Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by Eric Generic, Oct 19, 2009.
Good thing there’s also a 2-CD version as I’d probably never listen to the live discs.
I didn’t realise the M People Renaissance boxset was being released on 180g vinyl. I missed out on the CD box, so have picked that up. Looking forward to belting out Northern Soul, Elegant Slumming, and especially Bizarre Fruit on the hi-fi.
I'm not a live music listener as such either, but think I will for once make an acceptation here.
I must check how many of the above are on the digital EP from last year.
None of the Steamy Windows ones for sure were ever put out on digital.
Was just thinking the same thing. Went ahead a preordered that version.
UK box sets of the Foreign Affair re issue, now available to pre order here, with free UK shipping over £50 spent. Ordered mine!
No extra tracks though. Same CD tracklisting as the 1985 original of Cupid. Sigh.
The Rough Trade website mentions featured artist Mod Def. Not heard of him.
That Scritti Cupid reissue is bitterly disappointing.
As it’s Mos Def, I would concur... Poor proofreading on Rough Trade front.
It's absolutely pointless.
Looks like I'll have to make that deluxe of my own, with the 7" edits included.
I’ll buy yours then!
Sweet....I'll run the CD through my special Brickwalling software, photocopy the booklet and use the over-saturation plugin, then maybe dig out my old scratched 7" singles for the bonus material. Easy!
I have waited so long for a Cupid & Psyche remaster and I'm so, so disappointed that this is all they've come up with. I might buy it if the reviews indicate better sound quality because the original CD sounds thin. But under protest.
£28.99 for the Tina Box seems a good price :
Foreign Affair (2021 Remaster): Amazon.co.uk: Music
This was also announced. There will be different versions. This is the super deluxe limited edition from Amy's website.
Bonus tracks :
The Wallmart Edition has an extra 2 live tracks.
Really pleased about this, I've pre-ordered the 2CD set and vinyl.
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