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Title: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on May 29, 2009, 07:00:36 pm
I thought I'd start a thread dedicated to news about reissues, box sets and comps. Contribute please.

R.E.M. - Reckoning (http://idealcopy.american-data.net//Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=602527076225) (deluxe 2cd), 6/23

Thomas Dolby - Golden Age Of Wireless (http://idealcopy.american-data.net//Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=5099926791524) (cd/dvd) and The Flat Earth (http://idealcopy.american-data.net//Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=5099926791128) (cd w/ bonus tracks), 6/23

Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells (http://idealcopy.american-data.net/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=MUOldfieldMike) (3 deluxe versions), 6/9

The Housemartins - London 0 Hull 4 (http://idealcopy.american-data.net//Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=600753170779) (deluxe 2cd), 6/23
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: bellenseb on May 29, 2009, 08:41:50 pm
BIG STAR
Keep An Eye On The Sky (Boxed Set) (http://www.rhino.com/store/ProductDetail.lasso?Number=519760)

 Big Star inspired a fevered allegiance among fans of power pop, giving rise to a cult of believers who spent decades spreading the gospel. Their enthusiasm turned this obscure Memphis pop band-one that got little airplay, sold few records, and only played a handful of times- into a remarkable rock and roll resurrection story. Big Star's trek from obscure Memphis band to standard bearers for an entire genre of music has never been fully mapped-until now. Rhino presents the definitive look at the definitive power-pop band with a four-disc boxed set divided between key cuts from Big Star's three studio albums and unreleased music. KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY will be available September 15 from Rhino Records at all retail outlets, including www.rhino.com, for a suggested list price of $69.98 (physical), it will also be available as a digital release the same day. A Deluxe Edition release of Chris Bell's solo album I Am The Cosmos is due September 14 from Rhino Handmade.
 

 KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY spans 1968 to 1975 and shows the progression of Big Star through selections from such studio precursors as Rock City and Icewater; music from Big Star's acclaimed recordings (#1 Record, Radio City, and Third/Sister Lovers); and relevant solo work by group principals Alex Chilton and Chris Bell, who formed Big Star in 1971 with bassist Andy Hummel and drummer Jody Stephens. The collection also uncovers a trove of unreleased demos, unused mixes, alternate versions of songs, and a 1973 concert recorded in Memphis. 
 

 In these 98 tracks you can hear what turned artists as diverse as Cheap Trick, R.E.M., and The Replacements into Big Star fans. Spotlighting the band's roots, the boxed set opens with several songs recorded before Big Star formed, including ?Try Again,? one of the first songs Bell and Chilton wrote together. Those early cuts are followed by Big Star's 1972 debut #1 Record, reimagined here using a mix of album tracks and unreleased alternate mixes of favorites like ?Thirteen,? ?When My Baby's Beside Me,? and more. Among the disc's rarities are ?Country Morn'? (issued as a flexi-disc single by a Big Star fanzine), the demo for ?I Got Kinda Lost,? and an unreleased acoustic demo of Chilton singing Loudon Wainwright's ?Motel Blues.?
 

 Ardent Records, the band's label, experienced problems with distribution that hindered any chances at success for #1 Record. Its failure was a major blow to Bell, who quit the band to go solo. In 1974, the Alex Chilton-led Big Star regrouped and released Radio City, an album more attuned to the band's live energy that featured the power-pop confections ?September Gurls? and ?Back Of A Car.? The second disc of KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY opens with a trio of unreleased demos: ?There Was A Light,? ?What's Going Ahn,? and ?Life Is White.? The original song sequence for Radio City follows, combining album versions with unreleased alternate mixes (?Way Out West? and ?You Get What You Deserve.?) The disc features unissued versions of ?She A Mover? and ?Mod Lang,? several unreleased demos for Big Star's third album, plus Bell's acclaimed 1978 single ?I Am The Cosmos? and its B-side ?You And Your Sister.? Sadly, Bell died in a car accident a few months after the single's release. 
 

 When Big Star reconvened in 1975 to record Third/Sister Lovers, only Chilton and Stephens remained (Hummel left shortly before Radio City's release). Famed Memphis maverick Jim Dickinson was enlisted to supervise the recording, which languished on the shelf for years before its release in 1978. Despite its bleak timbre, wild dynamics, and fragility, the music possesses a startling grace. KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY's third disc opens with seven demos (most previously unreleased) for songs that appear on Third/Sister Lovers, including ?Jesus Christ,? ?Take Care,? and ?Holocaust.? Among the album's 19 songs collected here is ?For You,? ?Kizza Me,? and ?Kanga Roo.? Also featured is ?Lovely Day,? an early, unreleased version of ?Stroke It Noel? with different lyrics; Chilton vamping with photographer Bill Eggleston at the piano for Nat King Cole's ?Nature Boy? and a raucous cover of The Kinks' ?Till The End Of The Day.? 
   

 The collection's final disc contains unreleased highlights from three sets Big Star performed at Lafayette's Music Room in Memphis in January 1973. It is the best live recording ever of the band. The show captures Chilton, Hummel, and Stephens playing many of the songs on #1 Record, which had just recently been released. The set list includes a retooled version of ?ST 100/6? lengthened by both guitar and drum solos (with a middle eight heisted from the Rock City song ?The Preacher.?) Also in the repertoire are ?There Was A Light? and ?I Got Kinda Lost.? In addition, the concert includes fully formed versions of several songs recorded later for Radio City: ?Back Of A Car,? ?Way Out West,? ?O My Soul,? and a particularly rocking ?She's A Mover.? Those originals are mixed with a selection of covers: Todd Rundgren's ?Slut,? T. Rex's ?Baby Strange,? The Kinks' ?Come On Now,? and The Flying Burrito Brothers' ?Hot Burrito #2.? 
 

 The lavish packaging for KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY includes extensive liner notes, rare and never-before-seen photos, and insightful essays about the cult of Big Star and the band's history. In the notes, Stephens reflects on the band's belated triumph. ?Sure, it would've been nice to have been huge at the time. But, here we are, 30 years later, and Big Star is still playing, our music is turning up in movie soundtracks, and young people are still excited to discover the records. I mean, if that isn't success, I don't know what is.?
 
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: kosmo vinyl on May 29, 2009, 10:04:36 pm
I'm very excited about the Big Star boxset!  I wish a US record company would get around to releasing both of these Big Beat Records compilations.

Thank You Friends - The Ardent Records Story


A-Square (Of Course)    
Jeep Holland?s Ann Arbor label and agency A-Square was the flashpoint for the late 1960s Detroit rock revolution. ?A-Square (Of Course)? features historic recordings by luminaries MC5, Thyme, Scot Richard Case and Frost, plus the rarely-heard Prime Movers, with a young Iggy Pop on lead vocals.

 
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: bellenseb on May 29, 2009, 10:14:18 pm
I got the Ardent set from Other Music...I think a lot of the unreleased stuff on this box set was already on the Ardent set. Highlight for me was the alternate "Big Black Car" - very different! Most of the "alternate mixes" are very faithful to the originals...
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: kosmo vinyl on May 29, 2009, 10:39:18 pm
i do believe that the Ardent Records comp was the inspiration for the Big Star boxset, it's too bad Rhino can't pick it up as well.

And of course don't forget about the forthcoming remastered reissue of #1 Record/Radio City on CD, with the albums also being separately reissued on vinyl.  Two additional tracks being added an unreleased single mix of "In the Street" and the single edit of "O My Soul".

http://www.concordmusicgroup.com/albums/1-RecordRadio-City-FAN-31457-02/
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on May 31, 2009, 04:33:22 pm
New stuff from Wounded Bird (http://www.artist-shop.com/wounded/) (no dates)

Screaming Blue Messiahs - Gun-Shy and Bikini Red

Ohio Express - Ohio Express + Chewy Chewy (2fer)

Mercy Seat - Mercy Seat
Mercy Seat was the brainstorm of guitarist/singer Gordon Gano of Violent Femmes fame. Featuring on vocals is Zena Von Heppinstall. Originally issued on Sire Records in 1987, this unusual album is now making its worldwide CD debut.

Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: SPARX on June 02, 2009, 01:31:48 am
Excellent Andy Partridge Interview

http://tinyurl.com/mx5hog


Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on June 02, 2009, 10:17:28 am
The stoner metal gold standard:

Sleep's Holy Mountain (http://www.insound.com/Sleep_Holy_Mountain_(Reissue)__PRE-ORDER_CD/productmain/p/INS58441/)


Contains a cover of Black Sabbath's Snowblind.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on June 15, 2009, 09:42:10 pm
Just came across this. Really nice so far.


