***For the first time since it’s original release in 1980, Futurismo are proud to announce the reissue of the first solo self-titled LP by ALAN VEGA, one half of electro punk legends SUICIDE. Vega's LP is a piece of work drenched in the musical influences of his teenage years, and an album that welded an unexpected hit in the stand out opener ‘Jukebox Babe,’ a track of frantic rockabilly delivery and sparse instrumentation that seduces the listener by sculpting a sound that owed little to the '50s revival yet everything to the sensibilities of rock ’n’ roll futurism. Echoing the Suicide staple ‘Ghost Rider’—itself a construct of repetitive rhythms and minimalist drones, punctuated by a classic vocal delivery that harnessed Gene Vincent, Elvis and the idols of Vega’s youth. Contained within a neon printed sleeve that utilize scans from the original Curtis Knapp negatives, is a huge A1 screenprinted Poster, a digital download of all the tracks, and to top it off brand new liner notes by musician and friend HENRY ROLLINS. Pressed on white vinyl.