CARTER USM are planning to play their first four albums in their entirety at two London dates later this year.
The indie band enjoyed much success in the early 1990s, with hit songs such as Sherriff Fatman and The Only Living Boy In New Cross and have performed reunion shows in 2007 and 2008.
However, they have announced they will perform all tracks from THE LOVE ALBUM and POST HISTORIC MONSTARS at the Forum in Kentish Town on November 13th.
On the following night at the Brixton O2 Academy, they will play debut album 101 DAMNATIONS and 30 SOMETHING.
Singer Jim Bob said: "Performing our first four albums in full, first track to last is something we've never done. We might even chuck in a cheeky Take That-style costume change."
Guitarist Fruitbat added: "These sets should be marathons, so I'm going to get in training. I think the audience should too, as we are all going to need to be fit for this!"
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