To call their plans “exhaustive” would be to undersell them.
Featuring exclusive vinyl from Weezer, Rage Against the Machine, Iggy and the Stooges, Garbage, and more.
The archival campaign marks the “first (and definitive) programme of remastering and includes the release of many rarities and cover versions on vinyl and CD for the first time.”
Remastered versions of the band’s four studio albums, as well as their 2003 live LP.
Alan Howarth’s score for Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers is noticeably absent.
The first vinyl pressing of the classic LP in nearly 10 years includes an actual replica trout mask.
The record’s first vinyl pressing since it was first released in 1995.
A series of vinyl reissues and rare releases are forthcoming, including the first-full length version of “Let’s Dance”; the 1977 promotional LP Bowie Now; and two live albums.
All seven titles — many of which have been long out of print — will be re-released in 2018.
It arrives on Friday alongside the remastered versions of 2002’s Alice and 2002’s Blood Money.
All six releases have been remastered by Waits and his wife and musical collaborator, Kathleen Brennan.
The newly remastered LPs are due out in January.