Album Vinyl Re-Issues Coming February 2016

18 December 2015

The Innocents LP sleeveAlong with the recently greatest hits compilation Always – The Very Best Of Erasure and a forthcoming anthology box set, the band are set to re-issue album on vinyl to mark 30 years of Erasure. February 2016 sees the release of the band's first three albums, Wonderland, The Circus and The Innocents, on 180g vinyl and these are available to pre-order now via a dedicated microsite.

It looks like this is just the beginning of the vinyl re-issues with the hope that every album might get the same treatment. For the time being, it's just the first three albums - and you can buy all three albums as a bundle with a 12" Wonderland sleeve print from Pledge Music website.

UPDATE: Wild!, Chorus, I Say I Say I Say, Erasure, Cowboy, Loveboat and Other People's Songs re-issues have also been officially confirmed. Also, for the very first time, Nightbird, Union Street and Light At The End Of The World will be released on vinyl.

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  1. Well, I’ve been a cd lover for a lonnng time now and I’m not sure if I’m going to learn to love vinyls again… That’s so weird! I mean suddenly a lot of people have been interested in vinyls again and they swear that this kind of record sounds better than a cd one. Capitalism makes people crazy sometimes. Anyway, I’m really looking forward to putting my madly anxious hands on the forthcoming anthology box set that you’ve mentioned above.

    Happy New Year, dear friend!

    Posted by Chabacano
    31 December 2015 12:06 am (GMT)
  2. By the way, I’ve made my own anthology box set this year, like I said that I would. Here is the link: http://1drv.ms/1IEXGbu .

    Posted by Chabacano
    31 December 2015 2:03 am (GMT)
  3. Happy New Year to you too!

    Nice anthology too – I like how you’ve grouped the songs into moods. :)

    Posted by Onge
    2 January 2016 8:57 pm (GMT)
  4. Oh, a praise from the great Onge! That’s a very good way to start a new year indeed.

    Posted by Chabacano
    9 January 2016 1:32 am (GMT)

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