Imagine my surprise as I opened the "new" Mick Abrahams' Blodwyn Pig CD, only to find that it's a repackaged, renamed exact same duplicate of the CD "Lies", released 15 years earlier. You would think that Abrahams and his record label, neither exactly a household name, would not want to alienate the few dedicated fans who plunk down money to buy his product by pulling the "old wine in a new bottle" trick. Lots of money-grubbing record labels (and artists who presumably go along with the ripoff) toss a few new songs into a "greatest hits" package, so that the completists among the fans have to pay for 10 songs they already own in order to get the two that they don't. But few, to my knowledge, completely rename an album, change the cover art, and sell it as something new 15 years after originally released.
I blame Abrahams, Blues Boulevard Records,and Amazon.com for this. Wanting to promote an artist's earlier works is admirable. But don't mislead prospective buyers with a new title and new cover art.
On-line, Amazon lists this as a 2008 release and there's not an easy way of checking their story.
Is the music good? Sure. If you like Mick Abrahams, you'll like this one. If you don't already own it by another name.