The Chameleons fourth and final studio album receives its first ever outing on vinyl with the initial pressing on Double heavyweight coloured discs presented in a gatefold sleeve. Why Call It Anything was produced by David M Allen (Strange Times) and was the band’s first full studio recordings after a fifteen year break.
Featuring the rich guitars and powerful vocals associated with previous Chameleons albums; Why Call It Anything is enriched by members solo pursuits throughout the 1990’s, with some of the songs having an acoustic, almost folky feel. But fans of The Chameleons rockier side won’t be disappointed with tracks such as Shades and Indiana packing an almighty punch.
The album has been re-mastered for vinyl and cut at Abbey Road by engineer Geoff Pesche whose impressive CV includes cutting the lacquer for the best selling 12” of all time, New Order’s Blue Monday.