Only Mission Of Burma Can Save Us From Certain Festival-Related Blogging Fates

Mar 17th, 2008 // 7 Comments


I don’t honestly know what I’m more excited about: 5 P.M. EST rolling around so SXSW week will be over, or the fact that tomorrow morning I get to get up at the crack of dawn (or maybe 10), go to the record store, and buy the full slate of reissues collecting Boston p-punk legends Mission Of Burma’s pre-21st-century-comeback catalog. Yes, legitimate excitement over leaving my house to purchase records, even if they’re records initially released more than 25 years ago and that I already own. I’ll probably even watch the bonus DVDs! [YouTube/Matador Records]

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  1. Camp Tiger Claw

    Roger Miller has flyers up all over my neighborhood offering guitar lessons. It’s like fantasy camp.

  2. bcapirigi

    i wonder why they’re putting academy fight song and max ernst at the beginning of the signals calls & marches ep and not at the end like on the old cd version of it.

  3. dog door

    hooooooooooooo leeeeeeeeeee crap FUCKING YES YES YES

  4. mirrorball

    Academy Fight Song and Max Ernst were only part of the CD re-issue, not the original EP, I don’t think. They were originally on a separate single. But not sure why the difference between the original CD reissue and the latest reissue/remaster. Either way, I’m buying.

  5. SuperUnison

    I finally started catching up with these guys a few weeks ago. (I’m 23 so I have an excuse for missing them the first time around.) I’m kind of glad that paying utilities held me off from buying these records, cause now I can get the tricked out versions.

  6. OokieDookie

    I may follow you to a redundant purchase of MoB tomorrow, made even more redundant by the fact that I bough A Gun to the Head two years ago.

  7. exposition

    @bcapirigi: “Academy Fight Song” and “Max Ernst” were the band’s first releases, before the EP, and are at the beginning for that reason.

    @mirrorball: The Matador reissues are remastered, include new liner notes and art, and all three have bonus DVDs with live shows attached.

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