- After recording an excess of material for Sons And Fascination, and reluctant to simply
forget the weaker, half-finished, or more etherial songs from the set, Sister Feelings Call was conceived as an appropiate
way to tie up all the loose ends and get the songs to the punters at a budget price.
- The plan was to originally release Sister Feelings Call shrinkwrapped with Sons And Fascination
as a limited edition set. After a month in the shops, the sets would then separated, with Sister Feelings Call being sold
separately in limited supply before being deleted.
- In reality, it was pressed up as a budget album, initially sold with Sons And Fascination as
the planned limited edition, and then was sold separately, being kept on catalogue, for £2.99.
- All the tracks from the album appeared on the Sons And Fascination cassette, although a tape
of the Sister Feelings Call material appeared in 1986.
- Similarly the first CD issue attempted to force all the Sister Feelings Call songs onto the
Sons And Fascination CD, managing all of them bar two. There was never a
Sister Feelings Call CD.
- Different Virgin territories handled the release differently. In Australia, the album was a numbered limited
edition of 3,000 (with a stamp on the sleeve); whilst in Canada, the track listing was completely different, complementing the reshuffled contents of
the Canadian Sons And Fascination.
- As the album had already been released on Virgin's budget OVED series then no further reissues were pressed.
- In 2002, and the release of the remasters, all the Sister Feelings Call material was crammed onto the
Sons And Fascination remaster. With those reissues, Sister Feelings Call was briefly consigned