THE HOME OF SPECIALIST MUSIC Supporting independant labels and artists from across the globe
All Genres | Ltd Editions | Signed CD's | Special Offers | Vinyl | Box Sets

Racine Revisited

Long Play Vinyl
No of Discs:
Release Date:
Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)
Catalog Number:
Racine Revisited
Racine Revisited


Sass Jordan's breakout major-label masterpiece, 'Racine', is being re-imagined and released as 'Racine Revisited', a brilliant record with updated versions of each song. This classic album signified an evolution for Jordan and a critical turning point in her career, reaching #2 on the Billboard US Heat Album Chart. 'Racine' was released March 31, 1992. With the resources of her new label MCA Records and the help of producer Rick Neigher, Jordan embraced the opportunity to create a brassy, swaggering nugget of electric barroom crunch that draws from the same well as Rod Stewart and The Faces. Racine found Jordan with swagger to spare, barbed one-liners, and shades of rich, spirited rock. Universally hailed upon release, Racine topped the critics best of lists in 1992 and continues to resonate on rock radio, 25 years later. So, why go back? As Jordan says in her own words, the album's release date is "A milestone for any musical recording that sold as much as it did. So, we decided to throw a year long celebration in it's honour, which gives all the fans a chance to connect and reminisce about where you were, what you were doing, and how far you've come since then." Jordan explains this was not a throwaway idea. "Re-recording such a landmark album was not a venture that we took lightly, because once you release your music to the world, it becomes the emotional property of anyone who connects with it, and rightly so. We wanted to be true to the original recording, but to do something we had never heard of before." That doesn't mean using updated technologies or in-fashion sounds of today. Jordan says, "Instead of doing the obvious, and updating the vibe, and making it all shiny, sparkly, hissy and huge - why don't we recreate the record as if we were IN the '70's, and try to make it sound like it would have if it had been recorded during that seminal decade - where the original recording drew its roots from? What would THAT be like?" With an all-star and confident cast of Rudy Sarzo on bass, Brent Fitz on drums and percussion, Chris Caddell on guitars and Derek Sharp on guitars, keyboards and production duty, one listen and you'll know this were the combo that made sense for this delicate undertaking. What you hear in Racine Revisited is what happened - no click tracks and no auto-tune.


  1. Name
  2. Make You A Believer
  3. If You're Gonna Love Me
  4. You Don't Have To Remind Me
  5. Who Do You Think You Are
  6. Windin' Me Up
  7. I Want To Believe
  8. Goin' Back Again
  9. Do What Ya Want
  10. Cry Baby
  11. Where There's A Will
  12. Time Flies
In stock

Fast delivery & returns worldwide

In stock