Supergrass to reissue 20th anniversary edition of debut album ‘I Should Coco’

Band have remastered 1995 record featuring B-sides, demos, live recordings and more

Supergrass are to reissue debut album ‘I Should Coco’ to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

The 1995 album will be reissued on September 4 on 180-gram vinyl with a deluxe three-CD edition also available. Both releases include B-sides, demos, live recordings and more.

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Speaking about the new edition, Supergrass singer Gaz Coombes said, “It’s been great seeing this anniversary reissue take shape. There’s loads of cool unreleased tracks and bonus goodies on there, and recordings that I forget existed. It’s been cool talking again with people who were part of that record, and how they feel about it all now, there’s still a lot of love for ‘I Should Coco’. We’re really happy to get it out there again.”

Among the additional material on the release will be a collection of the band’s B-sides from the ‘I Should Coco’ era, including ‘Stone Free’, which will receive its first ever digital release as part of the record. There is also a number of alternative versions of the songs from the original album, including home demos dug out from the band’s archives and dating back to a time before the band signed to Parlophone.

The tracklist for the ‘B-Sides, Demos, Out-Takes & Curios’ can be seen below:

‘Caught By The Fuzz’ (Acoustic)
‘Wait For The Sun’
‘Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)’
‘Ju Suis Votre Papa Sucre’
‘Stone Free’
‘I Believe In Love’
‘I’d Like To Know’
‘Caught By The Fuzz’
‘Mansize Rooster’
‘Lose It’
‘Sitting Up Straight’
‘She’s So Loose’
‘We’re Not Supposed To’
‘Sofa (Instrumental)’
‘Time To Go ’93’

Two additional CDs of material are taken from live shows in Bath Moles (October 1994) and La Route Du Rock (August 1995).

Speaking last year Gaz Coombes said that he has ‘no interest’ in a Supergrass reunion, but added: “Who knows what I’ll say in five years?”