We did a small run of Harvey Milk - Life... The Best Game in Town 2xLP to fill leftover jackets from the first press.
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After making their auspicious but notoriously underexposed debut with 1994’s 'My Love Is Higher Than Your Assessment Of What My Love Could Be,' Athens (GA) dirge lords Harvey Milk recorded two more full-lengths (1995’s 'Courtesy And Good Will Towards Men' and 1997’s 'The Pleaser') before going tits up in 1998 in a fit of nuptials and child-rearing.
Reintroduced to the underground at large through reissues, live DVDs and whatnot, Harvey Milk reformed to unleash 'Special Wishes' upon the feverishly lactating public, which has been lactating feverishly ever since. Which is to say that Harvey Milk — as they themselves like to say—have “not” been “canceled due to lack of interest yet.”
Fast forward to the here and, like, now, and Harvey Milk are celebrating their own renaissance by lauding the virtues of 'Life... The Best Game In Town.' Spearheaded by the alternately burly and angelic vocal stylings of mastermind Creston Spiers, 'Life... The Best Game In Town' is both tumultuous and grueling, resonating with the glorious slow-motion radiance of Total Dirge Power. In layman’s terms: Yet another classic. Oh, and did we mention that they’ve been joined by Thrones legend Joe Preston? Well, they totally have.