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Limited CD re-release of the RSD 2016 vinyl LP. Recently heard on the Andrew Marr show. Mezzotint Label released the LP of 'Portrait of a Damaged Family' for RSD2016. Copies are back in on LP later this week. There will also be a digital version. In addition, all of the Miracle Legion catalogue will be available digitally. Most stories surrounding Miracle Legion and Mark Mulcahy begin with lament. It's understandable. Miracle Legion were poised to sit at the college rock throne alongside R.E.M. but were thwarted by mismanagement at record labels and having their discography tied up in legal hell. By the time the band released their final record, Portrait of a Damaged Family, on Mulcahy s newly launched Mezzotint label in 1996, it went virtually unnoticed. Yet nothing is ever finished in the modern age, with new reunions being announced seemingly every week. This is the era of second chances for bands, and few are as deserving as Miracle Legion and Mulcahy. For his part, Mulcahy has been revelling in the moment. He came back from his self-imposed hiatus from solo work, brought Polaris to life to perform Music from the Adventures of Pete and Pete, and recently announced reunion dates with his Miracle Legion bandmates. The reissue of Portrait of a Damaged Familyis the logical next step for continuing this band s story.. Side A: You're My Blessing, Screamin' , Homer , Say I Had a Lovely Time , I Wish I Was Danny Kaye , The Depot. Side B: Madison Park , Accidentally on Purpose, KKM , Good for Her , .30-06, Gone to Bed at 21.

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