Lifter Puller discography gets deluxe digital edition

image001 (1)Lifter Puller was a band from Minneapolis who played in various line ups from 1994 to 2000. They were formed when Craig Finn moved back to his hometown of Minneapolis after graduating college.  Lifter Puller released three full length albums, one EP, and a number of singles. In the early 2000s band members Craig Finn and Tad Kubler moved to New York City and formed The Hold Steady. The band’s catalog will be available digitally for the first time next month, along with a new collection of odds and ends titled Slips Backwards. They will also be releasing a book titled Lifter Puller Vs. The End Of, which will contain photos, lyrics, and an oral history of the band. Slips Backwards is 17 tracks of singles, non-album tracks, and two live recordings from D.C.’s Black Cat in 2000 – one of the band’s final shows. Their eponymous debut will be available digitally for the first time, while their sophomore LP, Half Dead And Dynamite, gets the Deluxe Reissue treatment, featuring live versions of tracks from a 1998 performance at Minneapolis’ iconic venue 7th St. Entry. The band’s only EP, The Entertainment And Arts (Deluxe Reissue), also includes live bonus tracks from the same 7th Street gig. Fiestas & Fiascos (Deluxe Reissue) was Lifter Puller’s Frenchkiss debut and last studio album, and the reissue features six live cuts from the band’s reunion shows at Seattle’s Triple Rock in June of 2003.

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releases out 12/01/2009
Slips Backwards – [New]
Lifter Puller – [Original Release Date: 04.97]
Half Dead And Dynamite (Deluxe Edition) – [Original Release Date: 10.97]
The Entertainment And Arts EP (Deluxe Edition) – [Original Release Date: 09.98]
Fiestas & Fiascos (Deluxe Edition) – [Original Release Date: 02.00]

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