Lula Cortes - Rosa De Sangue

"Deluxe first ever reissue of this Brazilian private press monster rarity. Originally custom pressed in 1980, Rosa De Sangue is the closing chapter of the
amazing Recife psychedelic movement that flourished and centered around the work of Lula Cortes, beginning in 1973 with the release of Satwa, and the creation
of Abracadabra, Lulas loose art/music/design collective. Leading up to 1980 Lula had produced and privately released Satwa in 1973 (Brazils first private
press LP) as well as Marconi Notaros No Sub Reino Dos Metazoarios LP that same year (featuring the recording debut of Ze Ramalho). He then started the
legendary but incredibly short lived Solar label, releasing only two albums: 1975s Paebiru double album, and a year later the lone album by Flaviola. As
if that wasnt enough, he was also heavily involved in other productions and performed on many seminal albums coming out of the region, including many collaborations
with Alceu Valenca. By the close of the 70s the heavily utilized Rozemblit recording studio/pressing plant had been destroyed by repeated floods, Abracadabra
had run its course, and along with Lulas marriage, the Solar label was no more. So Rosa De Sangue was conceived as a bookend and tribute to this closing
era; as Lula himself states I want to close all of this with a golden key. And a golden key it is. Entering a small local studio with a head full of songs
and his freshly road tested mountains band, Lula created an album simply overflowing with ideas. Along with his power trio backing, he was further assisted
by many old friends dropping in, including, among many others: Alceu Valenca, Flaviola, Ze De Flauta and Paulo Rafael. With hints of the past era and of
things to come, it is a truly wild audio experience, covering many styles and moods. From crazed ethno folkrock, to magical, gentle, jungle folk psych
zones, to hard hitting, coke dusted fuzz rock, to insane mutant disco dance floor groove, to tweaked Americana, to acid vocal raga trance, and way beyond.
All throughout Lulas beautiful tricordio work pins things down, and for the first time he is the main vocalist (this is, after all, his first solo album!)
His is a smoke and booze steeped voice darting between crazed abandon, deep sadness, and glowing soulful humor. When things are mellow, you could easily
imagine youre hearing an outtake from Marconi Notaro or Paebiru, but the next moment youre dropped into a raging street party or dimly lit booze drenched
bar scene vibe. Frenzied guitars all over, including some tough fuzz, as well as powerful rolling bass groove, soaring violin, moog weirdness, dusted backup
vocals, and great drum kit/regional percussion interplay. Psychedelic at heart, but brimming with flashes of tropicalia, punk, prog, and pure hot blooded
rock and roll. A bizarre and amazing album. But of course, the story doesnt end there. At some point while the album was being recorded and pressed, Lula
signed a major label contact which would produce 1981s far tamer O Gosto Novo Da Vida LP. When his new label got wind of Rosa De Sangues eminent release,
they were displeased to say the least. As soon as the pressing was complete, the entire small edition was seized and destroyed, making this album by far
Brazils rarest. So rare, in fact, that even among the most hardcore Brazilian collectors the original LP is often only rumored to exist, often cited as
unreleased. A few copies did however survive, and now, 29 years later, the world can finally hear this golden key from a truly visionary artist. Packaged
in a heavy vintage style cover with exact reproduction original artwork, including the huge full color, double sided, foldout poster insert, plus an extra
insert featuring new liner notes from Lula Cortes as well as translated song titles.. ." - Time-Lag.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: brennser on June 17, 2009, 10:52:31 am
pixies win (for most absurd pricing)

http://pitchfork.com/news/35613-pixies-iminotauri-box-set-revealed/

holy shit!
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on June 17, 2009, 11:13:46 am
pixies win (for most absurd pricing)

http://pitchfork.com/news/35613-pixies-iminotauri-box-set-revealed/

holy shit!

personally, the 20th anniversary box set from Warp Records looks more interesting to me (next announcement below the pixies box set).
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on June 17, 2009, 02:44:22 pm
That Warp set does look pretty serious.



I thought I read something about parties in the US and UK?
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Darth Ed on June 17, 2009, 11:47:32 pm
Y'know, I was actually interested in getting the Pixies box set until I saw the price and the giant penis on the cover. I'll pass.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on August 11, 2009, 11:50:19 pm
(http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g16/beetsnotbeats/Kraftwerkexplodes.jpg)

For reals this time? (http://10342.forendienst.de/show_messages.php?mid=4146409&page=31)

Kraftwerk

12345678 THE CATALOGUE

FOUR DECADES OF MASTERWORKS

CD, CD BOX SET, VINYL & DOWNLOAD

Mute: 5th OCTOBER 2009

KRAFTWERK: Electro Pioneers, living legends and globally revered masters of electronic sound, celebrate the 35th anniversary of their landmark 1974 hit ?Autobahn? by releasing digitally remastered versions of eight astounding albums on 5th October 2009. Rolling back musical barriers with every forward-thinking phase of their career, Dusseldorf's Zen masters of electronic minimalism laid the foundations for four decades of computerised pop and dance music. By chain reaction and mutation, they have influenced generations of artists in all genres, mapping musical futures yet to come. From Bowie to Daft Punk, Aphex Twin to Portishead, Dr Dre to LCD Soundsystem, and almost everyone in between, the mark of Kraftwerk is endless, endless.

In 2009 Kraftwerk have upgraded their Kling Klang masters with the latest studio technology and these eight magnificent recordings still sound like nothing else in the history of music. Kraftwerk are unique, pristine, profound and beautiful. Decades may pass, but their streamlined synthetic symphonies stand outside time, as fresh as tomorrow, transcendent and sublime.

12345678 The Catalogue will be released across the following formats;

· 8 x individual CDs presented in special slipcases featuring newly expanded artwork, including many previously unseen images all of which have been reproduced to the highest technical standards.

· CD Box Set containing 8 x CDs in ?mini-vinyl? card wallet packaging, plus individual large format booklets.

· 8 x individual heavyweight vinyl LPs with large format booklets.

· Digital downloads.


_______________________________________

Funny how this is coming out a month after The Beatles remasters. Unfortunately, I doubt that there will also be a Kraftwerk version of Rock Band.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Relaxer on August 12, 2009, 09:43:10 am
there's a multiple-disc set on the Stone Roses debut
at first I was kind of jazzed at the idea but I DLed the first disc, which is a remastered version of the album, and realized that was sufficient
but there's demos and b-sides and singles on the other discs, and that has some value
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on August 12, 2009, 12:26:26 pm
(http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g16/beetsnotbeats/Kraftwerkexplodes.jpg)

For reals this time? (http://10342.forendienst.de/show_messages.php?mid=4146409&page=31)

Kraftwerk

12345678 THE CATALOGUE

FOUR DECADES OF MASTERWORKS

CD, CD BOX SET, VINYL & DOWNLOAD

Mute: 5th OCTOBER 2009

KRAFTWERK: Electro Pioneers, living legends and globally revered masters of electronic sound, celebrate the 35th anniversary of their landmark 1974 hit ‘Autobahn’ by releasing digitally remastered versions of eight astounding albums on 5th October 2009. Rolling back musical barriers with every forward-thinking phase of their career, Dusseldorf's Zen masters of electronic minimalism laid the foundations for four decades of computerised pop and dance music. By chain reaction and mutation, they have influenced generations of artists in all genres, mapping musical futures yet to come. From Bowie to Daft Punk, Aphex Twin to Portishead, Dr Dre to LCD Soundsystem, and almost everyone in between, the mark of Kraftwerk is endless, endless.

In 2009 Kraftwerk have upgraded their Kling Klang masters with the latest studio technology and these eight magnificent recordings still sound like nothing else in the history of music. Kraftwerk are unique, pristine, profound and beautiful. Decades may pass, but their streamlined synthetic symphonies stand outside time, as fresh as tomorrow, transcendent and sublime.

12345678 The Catalogue will be released across the following formats;

· 8 x individual CDs presented in special slipcases featuring newly expanded artwork, including many previously unseen images all of which have been reproduced to the highest technical standards.

· CD Box Set containing 8 x CDs in ‘mini-vinyl’ card wallet packaging, plus individual large format booklets.

· 8 x individual heavyweight vinyl LPs with large format booklets.

· Digital downloads.


_______________________________________

Funny how this is coming out a month after The Beatles remasters. Unfortunately, I doubt that there will also be a Kraftwerk version of Rock Band.


And even more unfortunately, their three best albums (which held up better over time than any of these) won't be included.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Lazer Guided Melodies on August 12, 2009, 12:52:47 pm
LAGWAFIS:  "The re-issue is now scheduled for the second half of November, exact release date is tbc.The artwork has changed, some of the packaging is similar to the original release.

There will be 3 formats released:

Ltd Collectors Edition - 12 disc pill pack + 2 additional cd's of previously unreleased material in new artwork.

Deluxe pack - 3 cd's in one blister pill pack. The original album plus the 2 additional cd's of unreleased material.

Standard jewel case of the original album in new artwork. The old design will no longer be manufactured.

Additional cd track listings information to follow. Pack shots of new design available nearer release date."

The delay must have something to do with the drug company manufacturing these.
(http://www.theprimalscream.com/spz.jpg)
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Post by: Relaxer on August 12, 2009, 01:47:25 pm
Ltd Collectors Edition - 12 disc pill pack + 2 additional cd's of previously unreleased material in new artwork.

what could they possibly do with 12 discs? is it one of those retarded sets where each disc has like one song on them?
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Post by: Mark_Read on August 12, 2009, 02:07:32 pm
Ltd Collectors Edition - 12 disc pill pack + 2 additional cd's of previously unreleased material in new artwork.

what could they possibly do with 12 discs? is it one of those retarded sets where each disc has like one song on them?

It is. The original UK limited edition was on 12x3" CD with one song per CD.
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Post by: HoyaSaxa03 on August 12, 2009, 03:30:53 pm
has anyone heard any updates on the 69 Love Songs vinyl reissue?

my fiancee got this for me for my birthday but it looks like the release date is just constantly delayed

http://www.insound.com/The_Magnetic_Fields_69_Love_Songs__PRE-ORDER_6x10%26quot%3B/productmain/p/INS57410/
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Post by: Justin Tonation on August 18, 2009, 11:13:49 am
(http://www.bar-none.com/images/feelies_press.jpg)

The Feelies (http://www.bar-none.com/the-feelies.html)
Crazy Rhythms and The Good Earth
9/8
CD and grooved polymer disc, each with codes for bonus downloads.
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Post by: hutch on August 18, 2009, 11:27:20 am



And even more unfortunately, their three best albums (which held up better over time than any of these) won't be included.

[/quote]

This statement is just so absolutely wrong!!
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on August 18, 2009, 02:39:30 pm
The Feelies (http://www.bar-none.com/the-feelies.html)
Crazy Rhythms and The Good Earth
9/8
CD and grooved polymer disc, each with codes for bonus downloads.

Just read about the bonus downloads. The live tracks were recorded at 930 earlier this year   8)

"Paint It Black" will not be included physically or digitally.
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Post by: kosmo vinyl on August 20, 2009, 08:55:41 am
I know several people on the forum will be giddy about this re-issue...  Urgh! A Music War is FINALLY available on DVD!

http://www.wbshop.com/Urgh+-A-Music-War-+EST-MOD/1000112990,default,pd.html
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Post by: Bombay Chutney on August 20, 2009, 09:20:32 am
I know several people on the forum will be giddy about this re-issue...  Urgh! A Music War is FINALLY available on DVD!

http://www.wbshop.com/Urgh+-A-Music-War-+EST-MOD/1000112990,default,pd.html

YES YES YES!!!!   ;D
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Post by: azaghal1981 on August 20, 2009, 07:50:29 pm



And even more unfortunately, their three best albums (which held up better over time than any of these) won't be included.


This statement is just so absolutely wrong!!
[/quote]

No, sorry. It's true.


<braces for another exclamation point fueled tyraid>


In other Krautrock-related news, the Harmonia/Brian Eno disc will be reissued on Bronland
 on 10/6 with three additional tracks.

Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on August 20, 2009, 11:24:28 pm



And even more unfortunately, their three best albums (which held up better over time than any of these) won't be included.


This statement is just so absolutely wrong!!

No, sorry. It's true.


<braces for another exclamation point fueled tyraid>


In other Krautrock-related news, the Harmonia/Brian Eno disc will be reissued on Bronland
 on 10/6 with three additional tracks.


[/quote]

Now why would you say that? Not very nice dude.
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Post by: SPARX on August 30, 2009, 02:25:58 pm
Beck has this new thing he's doing called the "Record Club Series" where he &
some of his friends get together for one day and record a classic album. The
first one is "The Velvet Underground & Nico".

Next one scheduled is Sonic Youth's "EVOL".
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: HoyaSaxa03 on August 31, 2009, 09:17:19 am
has anyone heard any updates on the 69 Love Songs vinyl reissue?

my fiancee got this for me for my birthday but it looks like the release date is just constantly delayed

http://www.insound.com/The_Magnetic_Fields_69_Love_Songs__PRE-ORDER_6x10%26quot%3B/productmain/p/INS57410/

the release date has been updated to September 7, i'm psyched to see the packaging on this

perfect timing to break in my new Dual 1219 ;D
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Post by: kosmo vinyl on September 12, 2009, 08:59:52 am
there's a multiple-disc set on the Stone Roses debut
at first I was kind of jazzed at the idea but I DLed the first disc, which is a remastered version of the album, and realized that was sufficient
but there's demos and b-sides and singles on the other discs, and that has some value

I'm streaming the demo's disk right now and it's sounds like i'll have to upgrade my 10th anniversary edition of this one.  and talk about some sweet limited edition packaging....

http://stoneroses.skyroo.com/se/view/music/index.html
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Post by: sweetcell on September 15, 2009, 10:11:06 pm
Hello citizens of the world and beyond.

Once again all may rejoice and celebrate the deluxe and multi- faceted re-release of Hello Nasty.

Please check this link for details on the plethora of previously unreleased material (seriously though - practically an entire record of unheard cuts):

http://hellonasty.beastieboys.com

The patch that comes with the deluxe vinyl version will make your grand ma's knitting circle jealous and on and on.

- El Bando
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Post by: azaghal1981 on October 09, 2009, 04:10:49 pm
Listening to the remaster of TJL's Goat. It's a big improvement.

You can kind of almost make out what David's screaming about, now.
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Post by: chaz on October 16, 2009, 01:51:58 pm
Not exactly the appropriate thread, but I just read the Flaming Lips will do a track by track remake of Dark Side of the Moon.

Not sure how I feel about this, but definately can't wait to hear it!
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Post by: kosmo vinyl on November 05, 2009, 12:31:34 am
Unreleased Arthur Lee and Love

Love Lost was recorded in 1971, during a brief, little-known period during which Love was signed to Columbia Records. Lee and the then-current Love lineup?bassist Frank Fayad, guitarist Craig Tarwater and drummer Don Poncher?recorded an album?s worth of new material for the label. But after the band left the company, the recordings sat unreleased and unheard until now. The material on Love Lost?comprised of the unreleased Columbia sessions, plus five unreleased acoustic demos from the same period?captures Love in a transitional phase, charting the next step in Lee?s idiosyncratic musical trajectory, following the lush garage-psychedelia of the classics Da Capo and Forever Changes, and the bluesier direction of the hardrocking
False Start and Out Here.

http://sundazed.com/love_lost.html
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Post by: azaghal1981 on November 05, 2009, 01:30:29 am
"My Little Red Book" was playing in a dream I had a couple days ago. I have no recollection whatsoever of what I was doing or where I was in the dream. That was the only thing I remembered upon waking up.


Weird...
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: chaz on November 05, 2009, 02:05:46 am
Unreleased Arthur Lee and Love

Love Lost was recorded in 1971, during a brief, little-known period during which Love was signed to Columbia Records. Lee and the then-current Love lineup?bassist Frank Fayad, guitarist Craig Tarwater and drummer Don Poncher?recorded an album?s worth of new material for the label. But after the band left the company, the recordings sat unreleased and unheard until now. The material on Love Lost?comprised of the unreleased Columbia sessions, plus five unreleased acoustic demos from the same period?captures Love in a transitional phase, charting the next step in Lee?s idiosyncratic musical trajectory, following the lush garage-psychedelia of the classics Da Capo and Forever Changes, and the bluesier direction of the hardrocking
False Start and Out Here.

http://sundazed.com/love_lost.html

Nice....thanks for the heads up Kosmo.  I'm a HUGE Love fan.  The Arthur Lee & Love show at the Birchmere may be my top live music experience EVER.....pure magic.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Venerable Bede on March 09, 2010, 04:12:43 pm
Spiritualized re-issue of "Ladies and Gentlemen, we are floating in space" (https://www.atpfestival.com/spiritualized.php). . .only set you back a cool $190 or so plus shipping.  but there's only a 1000 of them, and they are all signed by jason, so. . .
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on March 10, 2010, 08:53:35 pm
Spiritualized re-issue of "Ladies and Gentlemen, we are floating in space" (https://www.atpfestival.com/spiritualized.php). . .only set you back a cool $190 or so plus shipping.  but there's only a 1000 of them, and they are all signed by jason, so. . .

pitchfork: this is a perfect album (http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/13984-ladies-and-gentlemen-we-are-floating-in-space-collectors-editon/)
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on May 19, 2010, 12:35:57 pm
This is probably right up Kosmo's alley.

From Sublime Frequencies:
"Dara Puspita (Flower Girls) was arguably the world?s greatest all-female garage rock band. The reason you?ve probably never heard of them was that they
came from Indonesia where they were extremely popular during the 1960s. Their career spanned from 1965 until 1973 including 3 years (1969-1971) living
and touring in Europe. The four albums recorded by the original members between 1966 and 1968 (the material represented on this CD) is one of the great
chapters of 1960s popular music history never to be reissued, let alone recognized beyond a few tuned-in souls and adventurous record collectors in the
Western world. Twenty-six of their most spectacular tracks (from the albums Jang Pertama, Special Edition, Green Green Grass, and A-Go-Go) are now finally
available to hear in this essential release.

Dara Puspita formed in their hometown of Surabaya in 1964. After relocating to Jakarta, the group began to create quite a stir with their wild stage shows.
Their local performances were attended by teenagers grooving to the band?s raw garage rock sound. The first all-female Indonesian pop group that could
play their instruments and sing, Dara Puspita also attracted the attention of Indonesian president Sukarno who labeled Western rock music ?a form of mental
disease?. In 1965 (an eventful and critical year for the group), the girls endured a month long interrogation by the government for performing ?outlawed?
rock and roll music, became the house band in a Bangkok nightclub for three months, and were introduced to Dick Tamimi of Mesra records, the man who would
launch their recording career. The tracks featured in this compilation were recorded at the height of Dara Puspita?s popularity during the immediate post-communist
era of General Suharto?s new order; a time when Indonesia?s musicians and artists were finally capable of launching their own creative renaissance.

This collection is guaranteed to appeal to all fans of the beat a-go-go era of the mid-late 1960s and is a significant missing piece of the global pop
music history puzzle. Every single track is a classic, the sound quality is superb, and it should only take one listen to become completely addicted to
and charmed by this legendary Indonesian group. Tri-fold Digipack CD with 20 page booklet featuring rare & unseen photos provided by Dara Puspita for this
specific reissue project and extensive liner notes of the band?s phenomenal history by Alan Bishop."



Between this, the most recent Omar Khorshid comp and all the Omar Souleyman stuff they have released over the last couple years, Sublime Frequencies are on a hell of a hot streak.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Bombay Chutney on May 20, 2010, 06:52:47 am
R.E.M. - Fables of the Reconstruction

http://remhq.com/news_story.php?id=1167

Remastered, plus a cd full of demos, a poster and some postcards.  One new song.  Also on vinyl, minus the bonus stuff.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: HoyaSaxa03 on May 21, 2010, 11:04:26 am
has anyone heard any updates on the 69 Love Songs vinyl reissue?

my fiancee got this for me for my birthday but it looks like the release date is just constantly delayed

http://www.insound.com/The_Magnetic_Fields_69_Love_Songs__PRE-ORDER_6x10%26quot%3B/productmain/p/INS57410/

I finally got this about a month ago.  It's awesome.  Not sure it's worth $99 though.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on July 15, 2010, 06:08:25 pm
new old QOTSA:

ACCLAIMED QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE ALBUM "RATED R" REISSUED IN TWO-CD DELUXE EDITION WITH B-SIDES AND READING FESTIVAL CONCERT

One of Rolling Stone's top 100 albums of the decade, Rated R from Queens Of The Stone Age marks its 10th anniversary with the expanded, two-CD Rated R - Deluxe Edition (Interscope/UMe), released August 3, 2010. Added to the original album is a second disc with six B-sides and the band's memorable summer 2000 Reading Festival concert--featuring nine previously unreleased songs, including live versions of Rated R's "Feel Good Hit Of The Summer," "The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret," "Better Living Through Chemistry" and "Quick And To The Pointless."

