Originally released in 1994, ‘Titanic Days’ is generally thought of as Kirsty’s most complete and rounded release.
Often referred to as the ‘divorce album’ , due not just to Kirsty’s domestic situation but also that of co-writer and ex-Fairground Attraction leader Mark Nevin, ‘Titanic Days’ has not been available anywhere for almost ten years.
Featuring some of Kirsty’s most notable songs, including ‘Soho Square’, ‘Can’t Stop Killing You’ and the heart breaking finale, ‘Tomorrow Never Comes’, ‘Titanic Days’ was produced by soon to be ex-husband Steve Lillywhite (U2, Peter Gabriel,XTC, etc) and is now ripe for rediscovery.
The original album has been fully digitally restored and remastered, along with revamped artwork. Disc 2 features three previously unreleased demos, rare remixes of 'Angel', Australian B-Sides and American only live b-sides.