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The Reissue Thread!

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by Eric Generic, Oct 19, 2009.

  1. Yeah I'd also like all the B-sides and maybe some demos and unreleased songs.
    I'm not really interested in remixes as we already have 2 mini box sets of those.
     
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  2. While he's at it, could he redo all the albums since 1993?
     
  3. If this 18-disc set turns out to be reissues of Depeche Mode's albums, it just proves Anfunny's point from awhile ago that it seems to be the trend of reissuing albums together instead of individual reissues.

    I don't mind it as long as there are more "wants" than "don't wants".
     
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  4. We need Anfunny back. I said it wouldn't be the same without him!
     
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  5. Right?! I still remember specific posts from him. And I need his review of the Mel & Kim box set. Because it's from Tom Parker, I assume he will love it.
     
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  6. He is mentioned in the 'Thanks', so I think he was involved somehow.
     
  7. So have Depeche Mode put a halt to the 12" singles box sets? I would have thought they'd at least make it Violator, as that seems to be the most in demand.
    I'm intrigued by the "Mode" box set but hoping the content will be interesting. I agree the demos included in the Sounds of the Universe box set were a very nice treat, although I didn't go back to them.
     
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  8. I think that might just be wishful thinking on most peoples part. The rumours I've heard seem to be for a career spanning vinyl LP box with a book.

    Obviously, a CD set with a few unreleased bits and pieces would be infinitely preferable, but my money's on vinyl for this one.


    Edit: Wrong! Looks like this is a CD box and will be released on the 22nd November.

    https://www.fnac.com/a13866583/Depeche-Mode-Mode-Box-Set-CD-album
     
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  9. Also, just chiming into say Ultra, Playing the Angel and Spirit are all great albums.
    Ben Hillier did a good job bringing them back loud and clear after the questionable Exciter, but, he completely out-stayed with welcome for, not one, but two albums.
    There are moments on both Sounds of the Universe and Delta Machine I truly enjoy (Wrong, Fragile Tension, Alone), I rarely go back to listening to these albums, listening to Spirit now and they truly stepped up their game with this album, Fail is such a dark moment, I love it.
    Ultra was the perfect album to follow post Alan leaving, the producer knew exactly what he was doing with the trio, the album sounded so current for 1997 electronica but also kept those signature Depeche Mode elements.
     
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  10. Agreed regarding ‘Ultra’, it is very good.

    I have a slight liking for ‘Exciter’ but doubt I’ve listened to anything since more than once through, if at all. A few good singles here and there.
     
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  11. Ultra (especially), Spirit (a lot) and Exciter get continued listens... PTA and SOTU less so. Delta Machine never.
    If the box set is just album reissues then I’m not so interested.
     
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    Track listing & details
    Track Listings

