17 thoughts on “Artwork: If I Die, I Die…

  1. mark farmer says:

    simply a brilliant piece of music/art.now here again for us to enjoy, all over again.

  2. Kira says:

    I wish I could get the cds right now!September seems so far awaaay!!!

  3. benoit blanchart says:

    I’d like to know where i can find the lyrics for the track “sandpaper lullaby” cause we’re planning on doing a cover version of that particular song!!??

  4. yoko says:

    How about the picture of the back side?
    Is there any differences from the original one?

  5. Caroline says:

    I don’t know what the back covers look like – but there are more pictures inside the booklets, so I’m told.

  6. mark farmer says:

    are mute planning a dvd release?I guess this is what most fans would like…..

  7. Vincent says:

    just after the release of this album, I remenber seeing the Virgin Prunes at the Inside Festival in Belgium, a summer in the late eighties.
    I never seen and such a thing before and since, it’s behind and far away from explanations of the word’s world.

  8. Joe says:

    Hopefully they get the speed right on the first two tracks (unlike Rough Trade) – and there was also the small matter of picking the wrong mix of Baby Turns Blue.

  9. Caroline says:

    The speed shouldn’t be a problem this time, but just to be sure I reminded them about it the day the album was mixed.
    I think all the original mixes were used – I’m not completely sure. I think some masters may have gone missing when New Rose went down.

  10. Kevin says:

    Nice all the albums are coming out again. Would love the same to happen with the Irish Demo’s. A Dutch friend has just informed me that the ‘Sond Find Devils’ Video makes a return also in the next month or two on DVD.

  11. mauricette says:

    Hmm, great to keep the original photo (just a different position) because for me, it’s first album of V.Prunes in my collection. And during this first time, something of strange & special coming out from this picture…and i was so surprise by all the songs from this album was so strange & special too…The surprise of my life… (first surprise 😉 )

  12. Emanuele says:

    I knew VP in 1982… I’m keeping listening to them… what say more?

  13. mike-id says:

    saw them in “82 at Danceteria
    in N.Y. or was it “81? Anyway
    how nice it would be if they were to tour to coincide with the re-releases of their cd’s.

  14. wyrd says:

    These were made to be heard from lps, sides by sides, not thru deepshit boring cds.

  15. mik says:

    I just LOVE this album, I’m extremely happy for this re-issue!
    Thank you for this wonderful surprise, I still can’t believe I will have a copy in my hands soon.

  16. drumma paul says:

    hey caroline, the back cover and inside feature them running around naked in a forrest (fungus?), covered in some clay like substance with a child.
    at time of this releaes in uk there was a coming together of hippy and punk culture and a revival of tribal/native culture with the stonehenge festival & psychedelic revival (mid eighties)etc.
    hence you’ll notice lots of these early so called goth bands relate less to the new more metal bands, the early ones sex gang children psychic tv etc were sort of “tribal-hippy-punk-goths”
    it was a special time for many people, the big tribal stomp on side two deservs a hard remix (be nice to see feotus do that.) whatever happened to sex gang children?

  17. Ellen says:

    Why the hell did they add stupid shit songs like Pagan Lovesong to If I Die, I Die?!?!

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