Friday, September 25, 2009

21st Anniversary Edition of Erasure's "The Innocents"

I'm a longtime Erasure fan, so I'm really happy to hear about this reissue, especially the news about all the extras. It sounds fantastic!

From NME:

Erasure announce 21st anniversary edition of 'The Innocents' and remix EP

Erasure are set to release a 21st anniversary edition of their album 'The Innocents' on October 26, as well as a remix EP called the 'The Phantom Bride EP'.

Originally released in 1988, 'The Innocents' was the first Erasure album to make it to the number 1 and featured their most famous hit single 'A Little Respect'.

Released as a single CD, a deluxe box-set will also be released featuring a second CD of B-Sides, remixes and rarities and a DVD of live footage and music videos.

Also being released two weeks before on October 12 is the 'The Phantom Bride EP' which features remixes of tracks from 'The Innocents' by people like Frankmusik.

'The Phantom Bride EP' tracklistings is as follows:

'Phantom Bride' (2009 Re-master)
'Hallowed Ground' (Vincent Clarke’s Big-Mix)
'Chains Of Love' (Almighty 12” Essential Mix)
'Phantom Bride' (Ghostly Groom Dub by FrankMusik)
'A Little Respect' (Wayne G & Alan Allder Hurdy Gurdy Club Mix)
'Heart Of Stone' (Joebot’s ‘Ounce Of Bounce’ Remix)
'Phantom Bride' (Dogmatix’s 12” Tearless Mix)
'Chains Of Love' (Plastic Operator Remix)

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