R.E.M.’s reissue campaign celebrating the 25th anniversaries of the its albums continues with the expanded reissue of Up, the band’s first post-Bill Berry album.
Category: Box Sets
The Replacements’ 1985 major-label debut Tim is getting a 4CD/1LP boxed-set reissue this fall that’s loaded with bonus material, including a “cello version” of “Can’t Hardly Wait.”
The Replacements’ 1985 album Tim will receive a 4CD/1LP reissue this fall that will feature a new mix of the record, a bevy of previously unreleased alternate takes and more.
Greg Dulli’s post-Afghan Whigs project The Twilight Singers — mothballed since the Whigs’ resurrection in 2011 — will release a 13-piece vinyl box set this October.
Depeche Mode continues its series of deluxe box sets collecting 12-inches for each album with a new collection centered around 2009’s Sounds of the Universe.
The output of Fun Boy Three — formed by Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and Neville Staple after they left The Specials — will be collected in a new 5CD/DVD box set.
Mercury Studios next month will release a 4CD box set compiling three of The Stranglers’ mid-period studio albums plus a 1997 live album.
Cherry Red Records this summer will release the latest in its series of box sets commemorating extremely specific U.K. musical subgenres with “Come Together.”
The Dream Syndicate’s 1982 debut album The Days of Wine and Roses will receive a 40th anniversary reissue this summer in the form of 4-disc, 54-track collection.
Cherry Red Records this summer will release an eight-disc box set that will collect The House of Love’s output from 1989 to 1993.
Cherry Red Records this summer will release a new nine-disc deluxe box set compiling the five albums Aztec Camera released on WEA between 1984 and 1995 as well as four discs of singles, B-sides, live material, remixes and vinyl-only rarities. Full details and tracklist right here.
Bob Mould will return to the road later this year for a 23-date tour that’ll find him performing the first run of shows with his eponymous trio with the remainder being solo-electric performances, all under the banner of “Distortion and Blue Hearts!” Full details, including tour dates, right here.
Matador Records’ delayed Gang of Four vinyl box set has received a new release date — March 12 — and now also will be released as a CD edition, the label announced Tuesday, teasing the release with the premiere of a previously unreleased demo. Hear a previously unreleased track right here.