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Thursday, 02 December 2010 15:30

Editors Reveals Contents of Its Boxed Set

Following on from "A message from Tom" disclosed in Saturday's article Editors, The Complete Collection, the band has revealed the contents of its Editors Unedited - Limited Edition Collector's Box Set to be released on February 28th next year.

In an email to subscribers to the band's official website, the band wrote, "We can now reveal the first 200 people to pre-order will have the opportunity to have two lines of their favourite Editors lyrics handwritten and signed by lead singer and lyricist Tom."  Pre-order now.

The contents are as follows:

• Exclusive stunning 12" 100 page photo-art book (a collection of lyrics; images of artwork, band and live show photographs)
• 7 x CD Albums
• 7 x Heavy Weight Vinyl LPs
• 7 x High Quality 320kbps Album Downloads
• All housed in a bespoke 12” presentation box comprising individual wallets for CDs and vinyl alongside the book
Editors Reveals Contents of Its Boxed SetIncluding:
• The Back Room (original album CD, LP and download)
• An End Has A Start (original album CD, LP and download)
• In This Light And On This Evening (original album CD, LP and download)
• the new You Are Fading B-sides and Rarities Collection (CD, LP and download)

You Are Fading I
No Sound But The Wind
Last Day
Heads In Bags
Find Yourself A Safe Place
Let Your Good Heart Lead You Home
An Eye For An Eye
Disappear
Crawl Down The Wall
For The Money

You Are Fading II
Every Little Piece
Open Up
Some Kind Of Spark
Release
Banging Heads
Come Share The View
The Diplomat
Dust In The Sunlight

You Are Fading III
This House Is Full Of Noise
Camera (original demo recording)
From The Outside
Bullets
Time To Slow Down
A Thousand Pieces
I Buried The Devil
Alone
A Life As A Ghost
The Picture

You Are Fading IV
Colours
I Want A Forest
Thousands Of Lovers
Forest Fire
Human
No Sound But The Wind (live at Werchter 2010)
You Are Fading
These Streets Are Still Home To Me (Version 1)

Links:

http://www.editorsofficial.com

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 December 2010 16:08
 

Newsflash Archive

"I don't consider our songs to be growers that take ten listens to get into," Frontman Justin Young said. "People will either like us or they won't, it's that simple." The band is called The Vaccines. It's Jay Jay Pistolet and Freddie Cowan, younger brother of Tom from The Horrors. The Vaccines' tracks are short - similar to American Hardcore punk - but played in the style of good, old-fashioned Rock'n'Roll. In fact, the music's so retro, it's Pop. It's like listening to the Ramones, The Beach Boys, and The Shadows, all playing with the distorted guitars of The Jesus and Mary Chain.

This London band only played its first-ever show two months ago and just released its debut single, but will make its American debut headling Bowery Ballroom, New York on January 20 and then play Glasslands two days later. In October, the Vaccines played their first London concert. An audience of nearly three hundred included Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand, Marcus Mumford, members of White Lies and The Maccabees, and a few journalists. More than two hundred were locked outside, including some of the band's friends and Nick Hodgson of the Kaiser Chiefs.

"On the strength of just a demo and a soon-to-be-released debut single, nearly 300 people have turned up for the Vaccines' first hometown gig [Flowerpot, London]; another 200 have had to be turned away," Betty Clarke reported in the Guardian.

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