'Pelican West 40' is a celebration edition of Haircut 100's much-loved 1982 debut album. In less than six months, the group moved from being London underground darlings to chart sensations, and within a year had disappeared into pop's ether, leaving behind one memorable album and four Top 10 UK singles. The set features new mastering from the original tapes of their debut album, a disc of extended versions, B-sides and special remixes, the first-ever release of the eleven tracks that the band were working on in late Summer 1982 for the follow up album to 'Pelican West', to be titled 'Blue Hat for a Blue Day', and 'Haircut 100% Live! Hammersmith Odeon Spring 1982' - a live album that highlights the group at the summit of their powers - high speed funk, to-die-for pop and sweet melodies against the backdrop of Haircutmania. No overdubs and the high-octane energy of youth. A four-CD set, with 44-page booklet with a new 10,000 word note, an oral history of the time with all six members, interviewed and assembled by the set's curator, author and DJ Daryl Easlea. Includes memorabilia and exclusive photographs from the personal collection of the band's Graham Jones and Les Nemes. Mastered by Phil Kinrade at AIR Mastering.