After more than a decade out of print, Jawbox's second full-length album, Novelty, is finally back on vinyl. Novelty was recorded at Arlington, Virginia's Inner Ear Studios in January of 1992 with producer Iain Burgess. J. Robbins, Kim Coletta and Adam Wade formed Jawbox in July of 1989. Not long after, the band began to tour and record, releasing its first EP, Tools & Chrome, in 1990 as a split between Desoto and Dischord Records. Following the release of the Jawbox's debut LP, Grippe, on Dischord in 1991, the band recruited a second guitarist, Bill Barbot. In 1993, Jawbox left Dischord to sign with Atlantic Records, where it would release two more albums--For Your Own Special Sweetheart and Jawbox--before disbanding in 1997. The record has been remastered and recut by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Studios and will be pressed onto clear-colored vinyl with revised artwork. The LP also includes a digital download coupon featuring the original album tracks plus the 2-song Tongues single.