Release date: 1985
Formed by Dave Jackson and Becky Stringer from the ashes of lauded Liverpool indie-popsters The Room, Benny Profane went on to explore darker musical territory over the course of two albums released in 1989 and 1990.
Both Trapdoor Swing and Dumb Luck Charm are included on this extended edition. Remastered by drummer/guitarist Joe McKechnie (who also played in The Passage), the CD adds two tracks from the very first Benny Profane demo in 1985, featuring guest Will Sergeant of Echo and the Bunnymen on guitar.
Booklet featutes band images and text by Dave Jackson. 75 minutes of music.
1. Man On the Sauce
2. Skateboard to Oblivion
3. Pink Snow
4. Quickdraw McGraw Meets Deadeye Dick
5. A Handful of Nothing
6. Rob a Bank
7. Tear the Web
8. Wall to Wall
9. Stitch That
10. Here Comes the Floor
11. Time Bomb
12. Hey Waste of Space
14. Beam Me Up
15. Devil Laughing
16. Walk Away Macbeth
17. Ghoul Friend
18. Perfect Girl
21. Vain Profane
22. Credulous As Hell
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