"Soil Samples" was a promo-only series launched by Warner Brothers in the early '90s, usually involving colored vinyl 7"-ers limited to 1000 or so, no doubt to capitalize on the brisk underground demand for Strangulated Beatoffs and Thrown Ups 45s. And what could be better than a brilliant and obscure Bash & Pop song, right? If Ron Wood still needs a bass player for the Faces reunion, he should look no further than Tommy Stinson.
I've never bothered listening to the flip side, His Name Is Alive, which is some kind of 4AD suck, I'd imagine. Feel free to go ahead and tell me I'm wrong.
"Harboring a Fugitive"
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