Lawnmower Death Crowd Funding "Ooh Crikey It's... Lawnmother Death" Re-Issue
The British madcap thrashers in Lawnmower Deth have launched a Kickstarter campaign to re-press their 1990 debut album, "Ooh Crikey It's… Lawnmower Deth," after recently being confirmed to play at this year's Download Festival on Saturday, June 14th.
Having been unavailable for nearly twenty years, repeated demands from hardcore fans has led Lawnmower Deth and Earache to launch a campaign to get the album remastered and reissued, with a range of suitably-mad items concocted for fans to pledge for and all profits going to the Sophie Lancaster Foundation.
You can contribute to the Kickstarter campaign and see the perks available for contributing over at this location.
Frontman Pete "Qualcast Mutilator" Lee comments: "You know that giddy feeling you get. The one when you're 9 and 3/4 old, that one where it makes you kick your legs, the one that makes you run down hills going 'urgh-urgh-urgh-urgh-urgh'.
"You mean you've forgotten? Fear not. Here's how to get it back. Them lovely people at Earache, and now honorary buffoons have decided, after many years of pestering, to reissue the now legendary opus that is 'Dark Side of the Moon'. Ok, they couldn't get that, but they have got 'Ooh Crikey It's…'. Horns. Heard ya! And not only that, all profits will go to our most favourite and deserving charity, The Sophie Lancaster Foundation. We need your pledges, now! Show us the money. Show SOPHIE the money. You can always chuck the vinyl away afterwards."
If the campaign is successful, the album will be reissued on CD and vinyl in a limited print run, remastered from the original tapes in Full Dynamic Range (FDR) audio, which allows the music's nuances to shine through, giving the album a more ferocious, immersive and dynamic sound than ever before.
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