Taking their name from the horror cult classic, 90s underground punk icons, Leatherface, were purveyors of the 90s UK punk, at a time when many thought punk had its day. Led by wordsmith Frankie Stubbs, they were impassioned and emotive, making them one of the most exhilarating bands of their time, re-writing the rule book when it came to punk requisites; passion; angst and power with unquestionable song writing and technical prowess. Debut 'Fill Your Boots', now absolute punk classic 'Mush' and their final before their first hiatus, just at the peak of their powers 'Minx', are re-mastered and all in one place. With liner notes and an interview with Frankie, scribed by Jack Rabid, no stone is left unturned.
This collection includes extensive liner notes featuring interviews over multiple decades with Frankie, as scribed by The Big Takeover's Jack Rabid, leaving no stone unturned. 'Razor Blades And Aspirin: 1990-1993' bonus tracks includes covers 'Can't Help Falling In Love' and 'Message In A Bottle' along with songs from EPs released in the same period - 'Do The Right Thing'(1993), 'Smokey Joe' (1990) and 'Compact and Bijou' (1992) EPs.