The ultimate collection of Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl series, Fu30, Volume I-III, not only includes all 9 songs from the (nearly) sold out limited edition 10"s released over the last 2 years, but features a bonus track of the new Scott Hill mix of the band's cover of Rush's "Working Man."
They originally recorded the song in January 2020 in tribute to the late Neil Peart and released it as a digital only single benefiting Brain Tumor Research at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
This limited edition release of 2.000 units is packaged in a double platinum sleeve with embossing, spot varnish and includes a two sided insert with artwork from the original 10" series and new photos.
Like the band's most recent album, Clone Of The Universe, these songs were recorded at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, California by Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Ignite) and co-produced with Fu Manchu.
In addition to the 6 new originals, the set features the band's unique take on The Doobie Brothers' "Takin' It To The Streets," the Surf Punks' "My Wave" and The Plimsouls' "A Million Miles Away" featuring lead vocals by Clutch's Neil Fallon.