Release date: 1991, 2006
Genre: Post Punk
San Antorium is the fourth studio album by Lowlife, issued in 1991, produced by Calum Maclean. Here core members Lorentson and Heggie are joined by guitarist Hugh Duggie and drummer Martin Fleming. This expanded remaster also features 5 bonus tracks, comprising the second half of the legendary Black Sessions demo album, released in 1988 in a limited edition of 250 copies.
2. Inside In
3. My Mother's Fatherly Father
4. Big Fat Funky Whale
5. Good As It Gets
6. Suddenly Violently Random
7. June Wilson
8. Give Up Giving Up
10. As Old As New
11. Missing the Kick (demo)
12. Bittersweet (demo)
13. Forever Filthy (demo)
14. Neverending Shroud (demo)
15. We the Cheated (demo)
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