Available 18 November 2013
Quality Street, their only album, was released in 1991. It features the singles The Storm, the ecstatic cover of the Stones She’s A Rainbow, Sweets and the legendary Sons Of The Stage.
The band left a mark on many people who have achieved greatness - Jeremy Deller, one of the finest artists the UK has ever produced, included a "We Miss The World Of Twist” float in his work ‘Procession’ at the Manchester International Festival. Noel Gallagher nearly called Oasis Sons Of The Stage and Liam Gallagher’s Beady Eye have covered that track in tribute to a band who influenced them so much. Noel even personally insisted that Jamie Fry, whose photographs grace the album artwork, was used for Oasis shoots.
Now after many years of being unavailable, this legendary album is now available on CD and LP. Expanded to 2CDs, the album comes with a selection of B-sides chosen by founder member, Gordon King, plus the two Radio 1 sessions for John Peel and Mark Goodier.
The album will include a 24 page booklet featuring extensive sleevenotes by Gordon King and full of memorabilia and rare photos from the World Of Twist archive.
- Lose My Way
- Sons Of The Stage
- This Too Shall Pass Away
- Jelly Baby
- Speed Wine
- The Lights
- On The Scene
- The Spring
- The Storm
- She's A Rainbow
- Life And Death (Extended Mix)
- Blackpool Tower Suite
- This Too Shall Pass Away (Chat)
- She’s A Rainbow (12” Version)
- Sons Of The Stage (12” Verson)
- Sweets (Barrett 200 Mix)
- Lose My Way (John Peel Session – 25 June 91)
- St Bruno (John Peel Session – 25 June 91)
- Kick Out The Jams (John Peel Session – 25 June 91)
- Blackpool Tower (John Peel Session – 25 June 91)
- I’m A Teardrop (Mark Goodier Session – 22 Sept 90)
- Fire (Mark Goodier Session – 22 Sept 90)
- Jelly Baby (Mark Goodier Session – 22 Sept 90)
- Sons Of The Stage (Mark Goodier Session – 22 Sept 90)