Cherry Red Records today offered up a third previously unreleased demo off its upcoming 3CD expanded reissue of the self-titled 1988 debut from The House of Love — this time frontman Guy Chadwick’s original demo of “Shine On,” the band’s first single. Check it out here.
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Cherry Red Records continues to build up toward its upcoming 3CD expanded reissue of the self-titled 1988 debut from The House of Love, today offering up a second stream of a previously unreleased demo to be included in the upcoming release. The track was later recorded by frontman Guy Chadwick.
Cherry Red Records this morning offered fans of The House of Love their first taste of the label’s upcoming 3CD expanded reissue of the band’s self-titled 1988 debut, posting a stream of one of the previously unreleased demos that will appear in the set: “I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do.”
The House of Love’s self-titled debut album on Creation Records — the second of three eponymous releases from the U.K. indie band — is set to be reissued this fall in an expanded 3CD set, with the original 10-track album supplemented by 40 bonus tracks, including non-album singles, B-sides and 19 previously unreleased demos.
The Fall will release their 29th studio album in 35 years — a 10-track collection called ‘Ersatz G.B.’ — in November, when they’ll also embark on an nine-date tour of their native U.K. to mark the record’s arrival.
The Godfathers today released their first new single since 1995 — a 4½-minute rocker called ‘Back Into the Future’ — and next week will release expanded reissues of 1988’s ‘Birth School Work Death’ and 1989’s ‘More Songs About Love and Hate.’
The American arm of Beggars Banquet is launching a new line of stripped-down, budget-priced vinyl reissues from artists such as The Fall and The Cult, in addition to releasing some older best-of sets from the likes of the Pixies and Love and Rockets on 12-inch for the first time.
This week’s new releases include ‘Live Voodoo,’ a concert DVD/Blu-ray from Jane’s Addiction; ‘Collection,’ a new 16-track compilation from The Stone Roses; a 2CD reissue of ‘Love: And a Million Other Things,’ the only solo album by Propaganda’s Claudia Brücken; and ‘Neon Mirage,’ a new CD from Wall of Voodoo’s Stan Ridgway.
Former Soft Cell singer Marc Almond this summer will release ‘Variete’ — his first new album of “self-written songs” in a decade and possibly his last — before embarking on the ’30 Year Celebration: My Hits and A Sides’ U.K. tour later this year, which are ‘likely to be his last British concerts for some time.’
Brit DJ/producer Tim Simenon’s alter ego Bomb the Bass returns in the coming weeks with both a brand-new album — Back to Light, only the act’s second full-length in the last 15 years — and an expanded reissue of its game-changing 1988 debut Into the Dragon.
The debut album from near-forgotten British indie-pop act Hurrah! — 1987’s Tell God I’m Here — will be reissued later this month with a second […]