The following news story appeared on the T&M homepage:



We can blow you all to pieces...Spanish record label 'Beat Generation' will be re-issuing the Subs' fourth studio album 'Endangered Species' on vinyl (catalogue number BEAT 071LP) on 12 April 2019.

The promotional blurb for the re-issue reads:

"Beat Generation presents a reissue of the U.K. Subs' Endangered Species, originally released in 1982. The Subs' fourth studio album is considered by many of the band´s fans their finest moments, and there´s many reasons why it could very well be: the record´s powerful sound (courtesy of the production of the band's Nicky Garratt) did justice to a band on top of their game, recording some of the best songs of their career. With Endangered Species, the legendary UK punk outfit proved their songwriting skills were extremely sharpened and ready to cut! From classic punk numbers like "Endangered Species", "Living Dead", "Lie Down And Die" or "I Robot" to slower stompers like "Countdown" or "Down On The Farm" (infamously covered by Guns ´n` Roses on The Spaghetti Incident (1993)), the record is strong proof of what the Subs are capable! There´s even space for a bit of post punk in great tracks like "Sensitive Boys"! No self-respecting punk should let this one pass, up The Subs!"
The re-issue is now available on pre-order... in the UK, for example at Rough Trade at:
Although at the time of writing Amazon are the cheapest at £20-54 here: