Spod To Taste The Radness Ten Years On

24 September 2013 | 11:57 am | Staff Writer

The self-proclaimed "World's Greatest Album" will be re-issued with seven new tracks

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In the name of the 10-year anniversary of his Taste The Radness debut LP, Sydney's Spod is celebrating in style, releasing a huge digital re-issue of the record that kick-started their career (complete with a few previously unreleased tunes) early next month, and a sweet doco next year.

Titled Taste The Radness: the 10 Years Of Radness Edition, the re-issue captures the sound of Spod circa 2003, including versions of Nerdz, Country Of Sweden and Loooife recorded at the time but never included on the initial release, a remix of Decoder Ring's Born To Love and two unreleased tunes from the Taste The Radness Sessions, Unzip and Ohhh Yeaaahhh.

The seven new additions will be available on a separate EP along with the re-issue, and you can stream Loooife now to get you in the mood for the Ashfield electro-indie figurehead (and sometimes outfit of the same name).


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On top of the 10-year re-release, Spod will unveil his SPODUMENTARY documentary, featuring interviews with Aussie acts like The Temper Trap, The Presets and Regurgitator, sharing their memories of Spod and the trials and tribulastions of the '90s and early '00s music scene.

Check the bold trailer below.

Taste The Radness: the 10 Years Of Radness Edition will be available on Friday 4 October, with SPODUMENTARY hitting shelves in 2014.