Formed in south London in 1979, The Sound were an English post-punk band fronted by singer-songwriter Adrian Borland. Whilst The Sound may never have matched the commercial success of their peers, the group are frequently hailed as one of the greatest bands of the 1980s and have a cult following to this day. Issued in 1986, Counting The Days was the sole compilation released during the band’s years together and gathers tracks from their acclaimed releases Shock Of Daylight, Heads And Hearts and In The Hothouse. The complete collection is now issued on vinyl for the very first time, pressed on two 180g clear viny discs.
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