The Mr T Experience And The Women Who Love Them hits streets on August 14, 2020 -- a reissue on 12" EP and CD formats courtesy of Sounds Rad.
The record was first released in 1994 on Lookout! Records. And The Women Who Love Them is fully remastered and will also be the first in a series of MTX reissues to come on Sounds Rad.
"In retrospect, it turned out to be a new beginning for the band, but it was recorded more as a 'swan song,' the last gasp of a dying beast." vocalist Dr. Frank says of the album, adding "We were going to fire off one last volley before going down with the ship. The resulting recording, scrapped together with the tiniest of budgets and in a state of deep demoralization, surprised the hell out of me by sounding so great, inadvertently the best-sounding thing we'd ever done. Then, twenty-five years later, the remaster of the rescued and restored tape surprised the hell out of me all over again. This material never got a proper vinyl release at the time, and I'm glad I lived long enough to see it happen."
The reissues were, in part, inspired by Dr. Frank's return to music composition for King Dork Approximately, originally a download-only record complement to his novel of the same name.
1. TAPIN' UP MY HEART
2. MY STUPID LIFE
3. I BELIEVE IN YOU
4. HOW'D THE DATE END
1. ALL MY PROMISES
2. CHECKERS SPEECH
3. WE HATE ALL THE SAME THINGS
4. NOW THAT YOU ARE GONE
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