September 21 street date. Following the release of FELT's first five albums in February, the band's reissue campaign continues with the second half of their discography. 1988's "Train Above The City" is the oddest album in Felt's discography, as it is mostly cocktail jazz (!). Like all the CD's in this series, the initial issue is signed by Lawrence and includes a 7" single ("The Final Resting Of The Ark"/"There's No Such Thing As Victory") along with reproduction gig flyers, a double-sided wall poster, and four button lapel badges. The vinyl edition is packaged in a gatefold sleeve.