Previously unreleased rendition appears on the band’s 30th anniversary reissue of Appetite for Destruction.
The super deluxe box set boasts a total of 73 tracks spread out across four CDs and seven 12-inch 180-gram LPs.
Featuring 16 newly done remixes from frontman Robert Smith.
A leftover demo from their debut album, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
The first vinyl pressing of the classic LP in nearly 10 years includes an actual replica trout mask.
The album was Grohl’s first with the Washington, DC punks.
The band will also play a series of full album performances in September.
The band’s landmark debut is being reissued in anticipation of their new album and world tour.
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Phair will also embark on a US tour to play songs from her Girly-Sound tapes live for the very first time.
Plus, they’re prepping a 25th anniversary edition of Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? for later this year.
A sequel to the band’s 1990 remix album, Torn Down, which is also being reissued for Record Store Day.
Remastered from the original mono mix and packed with bonus tracks, the vinyl release will be available for Record Store Day.