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In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Bettie Serveert's debut, Matador Records has announced a limited transparent orange LP + 7" of 'Palomine.' Heralded in it's original four-star review by Rolling Stone as "untamed and free as pop gets," the '90s classic will see it's first pressing by Matador since the album's original release in 1993. The LP package will be accompanied digitally by the release of four previously unavailable era-appropriate tracks on streaming (three of which can be found on the accompanying "Brain-Tag" 7") and newly remastered versions of the "Kid's All Right," "Palomine," and "Tomboy" music videos on YouTube. 'Palomine' is featured as the first installment of Matador's Revisionist History catalog series in 2023.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Bettie Serveert's debut, Matador Records has announced a limited transparent orange LP + 7" of 'Palomine.' Heralded in it's original four-star review by Rolling Stone as "untamed and free as pop gets," the '90s classic will see it's first pressing by Matador since the album's original release in 1993. The LP package will be accompanied digitally by the release of four previously unavailable era-appropriate tracks on streaming (three of which can be found on the accompanying "Brain-Tag" 7") and newly remastered versions of the "Kid's All Right," "Palomine," and "Tomboy" music videos on YouTube. 'Palomine' is featured as the first installment of Matador's Revisionist History catalog series in 2023.
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Palomine [Clear Vinyl] [Deluxe] (Org) (Wsv)
Artist: Bettie Serveert
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $35.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Leg
2. Palomine
3. Kid's Allright
4. Tomboy
5. Palomine Small
6. Under the Surface
7. Balentine
8. This Thing Nowhere
9. Healthy Sick
10. Sundazed to the Core
11. Brain-Tag
12. Get the Bird
13. Smile

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In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Bettie Serveert's debut, Matador Records has announced a limited transparent orange LP + 7" of 'Palomine.' Heralded in it's original four-star review by Rolling Stone as "untamed and free as pop gets," the '90s classic will see it's first pressing by Matador since the album's original release in 1993. The LP package will be accompanied digitally by the release of four previously unavailable era-appropriate tracks on streaming (three of which can be found on the accompanying "Brain-Tag" 7") and newly remastered versions of the "Kid's All Right," "Palomine," and "Tomboy" music videos on YouTube. 'Palomine' is featured as the first installment of Matador's Revisionist History catalog series in 2023.
        
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