Thursday, August 21, 2014

Time Never Forgets

My complete Scruffy The Cat collection in ancient formats.

If you've read this blog in the past year you probably already know what a huge Scruffy The Cat fan I am. Well, wonderful news for fans old and new of the band, unavailable and out of print for years, the complete Scruffy The Cat catalogue (36 songs), Time Never Forgets- The Anthology ('86-'88) is now available for digital download! It's an opportunity to get a fresh copy (if you already own the vinyl, cd or cassette) to add to your hard drive or mobile device or if you're curious about what all the hubbub is all about, click the link below to get your download. Hell, you can't beat $10 for 2 full length albums and 2 ep's worth of music, quite the bargain in this tight times. I've posted many live concert recordings and some of their studio albums here in the past, but please support this not-forgotten band from the 80's, as members of the band played a major hand in getting these tracks re-released. I have all these tracks in all the possible formats already, but I'm buying this anyways because the tracks for this re-release were remastered from the original master tapes and (supposedly) sounds better than ever...You should too!
Enjoy!


Time Never Forgets (BUY)
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5 comments:

Post Post Modern Dad said...

Sadly it doesn't have the split 7" with The Young Fresh Fellows, but still a fantastic way to get caught up on everything else from this great band that didn't last nearly as long as it should.

Post Post Modern Dad said...

HOLY CRAP! Did you see this?!!

http://omnivorerecordings.com/music/the-good-goodbye-unreleased-recordings-1984-1990/

Anonymous said...

You should remove your other post leading go free links to Scruffy albums. Part of why they released this stuff was to make money for band member that need cash.

Anonymous said...

And yes, you will not find more good and fun music for 10 bucks anywhere on Earth.

Bruce Kelly said...

I love their music so much. Such a great voice. It hit me harder than I would have expected to hear of Charlie Chesterman's death.

Some great videos too, by the way.

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