The B-sides are "Ode To Clarissa"; "You're So Vague," a spoof of Carly Simon's "You're So Vain"; covers of Romeo Void's "Never Say Never" and the Kinks' "Who'll Be The Next In Line"; a live version of the album's "Monsters In The Parasol"; and a re-recording of "Born To Hula," an early QOTSA song. The other Reading Festival tracks are concert takes on "Ode To Clarissa," three songs from the band's debut album ("Regular John," "Avon" and "You Can't Quit Me, Baby"), and "Millionaire," a song originally from Josh Homme side project Desert Sessions.

continued: http://www.qotsa.com/news/default.aspx?nid=27027
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: K8teebug on July 16, 2010, 11:36:18 am
To celebrate its 20th Anniversary, on 27th September, EMI will release through the resurrected 1960s Major Minor label, with Morrissey's full cooperation, a remastered Special Edition of Bona Drag.
Originally released to much acclaim in October 1990, Bona Drag perfectly captures Morrissey's effortless transition in becoming a solo artist. It brings together his exceptional first seven singles, four of which went Top 10: his triumphant Top 5 debut, "Suedehead"; the anthemic, apocalyptic lament to wet seaside towns, "Everyday Is Like Sunday"; "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys"; and "Interesting Drug". The Top 20s "Ouija Board, Ouija Board", "November Spawned A Monster", and "Piccadilly Palare" and a selection of high quality b-sides from the singles complete the album.
The compilation has now been remastered and overseen by Morrissey, and is updated with the addition of six previously unreleased and much coveted songs from the era:
- "Happy Lovers At Last United"
(Outtake from "Sunday" sessions)
- "Lifeguard On Duty"
(Outtake from Viva Hate sessions)
- "Please Help The Cause Against Loneliness" (demo)
(Outtake from Viva Hate, previously covered by Sandie Shaw)
- "Oh Phoney"
(Outtake from Bona Drag sessions)
- "The Bed Took Fire" (early version of "At Amber")
- "Let The Right One Slip In" (alternate long mix)
Directing the artwork for the reissue, Morrissey has chosen to return the cover art - taken from the "November" video - back to its natural colour, so his shirt is black. In addition, he has also decided to update the back and inner artwork with a selection of favourite, hand-picked and rarely-seen photos.
The LP version will be a double heavyweight 180g vinyl, housed in a wide-spine sleeve with a pull-out poster. The CD will be housed in a gatefold, card sleeve with an eight-page booklet, which will contain the aforementioned photos.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: kosmo vinyl on September 24, 2010, 06:33:52 am
 :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o ;D ;D :D :D :D 8) 8)

   The Jam 'Sound Affects' - 30th Anniversary Edition Out November 1st

The Jam's seminal 1980 album 'Sound Affects' is being re-released in a digitally-remastered, Deluxe Edition this autumn to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

Hailed by Paul himself as the band's finest work, 'Sound Affects' spawned two of The Jam's biggest hits in 'That's Entertainment' and 'Start!' and is widely regarded as one of the band's most experimental works.

Paul, who cites 'Sound Affects' as an influence for this year's acclaimed 'Wake Up The Nation', said last month: "I still feel it was our best record. There are loads of other things I like, but as an overall body work, I thought it was great. To me, it still sounds fresh."

Released on November 1st, the remastered 2CD Deluxe Edition features the album digitally remastered together with 22 bonus tracks, demos, covers, b-sides and alternative versions - 8 of which are previously unreleased.

It comes complete with a 24 page booklet with extensive sleevenotes by Guardian writer John Harris, an exclusive Paul Weller interview, rare photos and period memorabilia.

You can pre-order 'Sound Affects - Deluxe Edition' from Amazon, HMV and Play.com right now.

The full track-listing is as follows:

Disc1 - Original album (remastered):
1. Pretty Green
2. Monday
3. But I'm Different Now
4. Set The House Ablaze
5. Start!   
6. That's Entertainment
7. Dream Time
8. Man In The Corner Shop
9. Music For The Last Couple
10. Boy About Town
11. Scrape Away

Disc 2 - Bonus tracks:
1. Start! (single version)
2. Liza Radley (b-side of Start!)
3. Dreams Of Children (b-side of Going Underground)
4. That's Entertainment (alternate version from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
5. Pretty Green ('demo with overdubs' - previously unreleased)
6. Pop Art Poem (Jam fan club flexi-disc, from 'Extras')
7. Rain (demo from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
8. Boy About Town (demo - previously unreleased)
9. Dream Time (demo from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
10. Dead End Street (demo from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
11. But I'm Different Now (demo from 'Extras')
12. Scrape Away (instrumental version - previously unreleased)
13. Start! (demo - previously unreleased)
14. Liza Radley (demo from 'Extras')
15. And Your Bird Can Sing (demo from 'Extras')
16. Monday (alternate version - previously unreleased)
17. Get Yourself Together (from 'Extras')
18. Set The House Ablaze (alternate 'dub ending' version - previously unreleased)
19. Boy About Town (alternate version - Jam fan club flexi from 'Extras')
20. No One In The World (demo from 'Extras')
21. 'Instrumental' (demo - previously unreleased)
22. Waterloo Sunset (demo - previously unreleased)
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Lazer Guided Melodies on November 23, 2010, 02:33:39 pm
Screamadelica remastered by Gillespie, Innes and Kevin Shields and to come out in a huge collector's box set version http://www.screamadelica20.com/gb/editions/collectors_edition/ (http://www.screamadelica20.com/gb/editions/collectors_edition/) to include:

'Screamadelica ? The Collector's Edition' will comprise:

CD1: Remastered album
Remastered by Bobby Gillespie and Andrew Innes

CD2: Live In L.A., 1991
Mixed by Andrew Innes

CD3: Screamadelica Remixes
Loaded

    * 1. Farley Mix 7" (5:59)
    * 2. Loaded 7" (4:19)

Come Together

    * 3. Farley 7" (4:23)
    * 4. 7" Mix (Wetherall (4:45)
    * 5. Terry Farley Extended 12" Mix (08:02)
    * 6. Hypnotone Brain machine Mix (5:14)
    * 7. BBG Mix (6:27)

Higher Than The Sun

    * 8. Higher Than The Orb (5:00)
    * 9. Higher Than The Sun 12" (6:43)
    * 10. American Spring Mix (6:20)

Don't Fight It

    * 11. 7" Edit (4:10)
    * 12. Graham Massey Mix (4:53)
    * 13. Scat Mix (8:07)
    * 14. High, High, High (Massey) (5:54)

Bonus

    * 1. I'm Losing More Than I Ever Had (4:48)
    * 2. Ramblin Rose (2:27)

CD4: Dixie-Narco EP (Remastered)

    * 1. Movin' On Up
    * 2. Stone My Soul
    * 3. Carry Me Home
    * 4. Screamadelica

DVD: Classic Album documentary
The Making of Screamadelica ? 30 mins

    * 1. Screamadelica
    * 2. Movin' On Up
    * 3. Slip Inside This House
    * 4. Don't Fight It, Feel It
    * 5. Higher Than The Sun
    * 6. Come Together
    * 7. Damaged
    * 8. Loaded
    * 9. Shine Like Stars
    * 10. Inner Flight

LP: Re-Mastered album ? Gatefold 2LP

    * A1.  Movin' On Up
    * A2.  Slip Inside This House
    * A3.  Don?t Fight It, Feel It

    * B1.  Higher Than The Sun
    * B2.  Inner Flight
    * B3.  Come Together

    * C1.  Loaded
    * C2.  Damaged
    * C3.  I?m Comin' Down

    * D1.  Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony in Two Parts)
    * D2.  Shine Like Stars

Extras
Original Tour T-shirt replicated by Worn By (Size L)

50 Page Perfect Bound Book ? crammed full of unseen photos and brand new interviews with the band on the making of the album.

12" DJ Slip Mat

4 x 7" Art Cards (original Paul Cannel Designs)

1 x 7" Perforated stamp style art card
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Jaguar on November 23, 2010, 03:20:23 pm
^ That coincides with the shows in the UK that I posted in the everywhere else thread.


Ride - Nowhere
As 2CD set
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Lazer Guided Melodies on November 30, 2010, 03:35:34 pm
^ That coincides with the shows in the UK that I posted in the everywhere else thread.

You can get the show from last Friday here: http://anorthcountrybhoy.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/screamadelica-live/ (http://anorthcountrybhoy.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/screamadelica-live/)

The Scream were on fire.  Higher Than The Sun is amazing.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on July 27, 2011, 02:47:14 pm
The title of this thread is going to be justified:

?The Smiths ? Complete? box set: 8 albums on vinyl, CD; plus 25 7-inch singles, DVD (http://www.slicingupeyeballs.com/2011/07/27/the-smiths-complete-box-set-rhino-records/)

Plus LP-only and CD-only boxes. CD box around $57  :o 8) :o ;D
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Brian_Wallace on July 27, 2011, 05:12:03 pm
The title of this thread is going to be justified:

?The Smiths ? Complete? box set: 8 albums on vinyl, CD; plus 25 7-inch singles, DVD (http://www.slicingupeyeballs.com/2011/07/27/the-smiths-complete-box-set-rhino-records/)

Plus LP-only and CD-only boxes. CD box around $57  :o 8) :o ;D

The odd thing is that even though The Smiths had many more compiliations than studio albums (4) and they only recorded something like 73 original songs, some of those have never been on a CD.  Like "Jeane."  I don't think that was ever officially released except on its original import vinyl single.  So they had SO many compilations and SO few (relatively) songs, and they still had rare stuff.  Just weird.

Brian
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on August 04, 2011, 05:52:37 pm
On November 15,  Chunklet Industries  will release expanded vinyl reissues of two out-of-print double LPs from Elephant 6 psych-poppers
the Olivia Tremor Control:
1996's Music From the Unrealized Film Script: Dusk at Cubist Castle and 1999's Black Foliage: Animation Music Vol 1. Both reissues will include tons of
bonus material on download cards containing hours of rare and unreleased music. The albums' original art has been retouched, and both albums come in deluxe
Stoughton tip-in jackets. Black Foliage has been remastered from the original tapes.

Both reissues are limited to 1000 copies. 200 green vinyl mail-order copies are available, and a mail-order bundle is available that also includes an exclusive
Olivia Tremor Control T-shirt.

Below, we've got the reissue tracklists, including lists of the bonus material. We've also got the Olivia Tremor Control's tour dates; they'll cross North
America starting later this month. And we've got a stream of the Dusk at Cubist Castle track "Jumping Fences".

Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on August 04, 2011, 05:57:55 pm
On November 15,  Chunklet Industries  will release expanded vinyl reissues of two out-of-print double LPs from Elephant 6 psych-poppers
the Olivia Tremor Control:
1996's Music From the Unrealized Film Script: Dusk at Cubist Castle and 1999's Black Foliage: Animation Music Vol 1. Both reissues will include tons of
bonus material on download cards containing hours of rare and unreleased music. The albums' original art has been retouched, and both albums come in deluxe
Stoughton tip-in jackets. Black Foliage has been remastered from the original tapes.

Both reissues are limited to 1000 copies. 200 green vinyl mail-order copies are available, and a mail-order bundle is available that also includes an exclusive
Olivia Tremor Control T-shirt.

