A few years back, Fire Records reissued some records from beloved psychedelic drug band Spacemen 3, including their first few studio albums and some 12-inches. Now, the imprint has revealed that it is already reissuing some of those reissues.
Up on the docket are 180-gram colour vinyl reissues of 1986's Sound of Confusion, 1987's The Perfect Prescription and 1988's live album Performance, which all previously arrived as reissues on black vinyl in 2009. All three albums maintain their original tracklistings and are described by the label as part of a "comprehensive reissue campaign."
Spacemen 3, which was founded by Pete "Sonic Boom" Kemper and Spiritualized main man Jason Pierce, disbanded in 1991 and have yet to give in to the reunion offers.
All three records will hit stores on May 14.