Remastered from original tapes. The Wolfhounds formed in 1985 and debuted in the spring of 1986 with the EP 'Cut the Cake'; despite the record's gritty, intense approach, it nevertheless landed the Wolfhounds a spot on the NME's legendary C-86 compilation cassette the 22-track compilation ended up being so influential that it resulted in the unintentional creation of a new subgenre. Signed to the Pink label, The Wolfhounds released 4 singles, all indie hits along with their independent top ten debut album 'Unseen Riplles From A Pebble'. The Wolfhounds were more post punk than jangle pop, and their incendiary live shows saw them build up a loyal following throughout Europe, where they toured regularly supporting The House of Love and My Bloody Valentine. They split in 1990 after 4 albums and a slew of singles but reformed in 2005 and are currently touring and recording their first new album in 25 years. The album, which has never been available on CD before contains 15 bonus tracks, including all of their recorded output for the Pink Label as well as the 7" version of 'Me' that was released on Idea Records.LP - Double LP set limited to 500 copies with Download.