Limited edition opaque blue vinyl!

This is the first time that Frontierland, the 12th solo album by Brisbane legend Ed Kuepper – co-founder of seminal acts The Saints and Laughing Clowns – has been made available on vinyl. The original artwork has been reimaged and the newly remastered LP comes onto opaque blue vinyl, in a deluxe gatefold sleeve.  The album will also be available on the streaming services for the first time.

Originally released in Australia, the USA and Britain in 1996 Frontierland has never been available on vinyl and never available on the streaming services.  The album has been out of print in all formats for over 25 years.  Frontierland is an expansive and at times highly experimental pop album.  It’s a broad ranging work, with a sweeping sound pallet that includes horns, mandolin, mellotron, chromatic harmonica, loops and samples, violin, drums and octopad alongside Ed’s unmistakeable guitar and vocals.

Allmusic acclaimed it as a work that singled Kuepper out as “one of the most valuable, idiosyncratic rock artists of the late 20th century.” Frontierland was nominated for Best Independent Release at the ARIA Music Awards in 1997