In 1985, after having released two 7"s for Electric Eye, Not Moving made their home at the brand-new Tuscan label, Spittle Records, for whom they soon recorded the 12" Black and Wild. The sound was a personal and mature fusion of X and Gun Club (Goin' Down), goth/blues (Eternal Door), Stones-style blues ("I Just Wanna Make Love To You") and neo garage (Crawling).The following year their first LP, Sinnerman, was released, also on Spittle. The 15 tracks on the album retraced the roads that that led to the creation of the band's unique sound: rock 'n'roll, blues, beat, punk, psych, and punkabilly and the album (despite its being released with an unauthorized sound mix) was critically acclaimed and well-liked by the public. Now these two albums (with Sinnerman featuring the original authorized mix) are available together and for the first time ever on CD! The "mini-LP" artwork also features what should have been the original Sinnerman album sleeve and contains a 12-page booklet including a bio of the band.