Vinyl LP repressing of this sole album from the San Francisco Post Punk band. The Sleepers were on their own rock 'n' roll planet: somewhere between Punk, Post-Punk and Psychedelic. 1981's Painless Nights is their only album. In fact, it is one of the few full-length LPs to come out of San Francisco during this era. From the opening tracks 'When Can I Fly?' and 'Walk Away' (featuring Alex Gibson and Tom Recchion of BPeople), Painless Nights captures The Sleepers' fluid and volatile sound. Guitarist Michael Belfer's (Tuxedo moon) lo-fi textures and incisive riffs serve as the perfect counterpoint to Williams' improvisational lyrics. Perhaps if the band had not broken up for the last time soon after it's release, this amazing record would be even more known today. This first-time reissue comes from the original analog source and features a new insert with liner notes and includes a digital download card.