Below, we've got the reissue tracklists, including lists of the bonus material. We've also got the Olivia Tremor Control's tour dates; they'll cross North
America starting later this month. And we've got a stream of the Dusk at Cubist Castle track "Jumping Fences".



oh man...I have Dusk on vinyl...i wonder how much I paid for it..
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: hemisphire on August 04, 2011, 06:15:47 pm
Achtung Baby: http://musictap.net/2011/08/04/u2-to-reissue-achtung-baby-in-uber-fashion/ (http://musictap.net/2011/08/04/u2-to-reissue-achtung-baby-in-uber-fashion/)
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on November 25, 2011, 02:00:59 am
(http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6098/6389984027_a2ebc0ea4b.jpg)
 
Talking Heads Chronology is a DVD featuring live performances spanning from 1976-1983.
It was just released in a limited edition, deluxe package containing rare photos and a previously unpublished essay by Lester Bangs and can be purchased on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Talking-Heads-Chronology-Deluxe/dp/B005JJSG94/davidbyrnecom-20
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: HoyaSaxa03 on November 29, 2011, 06:36:42 pm
(http://c438342.r42.cf2.rackcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/somegirlsdeluxe-260x260.jpg)

This reissue is really worth a listen, the second disc is basically a Some Girls Vol. 2, no half-baked noodling or rough drafts
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on January 06, 2012, 12:27:13 pm
Simple Minds ?x5? box set featuring band?s first five albums (http://www.slicingupeyeballs.com/2012/01/06/simple-minds-x5-box-set-tracklist/)

Due out Feb. 13 in the U.K., the six-disc Simple Minds x5 will collect Life In A Day, Real To Real Cacophony, Empires and Dance, Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Calling and New Gold Dream (81, 82, 83, 84), with Sons and Fascination and Sister Feelings Calling packaged as separate discs.

As The Second Disc notes, the new editions feature the same remastering of the albums released in 2002, but each disc is appended with between two and six newly remastered bonus cuts, which include B-sides, remixes and live tracks. All, however, have previously been released.


And it's dirt cheap. Currently £12.99 at amazon.co.uk.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: kosmo vinyl on July 29, 2012, 06:39:21 pm
Re-issue madness is in full effect and threatening to do damage to my wallet...

Blur Boxset
English Beat Boxset
The Jam - The Gift Boxset
INXS Kick - deluxe version
James Boxset
etc
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: bearman🐻 on July 30, 2012, 12:25:14 pm
I'm surprised at how many deluxe reissues show up on Amazon's MP3 Store. Sonic Youth Daydream Nation is only $3.99. Stuff like that is worth getting in my book.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: K8teebug on August 01, 2012, 08:31:40 am
Re-issue madness is in full effect and threatening to do damage to my wallet...

Blur Boxset
English Beat Boxset
The Jam - The Gift Boxset
INXS Kick - deluxe version
James Boxset
etc

INXS Kick was one of my first cassettes :)
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: i am gay and i like cats on August 01, 2012, 04:45:35 pm
man . . . i really worshipped inxs back in the day, when the youth were supposed to be cool all the time.
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on October 16, 2012, 08:18:06 pm
Toy Love
Toy Love

2012

RGLP002

PRE-ORDERS AVAILABLE NOW. SHIPS ON NOVEMBER 5

To celebrate Toy Love recieving the 2012 Legacy Award at the New Zealand Music Awards and induction in to the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame, we have teamed
up with  Real Groovy Records  for the release of the Toy Love double LP.

The 28-track compilation collects all the A & B sides of the three Toy Love singles, plus the best demos from 1979, a live track and even a radio jingle.
All mastered for vinyl, straight from the original analogue tapes, no nasty CDs nor digital sources were used at all.

All housed in a gatefold sleeve featuring original art work and a 24 page booklet to accompany the release.  
https://www.flyingnun.co.nz/shop/133

Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on November 26, 2012, 11:55:07 am
massive attack's "blue lines" has been remixed and remastered: https://shop.emimusic.com/massiveattack/
Title: Re: Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package! -- The Reissue Thread
Post by: Yada on November 26, 2012, 01:02:07 pm
man . . . i really worshipped inxs back in the day, when the youth were supposed to be cool all the time.

I love that Beck record club cover of Kick. Good shit.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on December 09, 2012, 03:15:18 pm
tour too?


http://pitchfork.com/news/48862-the-breeders-to-play-last-splash-at-deerhunter-curated-atp-20th-anniversary-reissue-out-next-year/
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 10, 2012, 12:29:36 pm
The Residents release $100,000 Ultimate Box Set (http://www.thewire.co.uk/news/21538/the-residents-release_100_000-ultimate-box-set)

Upping the ante on the deluxe reissue market, surrealist pranksters The Residents have announced the box set to end all box sets. The $100,000 Ultimate Box Set is housed in a 28 cubic foot fridge, and contains a first release of every Residents album, single, DVDs and videos, which adds up to over 100 titles in total, and a genuine eyeball mask (with top hat).
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Darth Ed on December 10, 2012, 03:03:54 pm
Does anyone have a suggestion for where to purchase the My Bloody Valentine reissues (the ones that supposedly came out a few months ago) at a good price? Amazon has them listed as imports, and the prices are very high for some reason ($74.99 for Loveless???).
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: i am gay and i like cats on December 10, 2012, 03:28:04 pm
isn't everything stolen off the internet nowadays?
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 10, 2012, 04:36:07 pm
Does anyone have a suggestion for where to purchase the My Bloody Valentine reissues (the ones that supposedly came out a few months ago) at a good price? Amazon has them listed as imports, and the prices are very high for some reason ($74.99 for Loveless???).

Grooves Inc. (http://www.grooves-inc.com/) has been very good to me. Current MBV offerings (http://www.grooves-inc.com/advanced_search_result.php/categories_id/2/filtercat_id/2/keywords/my+bloody+valentine?filtera_id=5635576). Ships from Basel and surprisingly fast for overseas.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 10, 2012, 04:40:13 pm
And if you want to stay stateside there's ImportCDs.com (http://www.importcds.com/), with whom I've also had good luck. Current MBV offerings. (http://www.importcds.com/Search/Guided/my+bloody+valentine?ed=4293669110|4290298462)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Darth Ed on December 10, 2012, 05:09:50 pm
Thanks! Why haven't these been released in the US?!?
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: i am gay and i like cats on December 10, 2012, 05:13:24 pm
i just listened to the entire reissued smashing pumpkins mellon collie.... great album!!!  i realize now why they "used" to be so fucking great!
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 26, 2012, 01:10:41 pm
Big Star - Keep An Eye on the Sky 4-CD Box Set
$20.99 w/ free shipping for next 24 hours (http://www.popmarket.com/details/27911738?feature_id=27910336)

Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: atomicfront on December 26, 2012, 02:25:16 pm
Big Star - Keep An Eye on the Sky 4-CD Box Set
$20.99 w/ free shipping for next 24 hours (http://www.popmarket.com/details/27911738?feature_id=27910336)



do people still buy cd's?
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on December 26, 2012, 02:35:06 pm
Big Star - Keep An Eye on the Sky 4-CD Box Set
$20.99 w/ free shipping for next 24 hours (http://www.popmarket.com/details/27911738?feature_id=27910336)



do people still buy cd's?

I do..almost exclusively USED cds that is.... up to 2000... probably picked up 1500 of those just this year...

people are sheep..they are told cds suck and throw them away... just like they did with records in the 1980s and 90s...

you know what really sucks and will never have any value?

MP3s


note with the big star box you're not just getting "CDs".. its a nice package and for $21 a steal if you're a fan.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 26, 2012, 03:27:46 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on December 26, 2012, 03:31:55 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 26, 2012, 03:46:59 pm
And then there are the vinyls that come with a download card but only in MP3. Oh, they care about sound quality so much that they put it on vinyl, oooohhh. Here's yr shitty MP3, kiddies.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: atomicfront on December 26, 2012, 03:48:12 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value

actually most new vinyl is superior to the old stuff.  I buy a lot of old records and most of the stuff from the 70's and 80's is pretty thin and flexible.  Most new stuff is pretty thick stuff.

as for CD's, I never liked them.  sound quality was always crap.  same with mp3's.  and I have a pretty decent set-up to play vinyl.  But mp3's are at least convienent.  cd's are the worst.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on December 26, 2012, 03:58:52 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value

actually most new vinyl is superior to the old stuff.  I buy a lot of old records and most of the stuff from the 70's and 80's is pretty thin and flexible.  Most new stuff is pretty thick stuff.





nothing that wrong with thin vinyl .. i do not believe a record sounds better because the vinyl is heavy

what i find with too much new vinyl are warps...i remember an order i placed with matador where out of 4 or 5 records 2 were warped... yes you can send it back and get another but its a pain.

also of course they are not going to sound as good as old vinyl because they are simply , 99% of the time, taking the digital files and pressing it onto vinyl... I still like it sometimes.. and sometimes it sounds better than CD counterparts which are brickwalled

but something recorded analog and pressed on vinyl as happened in the 70s i'll take that over the new process

moreover, much thin vinyl still sounded killer in the 70s.. the original Bowie RCA super thin or Iggy Pop super thin issues on the much despised dyanflex sound fine... it can warp easily..that is true.. but dynaflex was not the norm.

of course people who buy new issue on vinyl have to convince themselves there is a reason they are paying such a big premium.. i get that... but even as a vinyl lover I just don't think much of new vinyl in general.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: atomicfront on December 26, 2012, 04:05:19 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value

actually most new vinyl is superior to the old stuff.  I buy a lot of old records and most of the stuff from the 70's and 80's is pretty thin and flexible.  Most new stuff is pretty thick stuff.





nothing that wrong with thin vinyl .. i do not believe a record sounds better because the vinyl is heavy

what i find with too much new vinyl are warps...i remember an order i placed with matador where out of 4 or 5 records 2 were warped... yes you can send it back and get another but its a pain.

also of course they are not going to sound as good as old vinyl because they are simply , 99% of the time, taking the digital files and pressing it onto vinyl... I still like it sometimes.. and sometimes it sounds better than CD counterparts which are brickwalled

but something recorded analog and pressed on vinyl as happened in the 70s i'll take that over the new process

moreover, much thin vinyl still sounded killer in the 70s.. the original Bowie RCA super thin or Iggy Pop super thin issues on the much despised dyanflex sound fine... it can warp easily..that is true.. but dynaflex was not the norm.

of course people who buy new issue on vinyl have to convince themselves there is a reason they are paying such a big premium.. i get that... but even as a vinyl lover I just don't think much of new vinyl in general.

