Talk:Dry (album)

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Wow, that cover is absolutely revolting. I searched online for some sort of explanation of the art direction but found none. If anyone does have said info, though, it would be an interesting add. Help?

Info dump[edit]

Removed the info dump at the bottom of the page, since it was unencylcopedic. If anyone wants to take out the relevant data and put it back in, here it is

+++ - The Too Pure CD version was also available as a limited edition. A run of one thousand numbered on the outer front CD Jewel Case with a simple red or green paper sticker-£ and the number (out of a 1000). This version had 22 tracks and was just a few seconds short of 80 minutes.

£ - The sticker didn't survive attempts to be moved from the jewel case to the CD sleeve, very fragile, thin matte paper with strong glue!

An entire run of the album played as acoustic demos followed the 'normal' album.

The normal Too Pure CD code for Dry was: PURE CD 10

The limited edition Too Pure CD code for Dry was: PURE CDD 10

Note the extra D.

You had to really look twice to try and pick up this gem, as the sleeve, apart from the spine, was more or less identical, just an extra line of writing was evident on the compact disc.

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--CactusBot (talk) 19:04, 1 January 2011 (UTC)

Release date[edit]

Since this appeared in the album chart in April 1992, the stated release date of 30 June must be wrong. MFlet1 (talk) 10:40, 1 May 2012 (UTC)