Waxwork Records is releasing a remastered version of Danny Elfman’s classic score.
The first batch of discs comes out in November 2018, followed by future releases in 2019.
Overseen by Yoko Ono Lennon, the expansive, 160-track project includes rare outtakes and previously unreleased demos.
Discreet Music, Music For Films, Music For Airports, and On Land were all remastered at half speed at Abbey Road Studios.
Featuring previously unreleased Mad Professor dub remixes.
The killer soundtrack to one of the filmmaker’s weirdest movies is essential listening.
Rare and previously unreleased recordings sit alongside the artist’s most relevant solo work. Hear Strummer’s early demo, “London Is Burning”, now.
Previously unreleased rendition appears on the band’s 30th anniversary reissue of Appetite for Destruction.
Plus, they’re prepping a 25th anniversary edition of Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? for later this year.
Remastered from the original mono mix and packed with bonus tracks, the vinyl release will be available for Record Store Day.
The deluxe set is solely available with a Vinyl Me, Please subscription.
“This one has totally replaced the old one in my mind,” Toledo told Rolling Stone of the reworked version.