Play Loud! Productions present a vinyl reissue of the Vulgar Boatmen's You And Your Sister, originally released in 1989. In the early-90s, the band's first two albums, You And Your Sister and Please Panic (1992), garnered accolades from virtually every major music publication in the country, despite being barely available on the tiny Record Collect and Safehouse labels. The group's unique working arrangement (two distinct lineups, located 800 miles apart, fronted separately by songwriters Robert Ray and Dale Lawrence) received a lot of attention - but so did their style, a melodic hypno-R&B, compared to everyone from Buddy Holly and the Everly Brothers to the Feelies and the Velvet Underground. The band toured extensively in the US and Europe. Their songs were heard on both college and commercial radio - especially "Drive Somewhere", a surprise hit on Chicago's WXRT. In 1995, critic Bill Wyman called You And Your Sister the best record of the last ten years. Partly re-mixed and re-mastered. Includes liner notes by Wyman, accompanied by photographs.