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Gloss laminated silver printed digipak sleeve
Large double sided poster

Never before reissued and long out of print, Futurismo are proud to be the first label to ever release this eccentric slice of Californian new wave art punk, since it's original release on the integral I.R.S. Records in 1981.

Suburban Lawns were the embodiment of everything that new wave was supposed to be: subversive, artistic, humorous and aligned to the timeless sensibilities of pop.

Their Self-Titled LP is something of a lost masterpiece with it’s tales of computer dating, religion vs. superficiality and alien spotting excursions, a cocktail of unique subject matter filtered through equally unique musical characteristics. Featuring the off kilter classic ‘Janitor’ - where the enigmatic anti pin-up Su Tissue relay’s those famous words ”i’m a janitor, oh my genitals” - the album is guaranteed to either reignite memories of those late night viewings of New Wave Theatre, or leave newcomers to the band astounded that it took this long to catch up.

This much anticipated reissue is delivered in lovingly designed redux fashion, on both LP in limited colours, as well as a never before released CD version. Both versions utilise a new scan of the original photo used on the iconic cover, have a metallic ink sleeves with new additional art, unseen photos, huge foldout poster, all the tracks present on the original Self-Titled LP plus five bonus tracks as featured on their fabulous Baby EP. Thank ‘mom and dad and god’ for the Suburban Lawns.

1. Flying Saucer Safari
2. Pioneers
3. Not Allowed
4. Gossip
5. Intellectual Rock
6. Protection
7. Anything
8. Janitor
9. Computer Date
10. Mom And Dad And God
11. Unable
12. When In The World
13. Green Eyes
14. Jam The Controls
15. Flavor Crystals
16. Enjoy
17. Hug You
18. Baby
19. Cowboy