Leatherface Minx on LP + Download w/ Bonus Tracks
Taking their name from the cult classic horror film, '90s underground punk icons, Leatherface, were stalwarts of the UK scene, arriving at a time many thought that brand of brash songwriting had had its day. Gaining attention throughout the UK and with popularity in the US on the horizon with Mush, Minx was released in 1993. Arriving at the peak of their powers it would also be on the brink of their first hiatus.
Channelling Stubbs' love for Joy Division, the new album had a more emotional direction, in contrast to the group's earlier recordings. Recorded in Stubbs' home studio, Minx came with the addition of their much loved fourth bassist, former Snuff band member Andy Crichton. The album has since been considered a lost classic by the band's rabid followers.
Fully re-mastered, this collection includes extensive liner notes featuring interviews with Frankie, as scribed by The Big Takeover's Jack Rabid, leaving no stone unturned. The release includes remastered bonus material via download, including a unique cover of "Can't Help Falling In Love" from a limited edition promo 7", released initially as a limited bonus with the album, along with tracks from the Do the Right Thing EP and Compact and Bijou EP.