Dexys Midnight Runners’ frontman Kevin Rowland’s 1999 sophomore solo album My Beauty was overshadowed at the time by its striking cover depicting a semi-disrobed Rowland in a dress, stockings, and makeup, with a feather boa slung over the dressing screen. Now, over two decades later, the world might finally have caught up with Rowland’s raw, personal album and its gender-non-conforming cover. Cherry Red is reissuing My Beauty on both CD and LP to mark the album’s 21st anniversary. My Beauty consists of twelve dramatic reinterpretations of familiar songs, many with new lyrics by the artist to make them more reflective of his own journey. The expanded CD adds his cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Thunder Road,” dropped from the original album after his label failed to secure The Boss’ permission to alter the lyrics, as well as two B-sides.