Limited vinyl LP pressing including bonus seven inch single containing four rarities. Scottish Pop band's 1983 debut album. Preceded by the singles 'Pillar To Post' and 'Oblivious', and the NME cassette release of 'We Could Send Letters', High Land, Hard Rain was released in April 1983, not long after leader Roddy Frame's 19th birthday, and followed by 'Walk Out To Winter'. The album and singles were originally released on the Rough Trade label, before being taken on by major WEA, who re-released 'Oblivious' to great effect.
Boy Wonders: Capital Radio Session
Release: Capital Radio Session
We Could Send Letters: C81 Cassette Version
The Bugle Sounds Again: Bedroom Demo
The Boy Wonders
Walk Out to Winter
The Bugle Sounds Again
We Could Send Letters
Pillar to Post
Lost Outside the Tunnel
Back on Board
Down the Dip
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.