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34-track Expanded Deluxe 2CD version of The Bluebells' debut album "Sisters" that was originally released in 1984. Re-issued as the band originally wanted it released beginning with the Robin Millar produced version of 'Everybody's Somebody's Fool', a longer version of 'Cath' plus two Elvis Costello- produced tracks; 'Some Sweet Day' and 'Aim In Life'. Containing 22 bonus tracks, including a selection of non-album singles, B-sides and extended versions. The bonus tracks also include five previously unreleased remixes, alternative and instrumental versions. Including a fully illustrated 20-page booklet containing a sleevenote by MOJO and Record Collector writer Lois Wilson in conversation with Robert Hodgens. The Bluebells are a Scottish indie new wave band who were first active between 1981 and 1986 and have since then reformed a number of times. The band first split up in the mid-1980s, but enjoyed an unexpected revival in 1993 when 'Young At Heart' was used in a Volkswagen television advertisement. Re-issued as a single, it was No. 1 for four weeks and led to the band reforming temporarily to perform the song on BBC Television's Top of the Pops. The band have reformed again a number of times since 2008 and most recently released 'In the 21st Century', an album of new material in 2023.