how am i paying a premium. most new albums are 14.99.  At least I have something of substance. If you buy the mp3s you have nothing and pay 9.99.  Anyway I am not going to argue.

the reason that cd's will no longer exist is that cd is shitty quality. it is sampled.  So if you want that there is no reason to get a cd.  Eventually we will have digital files that are better than cd quality.  So CD's are headed for the junk pile. 
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on December 26, 2012, 04:13:15 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value

actually most new vinyl is superior to the old stuff.  I buy a lot of old records and most of the stuff from the 70's and 80's is pretty thin and flexible.  Most new stuff is pretty thick stuff.





nothing that wrong with thin vinyl .. i do not believe a record sounds better because the vinyl is heavy

what i find with too much new vinyl are warps...i remember an order i placed with matador where out of 4 or 5 records 2 were warped... yes you can send it back and get another but its a pain.

also of course they are not going to sound as good as old vinyl because they are simply , 99% of the time, taking the digital files and pressing it onto vinyl... I still like it sometimes.. and sometimes it sounds better than CD counterparts which are brickwalled

but something recorded analog and pressed on vinyl as happened in the 70s i'll take that over the new process

moreover, much thin vinyl still sounded killer in the 70s.. the original Bowie RCA super thin or Iggy Pop super thin issues on the much despised dyanflex sound fine... it can warp easily..that is true.. but dynaflex was not the norm.

of course people who buy new issue on vinyl have to convince themselves there is a reason they are paying such a big premium.. i get that... but even as a vinyl lover I just don't think much of new vinyl in general.

how am i paying a premium. most new albums are 14.99.  At least I have something of substance. If you buy the mp3s you have nothing and pay 9.99.  Anyway I am not going to argue.

the reason that cd's will no longer exist is that cd is shitty quality. it is sampled.  So if you want that there is no reason to get a cd.  Eventually we will have digital files that are better than cd quality.  So CD's are headed for the junk pile. 

most new vinyl is more like $20 to $30 actually...  go to amazon and see the top 100 sellers...

problem with digital files is they don't provide anything other than the freakin' files. where is the album art? the liner notes? the stuff you can peruse giving you some context about what you're actually listening to?

of course i Love vinyl more than cds.. i have 10K records and only recently bought CDs because the sheeple are giving them away..but to say they have no value? a five cd box set of the Carter Family complete recordings has no value? well it has value to me!  certainly worth the 25 cents I paid..sorry if CDs are not hip! I don't give a flying finn about being hip.

When you find youself marching to the beat of someone else's drumming you should always think about it for a sec... remember all those that dumped the LPs because they "had no value".. sound familiar?

I guess I'm old fashioned.. I like to pick up the CD, look at the cover, peruse the notes, find out who did everything....of course I often prefer the LP version if it is available but  a "digital file" with that info is not the same for me.. same with books.. I get it that people think BOOKS have no value.. buy a kindle! throw your books away.. well, books have  value to me.. I enjoy reading them, opening them, heck yeah even smelling them..collecting them.. the works I'm in the middle of an Alexander Hamilton bio that is rocking my socks... I simply would not enjoy it as much in a kindle format
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: excontradiction on December 26, 2012, 04:35:21 pm
Wave of the future?  Make your own vinyl. (http://www.laughingsquid.com/a-3d-printed-record-that-uses-converted-digital-music-files)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 26, 2012, 05:02:31 pm
Wave of the future?  Make your own vinyl. (http://www.laughingsquid.com/a-3d-printed-record-that-uses-converted-digital-music-files)

Thank you for this. I've sent the link to ARSC. Can't wait to read their reaction.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: atomicfront on December 26, 2012, 05:48:35 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value

actually most new vinyl is superior to the old stuff.  I buy a lot of old records and most of the stuff from the 70's and 80's is pretty thin and flexible.  Most new stuff is pretty thick stuff.





nothing that wrong with thin vinyl .. i do not believe a record sounds better because the vinyl is heavy

what i find with too much new vinyl are warps...i remember an order i placed with matador where out of 4 or 5 records 2 were warped... yes you can send it back and get another but its a pain.

also of course they are not going to sound as good as old vinyl because they are simply , 99% of the time, taking the digital files and pressing it onto vinyl... I still like it sometimes.. and sometimes it sounds better than CD counterparts which are brickwalled

but something recorded analog and pressed on vinyl as happened in the 70s i'll take that over the new process

moreover, much thin vinyl still sounded killer in the 70s.. the original Bowie RCA super thin or Iggy Pop super thin issues on the much despised dyanflex sound fine... it can warp easily..that is true.. but dynaflex was not the norm.

of course people who buy new issue on vinyl have to convince themselves there is a reason they are paying such a big premium.. i get that... but even as a vinyl lover I just don't think much of new vinyl in general.

how am i paying a premium. most new albums are 14.99.  At least I have something of substance. If you buy the mp3s you have nothing and pay 9.99.  Anyway I am not going to argue.

the reason that cd's will no longer exist is that cd is shitty quality. it is sampled.  So if you want that there is no reason to get a cd.  Eventually we will have digital files that are better than cd quality.  So CD's are headed for the junk pile. 

most new vinyl is more like $20 to $30 actually...  go to amazon and see the top 100 sellers...

problem with digital files is they don't provide anything other than the freakin' files. where is the album art? the liner notes? the stuff you can peruse giving you some context about what you're actually listening to?

of course i Love vinyl more than cds.. i have 10K records and only recently bought CDs because the sheeple are giving them away..but to say they have no value? a five cd box set of the Carter Family complete recordings has no value? well it has value to me!  certainly worth the 25 cents I paid..sorry if CDs are not hip! I don't give a flying finn about being hip.

When you find youself marching to the beat of someone else's drumming you should always think about it for a sec... remember all those that dumped the LPs because they "had no value".. sound familiar?

I guess I'm old fashioned.. I like to pick up the CD, look at the cover, peruse the notes, find out who did everything....of course I often prefer the LP version if it is available but  a "digital file" with that info is not the same for me.. same with books.. I get it that people think BOOKS have no value.. buy a kindle! throw your books away.. well, books have  value to me.. I enjoy reading them, opening them, heck yeah even smelling them..collecting them.. the works I'm in the middle of an Alexander Hamilton bio that is rocking my socks... I simply would not enjoy it as much in a kindle format

well i don't buy my vinyl at amazon.  I buy at the local record store where music that I like tends to be 14.95.  and i buy a lot of used stuff a lot of which i picked up for a couple of bucks.  For used stuff i inspect the record before buying.  You can get stuff that looks like new. 

CD art is pretty small and poor quality.  if you want the artwork it is a simple decision get the album.  I never really liked cd's.  I was disappointed when they first came out because the quality was worse than vinyl and cd's aren't very durable either.  I am about the last person worried about what is trendy.

I actually appreciate that it has become trendy becuase I can get everything on vinyl that I want to listen to these days.  A few years back it was pretty hard to get a lot of stuff on vinyl. 

Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on December 26, 2012, 06:26:06 pm
How many neovinylists pay $30 for a record and then play it on a POS Crosley portable?

for a warped record at that...

I love records.. have about 10,000.... but new vinyl is overpriced and tends to be crap quality..

the bargains these days are in used CDs...even new cds... the new dylan album i found new for $6.99... the LP was going for about $30... even for a vinyl lover that was a no brainer

its interesting how soon new issues won't be on CD.. the new Black Crowes live album is coming out on vinyl and digital (MP3 format?)..no cd... this trend will accelerate as the sheeple continue dumping their cds and believing they have no value

actually most new vinyl is superior to the old stuff.  I buy a lot of old records and most of the stuff from the 70's and 80's is pretty thin and flexible.  Most new stuff is pretty thick stuff.





nothing that wrong with thin vinyl .. i do not believe a record sounds better because the vinyl is heavy

what i find with too much new vinyl are warps...i remember an order i placed with matador where out of 4 or 5 records 2 were warped... yes you can send it back and get another but its a pain.

also of course they are not going to sound as good as old vinyl because they are simply , 99% of the time, taking the digital files and pressing it onto vinyl... I still like it sometimes.. and sometimes it sounds better than CD counterparts which are brickwalled

but something recorded analog and pressed on vinyl as happened in the 70s i'll take that over the new process

moreover, much thin vinyl still sounded killer in the 70s.. the original Bowie RCA super thin or Iggy Pop super thin issues on the much despised dyanflex sound fine... it can warp easily..that is true.. but dynaflex was not the norm.

of course people who buy new issue on vinyl have to convince themselves there is a reason they are paying such a big premium.. i get that... but even as a vinyl lover I just don't think much of new vinyl in general.

how am i paying a premium. most new albums are 14.99.  At least I have something of substance. If you buy the mp3s you have nothing and pay 9.99.  Anyway I am not going to argue.

the reason that cd's will no longer exist is that cd is shitty quality. it is sampled.  So if you want that there is no reason to get a cd.  Eventually we will have digital files that are better than cd quality.  So CD's are headed for the junk pile. 

most new vinyl is more like $20 to $30 actually...  go to amazon and see the top 100 sellers...

problem with digital files is they don't provide anything other than the freakin' files. where is the album art? the liner notes? the stuff you can peruse giving you some context about what you're actually listening to?

of course i Love vinyl more than cds.. i have 10K records and only recently bought CDs because the sheeple are giving them away..but to say they have no value? a five cd box set of the Carter Family complete recordings has no value? well it has value to me!  certainly worth the 25 cents I paid..sorry if CDs are not hip! I don't give a flying finn about being hip.

When you find youself marching to the beat of someone else's drumming you should always think about it for a sec... remember all those that dumped the LPs because they "had no value".. sound familiar?

I guess I'm old fashioned.. I like to pick up the CD, look at the cover, peruse the notes, find out who did everything....of course I often prefer the LP version if it is available but  a "digital file" with that info is not the same for me.. same with books.. I get it that people think BOOKS have no value.. buy a kindle! throw your books away.. well, books have  value to me.. I enjoy reading them, opening them, heck yeah even smelling them..collecting them.. the works I'm in the middle of an Alexander Hamilton bio that is rocking my socks... I simply would not enjoy it as much in a kindle format

well i don't buy my vinyl at amazon.  I buy at the local record store where music that I like tends to be 14.95.  and i buy a lot of used stuff a lot of which i picked up for a couple of bucks.  For used stuff i inspect the record before buying.  You can get stuff that looks like new. 

