Closed For Business 25 disc box set!

Check out whats included HERE




This is the ultimate Mansun collection including:

All 4 original albums remastered

Single edits, EP tracks and b-sides CDs remastered

Ten Live discs featuring concert, festival and radio broadcasts including Glastonbury, Reading Festival, BBC broadcasts and live shows from Australia & Norway

Radio session, Demos, Rarities & Outtakes discs

DVD featuring the first ever official live film, from Brixton (October 98)

160 page hard back book written by renowned music journalist Peter Doggett

112 page book documenting the official fanzines Smelling the Roses, Take it Easy and Cult of Positivity

48 page studio book cataloguing newly discovered archival ephemera

5 x 12″ art prints and 4 x postcards

Handwritten “Closed for Business” lyric sheet signed by Paul Draper”

For full details and to preorder go to the Official Mansun Store

Japan review and details HERE


27 October 2017 saw the release of Paul’s fourth solo single from ‘Spooky Action’  featuring mixed edits of ‘Grey House’ and ‘Who’s Wearing The Trousers’.

Available as a limited edition silver 7″ single with pvc wallet and inner artwork and digital download. A promo CD was also issued to radio and press.




The Dead Flowers Reject revised release date…


The recordstoreday release of The Dead Flowers Reject has a new release date. 

After the postponement of the original RSD back in April , AUGUST 29th sees this limited edition white vinyl hit the independants.

Limited to 1000 copies , its a sure-fire rarity not to be missed .

Participating stores are HERE



eleven EP 7″

The song was re-recorded with New York producer Arthur Baker in a simpler arrangement produced and mixed by Baker and released as the fourth and final single on 1st February 1999 from the group’s second album, Six. The 7″ clear vinyl contains the Baker edit and exclusive b-side “Live Television” recorded live at Brixton Academy. 


Take It Easy Chicken

writing side of Manson first single


The second Mansun vinyl release was Take It Easy Chicken with a yellow label on the band’s own DIY label Sci Fi Hi Fi Recordings. Still under the original band name of Manson , this release mirrored the 7″ promo before it.

logo side of record logo side close up writing side of Manson first single black sleeve rear sleeve


The very first Mansun vinyl release pressed by EMI in 1995. This is the 7″ promo of Take It Easy Chicken. It plays the same track both sides. Two copies are shown here , one was Paul Draper’s own copy with the sleeve signed to me after i acquired the record from a collector. The second copy looks in better condition with plain sleeve which i bought from a German dealer. Only a ‘handful’ were made and is very collectable. Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped / etched): A-1-1-Q1 MANSONMatrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped / etched): B-1-1- Q1 MANSON