This week’s new releases include a pair of Camper Van Beethoven reissues, new studio albums from Crowded House’s Neil Finn and Clan of Xymox, a Devo DVD, an expanded best-of from Frankie Goes to Hollywood, a pair of ZTT Records compilations and vinyl reissues from Orange Juice.
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This week’s new releases include CD reissues of Orange Juice’s full catalog, an archival live release from The Dream Syndicate, the first new studio album in seven years from Suzanne Vega, plus the U.S. release of the new album from Cocteau Twins’ Simon Raymonde.
Following last April’s vinyl-only Record Store Day releases, Domino next year will reissue all four original albums from Scottish indie-pop act Orange Juice — You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever (1982), Rip It Up (1982), Texas Fever (1984) and The Orange Juice (1984) — on CD, as digital downloads and, once again, on vinyl.
Domino Records next month will reissue the original four albums from Edwyn Collins’ acclaimed Scottish indie-pop act Orange Juice — ‘You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever’ (1982), ‘Rip It Up’ (1982), ‘Texas Fever’ (1984) and ‘The Orange Juice’ (1984) — on vinyl for Record Store Day, according to Wax Poetic.
Early-’80s indie-pop outfit Orange Juice this fall will release a comprehensive 6CD/1DVD box set called ‘Coals to Newcastle’ that will include all four of the Scottish band’s albums, a host of singles and B-sides, BBC sessions, live performances and a DVD featuring the rare concert film ‘Dada With Juice.’