After seven years of trying, Liverpool’s The Farm unwittingly found themselves part of the ‘baggy’ boom at the beginning of the 90’s, with their hit version of the Monkees’ "Stepping Stone" on their own Produce label.
They followed this up with the hits "Groovy Train" (# 6), and "All Together Now" (# 4), before releasing the album "Spartacus" (produced by Suggs of Madness), which went straight into the album chart at number 1 in March 1991. They scored a further two hits, "Don’t Let Me Down" and "Mind", before signing to Epic.
Disc One of this slip-cased mid-price 2 CD set includes all of the original album, as well as all of the 12" Terry Farley Remix EP which came with the initial pressings of the vinyl album. Two of these tracks appear on CD for the first time.
Disc Two features all the singles and their various b-sides and remixes, previously only available in the limited edition "Boxsetacus" set of CD singles.