March 29 street date. "Pedal Steal + Four Corners" collects, for the first time, Terry Allen's radio plays and long-form narrative audio works - two and a half hours of cinematic songs, stories, and country-concrète sound collage - in a deluxe gatefold edition, including one LP, three CDs, a DL code, and an exhaustive 28pp. color booklet boasting the first in-depth essay to explore this body of work; dozens of images of Allen's related visual art; and full scripts and credits for all five pieces. "Pedal Steal" (1985), originally composed as a soundtrack to a dance performance, appears on vinyl for the first time, as well as on CD. "Torso Hell" (1986), "Bleeder" (1990), "Reunion (a return to Juarez)" (1992), and "Dugout" (1993) comprise the "Four Corners" suite, radio plays broadcast on NPR and never before released, now spanning two CDs. Fans of Allen's masterpiece "Juarez" will find much to love in these haunting desert dramas, which feature Jo Harvey Allen, Lloyd Maines, Butch Hancock, Rolling Stones saxophonist Bobby Keys, and many others. Roger Corman tried to option the film rights; Jesse Helms tried to ban them; now you can own them!