I sometimes wonder what records that never came in picture sleeves would look like it if the band/ label would’ve done a sleeve. Like for this one. What kind of sleeve would they’ve done? And would it be good enough to represent how good this EP is? I doubt it, but who knows.
Wonder how many sleeves were done, but never used as the band or label couldn’t afford to print them?
Anyway, this was the Hull based City Limits lone release on vinyl, as their second 7″ never made it further than a promo tape up until somewhat recent when Queen Mum Records released a comp of these two releases plus some demo and live recordings. The great My life’s a jigsaw site wrote an informative piece on the band, so make sure to check that out. All I can say is that Morse-code messages is one essential piece of superb powerpop/ punk and you have to be sort of dumb to not get the greatness of it. That’s the truth and NOT ALTERNATIVE FACTS! The two tracks on the b-side are almost as good as the title track, just in case you can’t figure that out on your own.
Label:Â Luggage Label
If I had the time.mp3
I just can’t say goodbye.mp3