Too Pure

Released April 18, 2015


Format: LP, limited edition

This product is not available in the US store, but you can buy it from our EU store.

This product is not available in the EU store.

In 2006, too pure released mcluskyism, a lasting testament to one of the most under-rated UK bands of recent years - mclusky. Since they disbanded in early 2005, their legendary status has only grown.

The 12 tracks that comprise the A-sides of mcluskyism are now being released on vinyl for the first time ever on Record Store day - April 18th, via a single, limited edition, one time pressing only album featuring new cover art.

To date, there are few around that share mclusky's musicianship, graft and humor (which, aptly according to Pitchfork, “lightens the harsh crunch of their mom-murdering instrumental beatdown” and “gives them a way to take the piss out of themselves”). This album is a reminder of just how sorely missed mclusky are.
Side 1:
Rice Is Nice
Lightsabre Cocksucking Blues
To Hell With Good Intentions
Alan Is A Cowboy Killer

Side 2:
There Ain’t No Fool In Ferguson
1956 And All That
Undress For Success
That Man Will Not Hang
She Will Only Bring You Happiness
Without Msg I Am Nothing