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Vinyl Reissue

girls against boys house of gvsb reissue touch and go records

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of their fourth full-length, Girls Against Boys announced the vinyl reissue of House Of GVSB. The group are also hitting the road early next year for their first U.S. tour since 2013. House Of GVSB was originally recorded in 1995, following the release of Cruise Yourself. Featuring stellar metal progressions merged […]

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A demos compilation is paired with the vinyl reissue.
PJ Harvey Announces Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea Vinyl Reissue, Shares “This Mess We’re In” Demo: Stream
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The super deluxe edition features a staggering 28 outtakes

John Coltrane’s Giant Steps Receives 60th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition: Stream
Wren Graves

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This special edition includes remastered tracks, handwritten lyrics, and the previously unreleased audio from Live at Umbra Penumbra.

Elliott Smith’s Self-Titled Album Receives 25th Anniversary Reissue: Stream
Nina Corcoran

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Eleven raw and early recordings of what would eventually become her breakthrough debut record.

PJ Harvey Unearths Dry Demos Album: Stream
Lake Schatz

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Ottawa, Canada’s We Were Sharks have a special gift for supporters—and anybody who appreciates a great song. The self-proclaimed “True North Pop-Punk” band have created an acoustic version of their fan-favorite track “Bridge Burner.” It’s a bonus track found on the Deluxe Edition version of the vinyl pressing of 2015’s Not A Chance. The original […]

The post Hear We Were Sharks deliver a stripped-down take on “Bridge Burner” appeared first on Alternative Press.

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