Fire Announce Record Store Day 2016 Releases

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We’ve been waiting a very long time for this but it’s finally time to unveil our RSD 2016 releases! We’ve got some real treats in store this year with coloured LP’s from The Bevis Frond and Bardo Pond, box sets from Half Japanese and Giant Sand and 7 & 12” singles from Pere Ubu, Virginia Wing, The Chills!


Giant Sand – The Sun Set (Volume 1)
Part 1 of 3 Giant Sand boxsets, in alphabetical order
6 titles, 8×12″ disc box set in hardboard slipcase.

Half Japanese – 1997-2001 (Volume 4)
The final installment of the comprehensive 4 volume set covering the period 1997-2001
3×12″ LPs, includes booklet


The Bevis Frond – Inner Marshland
Second album, 1987’s “Inner Marshland” is the first of the new reissues series on Fire in the lead up to the 30th Anniversary next year.

Ltd Edition 12″ Purple Vinyl

The Bevis Frond – Miasma
Debut album self-released by Nick Saloman – it was the popularity of this sell-out record that saw him continue to produce music.
Ltd Edition 12″ Royal Blue Vinyl

The Adverts – Crossing the Red Sea With The Adverts
1978 classic debut punk record that arrived after an ever growing live following and the string of successful chart hits, The Advert’s debut has cemented its place in punk rock history.
Ltd Edition 12″ Red Vinyl

The Adverts – Cast of Thousands
Second album recorded with Tom Newman (Mike Oldfield “Tubular Bells”) – a lost classic.
Ltd Edition 12″ White Vinyl

Bardo Pond – Acid Guru Pond
The traditional Bardo Pond 12”. This time a collaboration with Acid Mothers Temple and Guru Guru
Limited Edition, 2×12″, Blue & Green , Red & Orange split colours

7”/12” SINGLES

The Chills – Pyramid / When The Poor Can Reach The Moon
From new album ‘Silver Bullets’ B-side includes exclusive versions of ‘Night Of Chill Blue’ and ‘Walk On The Beach’.
Ltd Edition 12” single

Virginia Wing – Rhonda
12″ Single featuring two exclusive new tracks from the South London trio.
Ltd Edition 12” Single

Pere Ubu – 30 Seconds Over Tokyo
Debut single taking its name from a Ted Lawson and Robert Considine book about the 1942 Doolittle Raid – the song is about a World War II bomber squad’s “suicide ride”.
Ltd Edition 7” Single