Vinyl LP pressing. The legendary Jesus and May Chain - fronted by the quarrelsome Reid brothers Jim and William - release their long awaited brand new studio album Damage and Joy - their first studio effort since Munki, issued back in the summer of 1998. Produced by Martin Glover aka Youth and featuring contributions from former Lush bassist Phil King and the band's touring drummer Brian Young, the highly anticipated 14-track set includes stunning lead single "Amputation" and a re-energized new version of "All Things Must Pass" which was previously showcased in the TV show Heroes. Creation Records boss and band manager Alan McGee exclaimed, "They've made another album! It's a big deal! It's kinda enormous."