August 24 street date. The Oxford based alternative rock band Swervedriver released their third studio album Ejector Seat Reservation in 1995. Despite the little promotion and disappointing sales the album is widely considered as one of their strongest records. While listening to this record you’ll hear the true quality of this hidden gem. Besides the alternative rock the shoegaze and even bluesy influences are woven into their music. The fusion and variety of the songs which they recorded for this album are a little less on the shoegaze side compared to their previous two albums Raise and Mezcal Head. Ejector Seat Reservation is the band’s most complete record, best experienced as a whole. After splitting up in 1998 Swervedriver reunited in 2008 for touring purposes. After seventeen years they released their fifth album I Wasn’t Born to Lose You. The Ejector Seat Reservation package includes a 4-page booklet and is available as a first pressing of 2.500 individually numbered copies on coloured (silver & black mixed) 180 gram audiophile vinyl.