CD art is pretty small and poor quality.  if you want the artwork it is a simple decision get the album.  I never really liked cd's.  I was disappointed when they first came out because the quality was worse than vinyl and cd's aren't very durable either.  I am about the last person worried about what is trendy.

I actually appreciate that it has become trendy becuase I can get everything on vinyl that I want to listen to these days.  A few years back it was pretty hard to get a lot of stuff on vinyl. 




stores cost more than amazon... of course support the stores.. i've kept a few afloat.

if you're talking about stores $20 is rock bottom. unless its an ep

actually a lot of lps are now 30. 40  or even 50 dollars... the new beck sea change issue is $65.. the new nirvana insecticide is $54 i think

agree CDs aren't as nice as LPs but they're a whole lot better than nothing in my book which is what MP3s are

by all means let me know what LPs you're finding new .. .new issues ..for $15 at stores..

Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 26, 2012, 07:01:45 pm
Bumped from the previous page:

Big Star - Keep An Eye on the Sky 4-CD Box Set
$20.99 w/ free shipping for next 24 hours (http://www.popmarket.com/details/27911738?feature_id=27910336)


Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on December 26, 2012, 10:47:27 pm
Not sure where else to put this. A re-recording is kind of like a re-issue right?

http://consequenceofsound.net/2012/12/pulp-shares-new-demo-version-of-after-you/


Anyway, the lyrics made me cringe.


Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on January 04, 2013, 01:21:39 pm
http://pitchfork.com/news/49042-captured-tracks-and-flying-nun-partner-for-expansive-reissue-series/
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: i am gay and i like cats on January 05, 2013, 12:09:42 pm
you posted something from pitchfork?  omg.  this is a new year.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on January 05, 2013, 01:54:23 pm
I don't have any problems with Pitchfork.

Well other than that my thinking their top albums list is BS.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on November 27, 2013, 11:01:53 am
(http://f0.bcbits.com/img/a1298421327_2.jpg)

Slickee Boys back catalog on Bandcamp! (http://theslickeeboys.bandcamp.com/album/slickee-boys-ep)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on November 27, 2013, 11:12:59 am
(http://f0.bcbits.com/img/a1298421327_2.jpg)

Slickee Boys back catalog on Bandcamp! (http://theslickeeboys.bandcamp.com/album/slickee-boys-ep)

just picked this up on sunday!
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on November 28, 2013, 02:43:05 am
I don't have any problems with Pitchfork.

Well other than that my thinking their top albums list is BS.


pretty sure you've had problems with their album reviews & reviewers, too (with the possible exception of that memorable Jet album review ;D)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Bombay Chutney on November 28, 2013, 10:36:43 am
(http://f0.bcbits.com/img/a1298421327_2.jpg)

Slickee Boys back catalog on Bandcamp! (http://theslickeeboys.bandcamp.com/album/slickee-boys-ep)

I may need to grab a few of these.  Some of my singles aren't in the best of shape.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on October 07, 2014, 01:16:21 pm
Slant 6 - Soda Pop * Ripoff reissue stream/interview (http://www.rookiemag.com/2014/10/slant-6-soda-pop-rip-off/)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Special masterHã〒çh n ☣ ☢ ☠ on November 20, 2014, 01:30:01 pm
The Velvet Underground 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition (The Gray Album)
11/24

Pitchfork review (http://pitchfork.com/news/56929-velvet-underground-third-album-45th-anniversary-box-set-contains-unreleased-1969-vu-fourth-album/)

and a rare interview with Doug Yule (http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-velvet-underground-reissue-doug-yule-lou-reed-photos-live-footage)

Doug sings on of my fav VU songs (not on this) :"who loves the sun"

"She's My Best Friend" has always been one of my favorite VU tracks


Disc 1: The Val Valentin Mix

01 Candy Says
02 What Goes On
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Pale Blue Eyes
05 Jesus
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 I'm Set Free
08 That's the Story of My Life
09 The Murder Mystery
10 After Hours

Disc 2: The Closet Mix

01 Candy Says
02 What Goes On
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Pale Blue Eyes
05 Jesus
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 I'm Set Free
08 That's the Story of My Life
09 The Murder Mystery
10 After Hours
11 Beginning to See the Light (alternate "Closet Mix")

Disc 3: Promotional Mono Mix

01 Candy Says
02 What Goes On
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Pale Blue Eyes
05 Jesus
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 I'm Set Free
08 That's the Story of My Life
09 The Murder Mystery
10 After Hours
11 What Goes On (mono single version)
12 Jesus (mono single version)

Disc 4: 1969 sessions for unreleased fourth album

01 Foggy Notion (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
02 One of These Days (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
03 Lisa Says (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
04 I'm Sticking With You (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
05 Andy's Chest (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
06 Coney's Island Steeplechase (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
07 Ocean (original 1969 mix)
08 I Can't Stand It (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
09 She's My Best Friend (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
10 We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
11 I'm Gonna Move Right In (original 1969 mix)
12 Ferryboat Bill (original 1969 mix)
13 Rock & Roll (original 1969 mix)
14 Ride Into the Sun (new 2014 mix, unreleased)

Disc 5: Live at The Matrix

01 I'm Waiting for the Man (unreleased)
02 What Goes On (unreleased)
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Over You (unreleased)
05 We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together (unreleased)
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 Lisa Says
08 Rock & Roll
09 Pale Blue Eyes (unreleased)
10 I Can't Stand It Anymore (unreleased)
11 Venus in Furs (unreleased)
12 There She Goes Again (unreleased)

Disc 6: Live at The Matrix

01 Sister Ray
02 Heroin (unreleased)
03 White Light/White Heat
04 I'm Set Free (unreleased)
05 After Hours (unreleased)
06 Sweet Jane

1000!
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: i am gay and i like cats on November 20, 2014, 01:44:35 pm
hutch . . .
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Yada on November 20, 2014, 01:53:15 pm
The Velvet Underground 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition (The Gray Album)
11/24

Pitchfork review (http://pitchfork.com/news/56929-velvet-underground-third-album-45th-anniversary-box-set-contains-unreleased-1969-vu-fourth-album/)

and a rare interview with Doug Yule (http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-velvet-underground-reissue-doug-yule-lou-reed-photos-live-footage)

Doug sings on of my fav VU songs (not on this) :"who loves the sun"

"She's My Best Friend" has always been one of my favorite VU tracks


Disc 1: The Val Valentin Mix

01 Candy Says
02 What Goes On
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Pale Blue Eyes
05 Jesus
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 I'm Set Free
08 That's the Story of My Life
09 The Murder Mystery
10 After Hours

Disc 2: The Closet Mix

01 Candy Says
02 What Goes On
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Pale Blue Eyes
05 Jesus
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 I'm Set Free
08 That's the Story of My Life
09 The Murder Mystery
10 After Hours
11 Beginning to See the Light (alternate "Closet Mix")

Disc 3: Promotional Mono Mix

01 Candy Says
02 What Goes On
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Pale Blue Eyes
05 Jesus
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 I'm Set Free
08 That's the Story of My Life
09 The Murder Mystery
10 After Hours
11 What Goes On (mono single version)
12 Jesus (mono single version)

Disc 4: 1969 sessions for unreleased fourth album

01 Foggy Notion (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
02 One of These Days (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
03 Lisa Says (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
04 I'm Sticking With You (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
05 Andy's Chest (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
06 Coney's Island Steeplechase (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
07 Ocean (original 1969 mix)
08 I Can't Stand It (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
09 She's My Best Friend (original 1969 mix, unreleased)
10 We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together (new 2014 mix, unreleased)
11 I'm Gonna Move Right In (original 1969 mix)
12 Ferryboat Bill (original 1969 mix)
13 Rock & Roll (original 1969 mix)
14 Ride Into the Sun (new 2014 mix, unreleased)

Disc 5: Live at The Matrix

01 I'm Waiting for the Man (unreleased)
02 What Goes On (unreleased)
03 Some Kinda Love
04 Over You (unreleased)
05 We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together (unreleased)
06 Beginning to See the Light
07 Lisa Says
08 Rock & Roll
09 Pale Blue Eyes (unreleased)
10 I Can't Stand It Anymore (unreleased)
11 Venus in Furs (unreleased)
12 There She Goes Again (unreleased)

Disc 6: Live at The Matrix

01 Sister Ray
02 Heroin (unreleased)
03 White Light/White Heat
04 I'm Set Free (unreleased)
05 After Hours (unreleased)
06 Sweet Jane

1000!

what a great band and a great 1,000th post. Congrats on your great success Sidehatch.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Venerable Bede on November 21, 2014, 01:47:30 am
Scat is reissuing "Bee Thousand" on vinyl.

Also, there is a 5 LP box set/reissue of just about everything by Bedhead, which is awesome.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on November 21, 2014, 10:56:37 am
Scat is reissuing "Bee Thousand" on vinyl.

Also, there is a 5 LP box set/reissue of just about everything by Bedhead, which is awesome.

this is true.. i wrote the owner a few months ago and he confirmed it..
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: ggw on February 24, 2015, 11:45:49 am
Pogues:  Red Roses, Peace & Love, Hell's Ditch

http://www.elusivedisc.com/Rhino-Records-180g/products/2126/

Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: bearman🐻 on February 24, 2015, 12:22:35 pm
What's up with 4AD's pic of the Red House Painters box??

https://www.facebook.com/fourad/photos/a.345262609939.151843.49575689939/10153143098669940/?type=1&theater
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: bearman🐻 on May 18, 2015, 03:14:06 pm
http://loydcole.myshopify.com/products/collected-recordings-1983-1989

Here's a phenomenal description of what makes this reissue so significant.  I think this a pretty definitive release for any fan of Lloyd Cole and the Commotions.

http://www.lloydcole.com/lloyd-cole-and-the-commotions-collected-recordings-1983-1989-2/
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on July 01, 2015, 07:48:36 pm
The Target exclusive deluxe CD reissue of Sticky Fingers comes with a code to order a free vinyl copy of the album. Mine was delivered a few days ago; it's the most recent vinyl issue from Europe. Bahgan!
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: dyecraig on July 01, 2015, 09:40:08 pm
The Target exclusive deluxe CD reissue of Sticky Fingers comes with a code to order a free vinyl copy of the album. Mine was delivered a few days ago; it's the most recent vinyl issue from Europe. Bahgan!
got mine too - slightly disappointed in the lack of a real working zipper, but to get something for absolutely nothing from the stones is rare.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: walk,on,by on July 01, 2015, 09:48:20 pm
did you get the popcorn from target, too?  they have the best popcorn, to buy, as you are walking around the, store.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: azaghal1981 on September 11, 2015, 10:17:18 am
Sun City Girls - Torch of the Mystics (http://www.thestranger.com/blogs/slog/2015/09/10/22831700/abduction-records-to-reissue-sun-city-girls-lusted-after-classic-lp-torch-of-the-mystics)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on October 02, 2015, 03:20:08 pm
FINALLY! I don't usually like to buy reissues but getting the original of this costs a ton these days...


