Vinyl LP pressing includes digital download. 2015 collection from the Houston, Texas Punk legends. VOLUME 3: NEW STRINGS FOR OLD PUPPETS COMPILES all the band's rare and sought-after 7" inch releases, plus early previously unreleased tracks. This collection presents the sound better than it has ever been, so hear them again for the first time-or the first time ever. The LP kicks off with the KBD cult classic "Modern Needs" and the even rarer "Crowd Control" singles, followed by an unlikely punk cover of Petula Clark's "Downtown." Finally seeing the light for the first time is "Little Death," the song Jello wanted for the 1981 Alternative Tentacles compilation LET THEM EAT JELLYBEANS that only survived on a cassette he found in his vaults. Then it's on to the hardcore era and the NEW STRINGS FOR OLD PUPPETS EP itself, before a final rewind to the live songs originally released as the DESPISE MORAL MAJORITY official bootleg EP. The sound is dramatically improved, and it ain't a muddy bootleg anymore! This is one kick ass album, lovingly organized and remastered by Biafra.