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'Built On Sand - Rarities: 1994-1999’ Black Vinyl Edition

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Saint Etienne 'Built On Sand - Rarities: 1994-1999’ Black Vinyl Edition

Our first Christmas vinyl offering for 2023 is the much-anticipated 'Built On Sand’. Originally pressed on CD only and mailed to members of the Saint Etienne fan club for Christmas 1999, ‘Built On Sand’ gathered together 14 previously unreleased nuggets.

Highlights include Suburban Autumn Lieutenant, recorded by Etienne Daho as Le Baiser Francais; a pitch for a new theme to BBC TV's The Clothes Show; Tomorrow Never Dies, another pitch, this time for a Bond theme; and the minimal techno-pop Keep Nothing. There are also outtakes from Good Humor and Sound Of Water, unavailable anywhere else.

Now available on vinyl for the very first time, the new Foreign Office issue of ‘Built On Sand’ arrives in a glossy card sleeve with printed inner bag and digital download card.
Both splatter and black vinyl editions are limited and expected to sell out before Christmas - don't miss out!

• ‘Built On Sand' is one of two special Saint Etienne fan club releases for 2023
• Strictly limited to 1100 copies worldwide.
• 750 pressed on white vinyl with a red splatter effect
• 350 on black vinyl
• each LP comes shrink-wrapped with a digital download card inside
• pre orders ship from the 1st December and should arrive globally in time for Christmas
• each order comes with a Christmas card signed personally signed by Bob, Pete and Sarah

Note: those ordering several items in one order will receive one card only. Those wanting more than one signed card should order items separately and will need to pay extra shipping for each order placed.

Saint Etienne
'Built On Sand - Rarities: 1994-1999'

Side One
The Clothes Show
Suburban Autumn Lieutenant
Jaydip Pharmacy
Tomorrow Never Dies
Nazi Jaloux
Keep Nothing

Side Two
Blofeld Buildings
Are We Gonna Be Alright
Andrew McCarthy
We're In The City
The Clothes Show (sad refrain)

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