Jim Carroll

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Indiecater goes back to the future

Irish music blogger MP3 Hugger’s Indiecater digital label offshoot continues to flourish. Aside from two fine compilations, Indiecater has also taken a hankering to reissuing classic forgotten albums. California band Red Star Belgrade’s Where The Sun Doesn’t Shine album was …

Fri, Oct 17, 2008, 09:16

   

Irish music blogger MP3 Hugger’s Indiecater digital label offshoot continues to flourish.

Aside from two fine compilations, Indiecater has also taken a hankering to reissuing classic forgotten albums.

California band Red Star Belgrade’s Where The Sun Doesn’t Shine album was the first to be restored and now, early 1990s Dublin act Sunbear are to get the reissue treatment.

Only 1,000 copies of their self-titled debut album were released in 1994, but Indiecater now have the album available for download for the cheap-as-chips price of 3.50 euro.

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