    Disc: 1
    1. Young Guns (Go For It!) - Wham!
    2. Goody Two Shoes - Adam Ant
    3. Tainted Love - Soft Cell
    4. Don't You Want Me - The Human League
    5. Temptation - Heaven 17
    6. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me - Culture Club
    7. Poison Arrow - ABC
    8. Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) - Haircut 100
    9. I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me - Nik Kershaw
    10. Mad World - Tears for Fears
    11. Fade to Grey - Visage
    12. Souvenir - Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
    13. Smooth Operator - Sade
    14. Surrender - Swing Out Sister
    15. Something About You - Level 42
    16. Misfit - Curiosity Killed The Cat
    17. Shattered Dreams - Johnny Hates Jazz
    18. Wishing I Was Lucky - Wet Wet Wet
    19. Love of the Common People - Paul Young
    20. True Colors - Cyndi Lauper
    Disc: 2
    1. Come on Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners
    2. (You Gotta ) Fight for Your Right (To Party) - Beastie Boys
    3. Rebel Yell - Billy Idol
    4. The Only Way Is Up - Yazz & The Plastic Population
    5. Theme from S-Express - S'Express
    6. Conga - Miami Sound Machine
    7. That's the Way (I Like It) - Dead Or Alive
    8. I Think We're Alone Now - Tiffany
    9. Together Forever - Rick Astley
    10. Everlasting Love - Sandra
    11. Fantasy Island - Tight Fit
    12. Making Your Mind Up - Bucks Fizz
    13. Hi-Fidelity - The Kids From "Fame"
    14. Touch Me (I Want Your Body) - Samantha Fox
    15. Heartache - Pepsi & Shirlie
    16. Stay Out of My Life - Five Star
    17. Hangin' on a String (Contemplating) - Loose Ends
    18. Magic Smile - Rosie Vela
    19. Luka - Suzanne Vega
    20. Keeping the Dream Alive - Freiheit
    Disc: 3
    1. It's a Miracle - Culture Club
    2. When Will I Be Famous? - Bros
    3. You Got It (The Right Stuff) - New Kids On The Block
    4. Blue Hat for a Blue Day - Nick Heyward
    5. Love Resurrection - Alison Moyet
    6. Food for Thought - UB40
    7. Shout to the Top! - The Style Council
    8. Happy Hour - The Housemartins
    9. Boxerbeat - Jo Boxers
    10. Don't Try to Stop It - Roman Holliday
    11. Rock This Town - Stray Cats
    12. We Got the Beat - The Go-Go's
    13. Walk Like an Egyptian - The Bangles
    14. Echo Beach - Martha & The Muffins
    15. Pretty in Pink - The Psychedelic Furs
    16. Chihuahua - Bow Wow Wow
    17. Dog Eat Dog - Adam & The Ants
    18. See Those Eyes - Altered Images
    19. Eighth Day - Hazel O'Connor
    20. I Want Your Love - Transvision Vamp
    Disc: 4
    1. Mirror Man - The Human League
    2. Kiss Me - Stephen Duffy
    3. Love & Pride - King
    4. Reward - The Teardrop Explodes
    5. Shiny Shiny - Haysi Fantayzee
    6. Calling Your Name - Marilyn
    7. Visage - Visage
    8. Wishing (If I Had a Photograph of You) - A Flock Of Seagulls
    9. What? - Soft Cell
    10. We Are Detective - Thompson Twins
    11. I'm Not Scared - Eighth Wonder
    12. The Race - Yello
    13. E=MC2 - Big Audio Dynamite
    14. Radio Africa - Latin Quarter
    15. Up on the Catwalk - Simple Minds
    16. The King of Rock 'N' Roll - Prefab Sprout
    17. Dignity - Deacon Blue
    18. (Feels Like) Heaven - Fiction Factory
    19. I'm In Love With a German Film Star - The Passions
    20. Christian - China Crisis
     
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  13. A few rarities, but mostly the same old same old. Would love UB40's Food For Thought to be the 45 version, which was around 15 seconds longer than the version used on all CDs that I know of thus far. But of course it won't be.....
     
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  14. Disc 1 makes me want to rip my ears off in frustration at the S.O.S. every bloody time. CD2 ends bizarrely, do people actually listen to this track order before it gets pressed up? I can see the possible fun they had with Vega following Vela, but then to go from Luka to Keeping The Dream Alive is pure WTF-ery.

    I do like the run mid-CD3 of JoBoxers, Stray Cats and Roman Holliday. There should have been more of that, instead of the S.O.S.
     
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  15. 100 % agree.

    Disc 3 isn't bad.

    Pity some more thought wasnt put into track selection
     
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  16. Do they sell these compilations at petrol/gas stations? Tainted Love. Do You Really Want To Hurt Me. Don't You Want Me. Poison Arrow. Come On Eileen. One can never own too many copies of those.
     
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  17. @ohnoitisnathan I am disappointed in you. You left out the most overlooked '80s song: You Spin Me Round (Like a Record). The song is barely featured on '80s compilations.

    So neglected! The Pop (In)Justice!
     
  18. Ah, but that's Stock Aitken Waterman, so it's acceptable. (But where, oh where, are Never Gonna Give You Up and Venus?!)
     
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  19. 80s

    80s

    Another new 80's cd Compilation coming soon.



    The one stand out track is Sheila E. The Belle Of St. Mark which is hopefully the single version which has never been on cd.
     
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  20. Can you tell me, is the single version used in this video below (which, I believe was used to promote the single)... or is it an actually live performance? If the latter, I am impressed! It just... sounds too good to be live to my ears.



    Whatever it is, I much prefer it to the (other?) studio version I've heard.

    edit - re-watching it now, I see that the sax is nowhere near a mic when it's played, so I guess it's studio. But... the ending really makes it seem like it's live.
     
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