Out July 12, 2019.
**Every copy includes the "Sleepwalking b/w Jesus I Betong" 7" and a zine including archival photos and flyers and new liner notes by Johan Kugelberg.**
***Limited Edition Version: Edition of 350 hand-numbered copies, comes with alternate screen printed, wrap around sleeve, wax sealed LP pressed on clear vinyl, and available by mail-order only. ONE PER PERSON LIMIT.***
***Sacred Bones Record Society version: Edition of 150 hand-numbered copies, comes with alternate screen printed, wrap around sleeve, wax sealed LP pressed on Society-exclusive silver vinyl and with Society-exclusive mixed tape, and available by mail-order only. ENROLL HERE.**
Recorded in April 1981, released in August 1983, Spinal Injuries by Cortex stands as one of a handful of masterpieces of Scandinavian post-punk. Freddie Wadling played in bands locally in his hometown of Gothenburg starting in the mid-1960s: garage bands, jam bands, one-offs, party-bands. Wadling belonged to the generation of the culturally astute who embraced the milestones as they happened: Captain Beefheart, The Velvet Underground, Zappa, Bowie, Eno, The Stooges, Hawkwind, alongside underground lit, underground comix, and art movements outside of the mainstream at a time where you had to dig hard to find out about stuff. No internet, no media mentions, no TV or radio. All word of mouth, hepcat to hepcat.