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4AD and BEGGARS BANQUET

VINYL REMASTERED



The coming months will see Vinyl 180 working with the hugely influential 4AD and Beggars Banquet labels to bring you some exciting vinyl releases. 


All the releases have been remastered from the original analogue tapes, and modern mastering techniques mean that we are able to recapture that warmth and depth of sound that everyone loves when listening to vinyl. All pressings are on 180g heavyweight vinyl so as to enhance the listening experience further with the highest sound quality possible. The sleeves are printed on a heavyweight board and the inner bags and on a high quality stock.


Currently available to order now is the 1980 debut album from Bauhaus, In The Flat Field. This is available as a single album and also as a limited edition double vinyl package bringing together the album and the 4AD EP pressed on white vinyl. This release will be followed soon after by a re-issue of the band’s second album, Mask.


Also available now is the 1984 self titled debut album from Dead Can Dance. Again this can be bought as a single album or as a limited edition double vinyl package which features the Garden of the Arcane Delights EP pressed on clear vinyl.


The Dead Can Dance re-issues will continue with Spleen and Ideal early in 2009.


The 4AD releases continue with the Cocteau Twins’ classic second album, Head Over Heels released on 29th September 08. Again, in addition to the single album, there will be a limited double vinyl edition which will include the wonderful Sunburst and Snowblind EP pressed on dark violet vinyl and will feature all new packaging artwork.


Future releases include more from the Cocteau Twins and Dead Can Dance, plus albums by The Cult and The Fall. With the catalogue growing, join the mailing list to be kept up to date with all our releases.

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