CD $ 9.00
Black Vinyl $ 15.00
Digital $ 9.00

Should's shoegaze album, A Folding Sieve, was originally released in 1995 under the name shiFt by the Austin-based record label N D. Words on Music re-released the album in 2002 with double the number of tracks as the original album. These new songs included covers of the Jean Paul Sartre Experience song 'Own Two Feet' and the 18th Dye song 'Merger' as well as unreleased songs recorded between 1995 and 1996.

The Captured Tracks version of A Folding Sieve includes the original tracks as well as 'Faded' and 'Own Two Feet'. The CD and digital download card will include previously unreleased material. A hidden gem.

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