a minimalistic direction, and leaves very little else to recommend the album.
Serving as the Factory Records debut when it originally came out, these views are from the release that Ether records put out. The original Factory release might look a little different. What strikes me, though, is that this doesn't look anything like a Factory records release. It's not awful, but it does lack the sort of visual hook that would have helped the band out a little in terms of attracting the attention of people who browse through record stores.
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