I do think these guys are kind of old though...so I dunno

http://www.nonesuch.com/artists/buena-vista-social-club?eml=2015October2/2767599/6011771&etsubid=6004799
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on October 18, 2015, 08:56:02 pm
69 love songs is being reissued...

I balked at the high price a few years ago.. ain't making that mistake again...
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Justin Tonation on December 16, 2015, 12:13:46 pm
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deluxe, 1/29/16
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on September 28, 2016, 09:43:26 am
wow..this is something!

?Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings? to be Released in November
SEP 27, 2016
Columbia/Legacy Set to Release Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings, A Monumental Box Set featuring Every Known Recording from the Artist?s Mythic and Controversial 1966 Tour of the US, UK, Europe and Australia

Highly Collectible 36CD Box Set Includes Previously Unreleased Soundboards, CBS Records Mobile Recordings and Audience Tapes Capturing Electrifying Performances and Combative Crowd Responses

Many of the Recordings on this Collection Have Never Been Circulated in Any Form

Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings Available Friday, November 11, 2016

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Pre-order now:
Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings:  Bob Dylan Store
The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert:  Bob Dylan Store

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Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings?a highly-collectible 36CD box set containing every known recording from the artist?s groundbreaking 1966 concert tours of the US, UK, Europe and Australia?will be released on Friday, November 11 by Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment. The 1966 Live Recordings commemorates, in stunning sonic vérité, the 50th anniversary of the electrifying live performances that would forever change the sound and direction of rock and pop music around the world.

?While doing the archival research for The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12, last year?s box set of Dylan?s mid-60s studio sessions, we were continually struck by how great his 1966 live recordings really are,? said Adam Block, President, Legacy Recordings. ?The intensity of Bob?s live performances and his fantastic delivery of these songs in concert add another insightful component in understanding and appreciating the musical revolution Bob Dylan ignited some 50 years ago.?

Meticulously researched, curated and restored for this extraordinary collection, Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings is drawn from three main audio sources: soundboards, CBS Records mobile recordings and audience tapes. With the exception of the Manchester concert (May 17, 1966) released as Bob Dylan Live 1966 ? The Bootleg Series Vol. 4 (Columbia/Legacy) in 1998, a pair of songs appearing on the 1985 Biograph compilation and a smattering of others, the overwhelming majority of tracks and performances on Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings are previously unreleased in any format?official or bootlegged?and are being made available now for the very first time.

All the songs on The 1966 Live Recordings were written by Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar, piano, harmonica) with the sole exception of ?Baby, Let Me Follow You Down,? a traditional song arranged by Bob Dylan for concert performance. Dylan is accompanied on these recordings by Robbie Robertson (guitar), Rick Danko (bass, backing vocals), Richard Manuel (piano), Garth Hudson (organ) and Mickey Jones (drums). (Sandy Konikoff plays drums on the White Plains and Pittsburgh shows only.)

Liner notes for Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings have been provided by Clinton Heylin, a consultant on the project and author of JUDAS!: From Forest Hills to the Free Trade Hall: A Historical View of Dylan?s Big Boo, the definitive written account of Dylan?s historic and pivotal 1965-66 world tours.

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Each of the individual CDs in Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings is housed in a custom sleeve featuring stills from color film shot by D.A. Pennebaker, whose footage from Dylan?s 1965 and 1966 tours became the cinéma vérité classics Dont Look Back (1965) and Eat The Document (1966).

Columbia/Legacy will also release Bob Dylan?s performance at the Royal Albert Hall from May 26, 1966 (two days after the artist?s 25 birthday) as an album entitled The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert. For decades, Dylan?s performance in Manchester was incorrectly labeled ?The Royal Albert Hall Concert.? Now, for the first time, the REAL Royal Albert Hall concert?originally recorded for a live album by CBS Records?is finally being released, mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Chris Shaw. The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert will be released as a 2CD and 12″ 2LP collection on November 25.

The performances on Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings put a fiery exclamation point on Dylan?s great mid-sixties creative epoch that produced?in an 18-month span?Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde On Blonde, the trilogy of album masterpieces which secured Dylan?s reputation as a songwriter and performer of unprecedented depth, power and originality while significantly impacting the course of popular music and culture. These concert recordings from the same period document Dylan?s evolution as an on-stage phenomenon whose transformative vision saw no limits.

Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings is the ideal concert companion to The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12, released on Columbia/Legacy last November.

Pre-order now:
Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings:  Bob Dylan Store
The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert:  Bob Dylan Store

bobdylan.com
columbiarecords.com
legacyrecordings.com

Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings

Disc 1 ? Sydney, April 13, 1966 (Soundboard recorded by TCN 9 TV Australia)
Disc 2 ? Sydney, April 13, 1966 (Soundboard recorded by TCN 9 TV Australia)
Disc 3 ? Melbourne, April 20, 1966 (Soundboard / unknown broadcast)
Disc 4 ? Copenhagen, May 1, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 5 ? Dublin, May 5, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 6 ? Dublin, May 5, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 7 ? Belfast, May 6, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 8 ? Belfast, May 6, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 9 ? Bristol, May 10, 1966 (Soundboard / audience)
Disc 10 ? Bristol, May 10, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 11 ? Cardiff, May 11, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 12 ? Birmingham, May 12, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 13 ? Birmingham, May 12, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 14 ? Liverpool, May 14, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 15 ? Leicester, May 15, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 16 ? Leicester, May 15, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 17 ? Sheffield, May 16, 1966 (CBS Records recording)
Disc 18 ? Sheffield, May 16, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 19 ? Manchester, May 17, 1966 (CBS Records recording)
Disc 20 ? Manchester, May 17, 1966 (CBS Records recording except Soundcheck / Soundboard)
Disc 21 ? Glasgow, May 19, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 22 ? Edinburgh, May 20, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 23 ? Edinburgh, May 20, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 24 ? Newcastle, May 21, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 25 ? Newcastle, May 21, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 26 ? Paris, May 24, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 27 ? Paris, May 24, 1966 (Soundboard)
Disc 28 ? London, May 26, 1966 (CBS Records recording)
Disc 29 ? London, May 26, 1966 (CBS Records recording)
Disc 30 ? London, May 27, 1966 (CBS Records recording)
Disc 31 ? London, May 27, 1966 (CBS Records recordings)
Disc 32 ? White Plains, NY, February 5, 1966 (Audience tape)
Disc 33 ? Pittsburgh, PA, February 6, 1966 (Audience tape)
Disc 34 ? Hempstead, NY, February 26, 1966 (Audience tape)
Disc 35 ? Melbourne, April 19, 1966 (Audience tape)
Disc 36 ? Stockholm, April 29, 1966 (Audience tape)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on October 06, 2016, 06:48:31 pm
down to $128 on amazon for the 36 disc set preorder...
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on October 07, 2016, 10:29:39 am
down to $119.99 for the 36 disc set preorder...
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on October 07, 2016, 11:39:41 am
this looks cool.. jerry's first recordings from 1962 when he had a band with dave nelson and robert hunter..

http://jerrygarcia.shop.musictoday.com/Dept.aspx?cp=640_82736&src=MSGR193103&utm_source=mtemail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mtemail_193103
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on October 20, 2016, 09:40:32 am
$106.....
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on May 02, 2017, 10:26:15 am
(http://www.oknotok.co.uk/oknotok.png)
 
OK COMPUTER
OKNOTOK
1997 2017

Rescued from defunct formats, prised from dark cupboards and brought to light after two decades in cold storage? OK COMPUTER: the original twelve track album, three unreleased tracks and eight B-sides, all newly remastered from the original analogue tapes*.


boxed edition (with artwork and books), vinyl, CD and download: http://www.oknotok.co.uk/

starting june 23
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Julian, Semi-Retired WUNDERKIND on May 02, 2017, 10:29:35 am
So it's OKC + Airbag + 3 songs and I get to pay like $40 for it? HOORAY.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: sweetcell on May 02, 2017, 11:43:59 am
So it's OKC + Airbag + 3 songs and I get to pay like $40 for it? HOORAY.

you could investigate the 320k MP3/16-bit WAV/24-bit WAV options if money is a concern. 

but yes, if you own the album AND the all of singles, and you're happy with the mastering on the original, this might not be a must-have purchase for you  ::)
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: hutch on May 02, 2017, 01:35:33 pm
its actually a really good deal..>$30 plus shipping gets you the 3LP reissue

the 2 cd reissue is $13



I'm the first person to complain about reissues and the costs associated..but this seems really cheap.
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: Yada on October 12, 2017, 01:01:03 pm
https://www.stereogum.com/1966921/wilco-announce-a-m-being-there-reissues-with-unreleased-uncle-tupelo-song/news/
Title: Re: The Reissue Thread
Post by: ggw on November 10, 2017, 12:59:10 pm
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Experience the punishing sonic origins of a punk icon. Collected here for the first time, and skillfully remastered from original board tapes, demos, and session masters, this collection is an authoritative chronicling of the wellspring and maturation of Grant Hart, Greg Norton and Bob Mould—three St. Paul teenagers who'd go on to become the most heralded trio of the American punk underground. Follow the Hüskers to their earliest gigs in 1979, through extensive road dog touring, and to the start of their partnership with West Coast tastemaker SST in 1983 via a 108-page hardbound book crammed full of photos, flyers, and a sprawling essay with participation from the band. Spread across four LPs, 47 of the 69 songs compiled here are previously unissued, and includes In A Free Land, Everything Falls Apart , and an alternate Land Speed Record.