The Wibbley Brothers Go Weird LP to be reissued on Record Store Day

A vinyl LP which was released on an East Midlands-based label and achieved cult status is to be reissued on Record Store Day.

A vinyl LP which was released on an East Midlands-based label and achieved cult status is to be reissued on Record Store Day.

The Wibbley Brothers Go Weird was launched in 1982 on the hardcore/punk label Rondele whose owner Alan Campion ran a record shop in Mansfield. Copies now sell for £100 on eBay.

Trubshaw’s Astonishing Records is to reissue the album as a limited edition vinyl LP, CD and download this Saturday, April 18.

Trubshaw’s director and original co-producer Guy Jackson said: “If you were looking for a left-field missing link between the Bonzos and Half Man Half Biscuit, this could be it.”