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The EP on this is tremendous. Orrery continues in their recent tradition of hiding away incredible tracks on semi-obscure bonus downloads. 

The book/zine itself is the first of ten volumes to be released over the next year. Various stories and pictures from the band's history and other odds and ends in there.

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if it's Gary's adventures with Ian Astbury, I'll probly just go for the audio files.

Ha, no, it's not related to the old website 'book' of the same name apparently. Lots of tales from throughout the band's career - Gaz shared a snippet on Facebook a couple of months back with some stuff about them jamming with Fripp back in '94.

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yeah i remember him geeking out about meeting Liz Fraser at her gig, would be nice to hear those Lifeforms stories bout her and Toni Halliday as well.

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tried to snag the EP only but my card was being weird w the international payment, hell I'll throw a few quid at someone here if they wanna shoot the EP my way..

-futuresoundoffanboy

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Book + mp3 + print - available.

Book + mp3 + print + hoodie (M) - out of stock.

Hoodie only (M) - in stock.

 

Strange.

 

Yeah, I noticed the same thing... 

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