|Get Some Go Again Sessions|
|Studio album by Rollins Band|
|Length||2 h 10 min|
|Rollins Band chronology|
Get Some Go Again Sessions is a 2005 double album by the Rollins Band, although on this release it is credited to Henry Rollins & Mother Superior.
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This album contains the original Get Some Go Again album plus the remaining tracks from session (previously released on their own as Yellow Blues ), as well as two live tracks and two videos. The original concept for Get Some Go Again album was this two disc set, but DreamWorks would not release it. This led Rollins to reissue the title on his own label after parting company with DreamWorks, which he calls "not a very good label" in the album's liner notes.
Get Some Go Again is the sixth full-length studio album by Rollins Band, released in 2000. It is also the first album by lead singer Henry Rollins after dissolving his longtime lineup featuring guitarist Chris Haskett and others. On this album, and its follow-up Nice, Rollins was backed by the band Mother Superior.
Yellow Blues is a 2003 album by Rollins Band that consists of additional songs written for the Get Some Go Again Rollins Band album.
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