HOUSE OF VIBES REVISITED: The Grip Weeds' critically acclaimed debut collection of "sparkling, insanely catchy psyche-pop" is now available in a deluxe enhanced edition. More than just a fresh coat of paint, HOUSE OF VIBES REVISITED is a home improvement of the highest order. After releasing four full-length albums that established the Grip Weeds internationally as a premier power pop/ psychedelic rock force the be reckoned with, the band The Village Voice called ?The natural progression from the Who to the Jam to Oasis? spent a year remixing and re-imagining its acclaimed 1994 debut (House of Vibes) for the 21st Century. THE GRIP WEEDS have created a reissue with bonuses galore. Aside from the newly remixed tracks, HOUSE OF VIBES REVISITED features demos showing works in progress, sometimes markedly different from the final versions, and several tracks broadcast live on the radio from 1994 and 1995, plus band interviews and unreleased archival photos. And by inserting the CD into a computer, you gain access to a special online ?secret attic space? with more in-depth info, more video, more audio, and all sorts of added goodies to explore. "Salad Days", the lead single, made the Top 10 on Little Steven's Underground Garage Chart in Billboard. Shortly after being dubbed "Coolest Song in the World" on Little Steven's nationally syndicated Underground Garage, "Salad Days" landed on New York's top-rated new music show, Jonathan Clarke's Q104.3/New York Out of the Box. Since the official release, the band picked up spins at more than 50 Commercial Specialty/Triple A stations with over 200 spins a week. Ken Barnes of USA Today says HOUSE OF VIBES REVISITED is "Bursting with terrific songs." All Music Guide describes it as "The American answer to Britpop...[a] stellar album." Order HOUSE OF VIBES REVISITED and bring it all back home with The Grip Weeds!