As it turns out, it is possible to improve on perfection. Josh T Pearson claims that after the remixing process, the album has its balls back. Presumably they’re not shrunken into raisins after all these years on the shelf. You’ll have a chance to find out how this new and improved version sounds on 3rd February when Mute put out a double vinyl, special fold-out crucifix cd version (presumably without a Jesus attachment) and box-set that includes the band’s first EP and their celebrated Peel Session.
Have a listen to what These Are The Days sounds like now: