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Four Vinyl LPs, Including Their First Three Studio Albums And A Compilation Of Their First Five Non-LP Singles Four Compact Discs Of Of Rare, Hard-to-find And Unreleased Demos, Recordings, Radio Sessions And A Complete Live Concert Radio Broadcast From 1982 One 112-Page Book Featuring A Trove Of Archival Photos And Extensive Historical Liner Notes From Founding Member Robert Forster, Along With Additional Pieces From Guest Essayists, Fans And Contemporaries. One Silkscreen Reproduction Of The Promotional Poster For Their Debut Single, "Lee Remick". One Reproduction Of The Very First Go-betweens Press Release From Their Own Able Label. Encased In Hard "Clamshell" Box With Gold Debossing. Domino are honoured to announce the release of an extraordinary anthology for one of the most beloved and influential Australian groups of all-time, The Go-Betweens. G Stands For Go-Betweens Volume One extensively documents the band's origins in an ambitious box containing four vinyl albums, four compact discs and an extensive 112-page book, featuring a trove of archival photos and extensive historical liner notes from founding member Robert Forster, along with additional pieces from guest essayists, fans and contemporaries.The box set captures the band's output from 1978 through 1984 and includes the first vinyl re-pressings of their first three studio albums in over thirty years (Send Me A Lullaby, Before Hollywood & Spring Hill Fair), all re-mastered from the original analog tapes. G Stands For Go-Betweens also brings together their early classic and collectible singles together on a fourth vinyl LP entitled The First Five Singles, featuring new artwork from its creators. Additionally, the set comes with four compact discs of rare, hard-to-find and unreleased demos, recordings, radio sessions and a complete live concert radio broadcast from 1982. If that's not enough, the set comes with a silkscreen of their first promotional poster for their debut single, "Lee Remick", as well as a reproduction of their very first press release from their own Able Label.