The ups and downs of Stackridge's career could, and should, fill a book. Constant line-up changes, a punishing tour shedule and a lack of commercial success that was largely due to their wilful eclecticism combined to render THEM cult heroes. But the once-ebullient band of Bristolians still had a final shot in their creative locker before they called it a day - their fifth album, released in 1976, ""Mr Mick"". Their then Record Company did not like the finished result of ""Mr Mick"" with them ordering the removal of most of the dialogue. As the album was based around a poem, this wholesale remodelling did not please the band much. Even so, the released result was not without it's charm. The original album never before released is included in it's entirity as CD1 and the album released to the public remastered as CD2. Musicians: ANDY DAVIS, MUTTER SLATER, CRUN WALTER, KEITH GEMMELL, PETER van HOOKE and DAVE LAWSON.