Belle and Sebastian Late Night Tales Vol. 1 gets Limited Vinyl Release
Added on 13th November 2015

Originally released in 2006, Belle and Sebastian’s first Late Night Tales album defined the meaning of a true ‘late night’ compilation and is one of the most requested in the series for a vinyl re-release. From the sexy, sultry rock tones of Donovan to the head-bobbing ska of The Ethiopians, as well as Belle and Sebastian’s cover version of Casaco Marrom, the compilation covers more corners than the beautiful vinyl slipcase it comes in. The vinyl edition includes an art print and download code for the mixed and unmixed versions of the tracks in FLAC, WAV & MP3.

The vinyl format is exclusive to the Late Night Tales Store and is not available anywhere else.


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