Limited deluxe vinyl/CD box. Within the 40-page hardback book package you'll find a 180gm vinyl LP pressing of their Pyschocandy performance as well as a 10" vinyl pressing of the seven-track prelude plus a CD of the entire performance, a candid interview with brothers Jim and William Reid as well as Alan McGee about the Anniversary Tour and the future, and pages of unseen photography from behind the scenes. In May 2014, three decades after the Jesus and Mary Chain first appeared on the scene in an explosion of noise, leather and attitude, it was announced that the Mary Chain, one of the most turbulent groups in pop history, would be performing their classic debut album Psychocandy live in it's entirety for the first time to celebrate it's 30th anniversary. By November 2014, the first Psychocandy shows were underway. They were both deafening and blinding, sound and light practically being used as weapons against the mesmerized crowd, and as the smoke unfurled and great tides of feedback rose and crashed everyone present surrendered to it all over again. This Deluxe package is a true collector's item chronicling the bands homecoming gig at Glasgow's legendary Barrowlands Ballroom, celebrating the tour that has propelled the band across the globe into the hearts and minds of faithful worldwide.
Track List: 1.1 Just Like Honey 1.2 The Living End 1.3 Taste the Floor 1.4 The Hardest Walk 1.5 Cut Dead 1.6 In a Hole 1.7 Taste of Cindy 1.8 Never Understand 1.9 Inside Me 1.10 Sowing Seeds 1.11 My Little Underground 1.12 You Trip Me Up 1.13 Something's Wrong 1.14 It's So Hard 2.1 April Skies 2.2 Head on 2.3 Some Candy Talking 2.4 Psychocandy 2.5 Up Too High 2.6 Reverence 2.7 Upside Down 3.1 April Skies 3.2 Head on 3.3 Some Candy Talking 3.4 Psychocandy 3.5 Up Too High 3.6 Reverence 3.7 Upside Down 3.8 Just Like Honey 3.9 The Living End 3.10 Taste the Floor 3.11 The Hardest Walk 3.12 Cut Dead 3.13 In a Hole 3.14 Taste of Cindy 3.15 Never Understand 3.16 Inside Me 3.17 Sowing Seeds 3.18 My Little Underground 3.19 You Trip Me Up 3.20 Something's Wrong 3.21 It's So Hard