Vinyl Details: Limited edition 3LPs, 180 gram black vinyl, capacity jacket printed on foil board. Also included are reproductions of promotional items from the original 1993 release including 1 of 5 different 8”x10” B&W promo photos, a 2”x5” sticker w/the Afghan Whigs ‘Stax’ logo & the famous Do Not Disturb plastic doorhanger.
Description: GENTLEMEN AT 21 presents the original record’s 11 tracks, remastered. In addition, GENTLEMEN AT 21includes all the original eight demos for the album, which were recorded at John Curley’s Ultrasuede studio space in Cincinnati, and are previously unreleased. The bonus material also includes the original Debonair single b-sides, including “Mr. Superlove” and a cover of the southern blue-eyed soul classic “Dark End of the Street,” along with three songs recorded live for KTCL in Denver, previously issued on the What Jail Is Like EP. The set comes packaged with a faithful reproduction of the original sleeve art and its striking front cover image, a homage to Nan Goldin’s iconic “Nan and Brian in Bed, New York City,” that has proven to elicit just as profound a connection for the fans as the music on the album.