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Moloko / Do You Like My Tight Sweater? Limited 2LP coloured vinyl

Moloko‘s 1995 album Do You Like My Tight Sweater? will be reissued as a limited 2LP coloured vinyl pressing in August.

The dance/electronica duo’s debut featured the singles ‘Dominoid’ and ‘Fun for Me’  with the latter sneaking into the UK top 40 when it was re-released in 1996.

This new 2LP turquoise vinyl is limited to 3,000 units worldwide and comes courtesy of Music On Vinyl who will work through the group’s catalogue in similar fashion during 2019.

Do You Like My Tight Sweater? will be released on 30 August 2019 and can be pre-ordered via the SDE shop using this link or the button below.

Side A

1. Fun For Me
2. Tight Sweater
3. Day For Night
4. I Can’t Help Myself
5. Circus

Side B

1. Lotus Eaters
2. On My Horsey
3. Dominoid

Side C

1. Party Weirdo
2. Tubeliar
3. Ho Humm
4. Butterfly 747
5. Dirty Monkey

Side D

1. Killa Bunnies
2. Boo
3. Where Is The What If The What Is In Why?
4. Who Shot The Go Go Dancer?

9 responses to Moloko / Do You Like My Tight Sweater? Limited 2LP coloured vinyl

  1. Jason says:

    Someplace I visited listed I am Not a Doctor for October, Things to Make and Do for November, and Statues in December. Moloko sorted!

  2. Mickey says:

    I wish they’d remaster and expand all their albums on CD too

  3. Ggrrroloko says:

    Super excited about Statues on vinyl!!! One of the best LPs of it’s time!!

  4. Probablyrustin says:

    Roisin Murphy in all her incarnations is one of my top artists. I’m *very* excited for this reissue series. This explains why Be With Records told me they couldn’t reissue Statues (after their awesome edition of Overpowered) – they said BMG already had other plans!

  5. Lennie says:

    Any info on what audio source they are using for this?

  6. Geert says:

    Would be nice if you could chase them down for a batch of autographed copies? :)

  7. Steinar Wulfsberg-Gamre says:

    Nice! I love this album :)
    There is a few new Moloko instrumentals released on Spotify in june, does that and this re-release plan with Music on vinyl mean that Roisin Murphy and Mark Brydon is cooperating again?

  8. Shane says:

    I wonder why they didnt match the sleeve color?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      That’s a mock-up image so bear in mind that’s illustrative only. Actual vinyl colours may vary a bit.

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