First Pictures / Ian McCulloch: Holy Ghosts triple yellow vinyl


Demon Records continue to produce some superb limited edition vinyl pressings. One from the latest batch of releases is Ian McCulloch‘s Holy Ghosts – originally issued on CD/Download in April this year – which pairs Orchestral Reworks From The Union Chapel with a new a collection of new songs, Pro Patria Mori.

The excellent orchestral reworkings of classics, including Bring On The Dancing Horses, The Killing Moon, Nothing Lasts Forever, takes up two records here, with the new collection completing the three LP vinyl set.

What’s extra special about this is that the music is pressed on stunning transparent yellow vinyl. This is very limited edition of only 500, which is exclusive to What Records.

All 25 tracks can be downloaded via a redeemable code provided.




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Good value for 25 quid and great for me as I quite like some of the Bunnymen classics but am always put off by the 80s production on them. I’ll treat the new album sceptically, although it has had some good reviews, and treat it as a bonus. Purchased.