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Dave Matthews Band to reissue 1993 debut Remember Two Things

on May 07, 2014, 11:37am

Dave Matthews Band will reissue their 1993 debut, Remember Two Things, as the first release under their new record label, Bama Rags.

Due out June 17th, the reissue will mark the first time the album is available on vinyl. The double-LP set will be cut from new lacquers, prepared by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Masterming. It will feature the original album packaged in an individually numbered gatefold jacket and include a new eight-page booklet with full lyrics and rare and previously unpublished photos of the band.

What’s more, a download card will offer fans two previously unreleased bonus tracks: early studio versions of “Pay For What You Get” and “Typical Situation”, which have been remastered by original album engineer David Glasser.

The reissue will also be available on CD and digitally. Pre-orders are now ongoing through the band’s website.

As customary, DMB will spend the summer touring the U.S. Click here to see their full schedule.

Remember Two Things Tracklist:

Vinyl:

SIDE A
Ants Marching
Tripping Billies
Recently

SIDE B
Satellite
One Sweet World
The Song That Jane Likes
Minarets

SIDE C
Seek Up
I’ll Back You Up

SIDE D
Christmas Song

CD/Digital LP:

01. Ants Marching
02. Tripping Billies
03. Recently
04. Satellite
05. One Sweet World
06. The Song That Jane Likes
07. Minarets
08. Seek Up
09. I’ll Back You Up
10.Christmas Song

Flat Five Studios Bonus Tracks
11.Pay For What You Get
12. Typical Situation

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Brad
May 10, 2014 at 4:48 pm

Bama Rags isn’t new they originally released it on Bama Rags their own independent label before they signed with RCA

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