The Grateful Dead will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their recording career next year with a new album reissue series. Appropriately, it all kicks off with a deluxe edition of their self-titled debut LP.
Starting on Jan. 20, when The Grateful Dead: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition arrives, the band’s studio and live albums will be released as special editions around the time of their anniversary dates. The expanded two-disc version of their first record includes a remastered disc of the original album and a second disc with live tracks recorded at the Vancouver Trips Festival in July 1966, eight months before the release of the band’s debut LP in March 1967.
You can see the track listing for the album below.
The band will also start a new reissue series next year that features the Dead’s 27 singles on 7-inch colored vinyl, each limited to 10,000 copies and available only on their website. The records will be issued quarterly over the next few years. The first four will come out in 2017, with “Stealin'” b/w “Don’t Ease Me In” to be released on March 1 as part of an annual subscription service.
The 50th anniversary edition of the debut album will also be available on vinyl, in a limited-edition picture disc that will be available on the same date as the CD.
‘The Grateful Dead: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition’ Track Listing
Disc One: Original Album, Newly Remastered
“The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)”
“Beat It On Down the Line”
“Good Morning Little School Girl”
“Cold Rain & Snow”
“Sitting on Top of the World”
“Cream Puff War”
“New, New Minglewood Blues”
“Viola Lee Blues”
Disc Two: P.N.E. Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, BC, Canada
“Standing on the Corner”
“I Know You Rider”
“Next Time You See Me”
“Sitting on Top of the World”
“You Don’t Have to Ask”
“Big Boss Man”
“Cream Puff Wars”
“Viola Lee Blues”
“Beat It On Down the Line”
“Good Morning Little Schoolgirl”
“Cold, Rain and Snow”
“One Kind Favor”
“Hey Little One”
“New Minglewood Blues”
Depeche Mode have announced a new DVD, Video Singles Collection. The 3xDVD anthology, out November 11 via Sony Music Entertainment, compiles 55 of the band’s music videos, as well as four alternate videos, complete with over two hours of commentary from the band. The collection features newly restored versions of videos from 1981 to 2013, including “Personal Jesus,” “Heaven,” and more. The alternate clips are for “People Are People,” “But Not Tonight,” “Soothe My Soul (Extended),” and “Stripped,” according to Rolling Stone. See the full list of videos and directors here. See the DVD artwork below.
In a statement, the band said, “Videos have always played an essential part in how we wanted to present Depeche Mode’s music to the world. It’s been amazing to go back and relive all the experiences and memories these videos evoke after all these years. It’s incredible to have all our videos finally together in one place and we’re hoping our fans enjoy this journey through time as much as we did.”
Depeche Mode’s last album, Delta Machine, arrived in 2013. Last year, in an interview with Pitchfork surrounding his solo album Angels & Ghosts, singer Dave Gahan discussed the possibility of working on more Depeche Mode music.
Later in the year—I don’t know, in December or something—I’ll go out to [Martin Gore’s] place or something and we’ll sit down and talk about it. It’s always a big challenge. You have to really sit down and you have to have an idea: “What kind of record do we really want to make? Who do we want to work with? Where do we want to take this? Do we want to go on the road?” All that kind of stuff, and I’m pretty sure it will happen, but there’s no plan at the moment.
Depeche Mode "Video Singles Collection":
Just Can't Get Enough (directed by Clive Richardson)
See You (directed by Julien Temple)
The Meaning of Love (directed by Julien Temple)
Leave in Silence (directed by Julien Temple)
Get the Balance Right (directed by Kevin Hewitt)
Everything Counts (directed by Clive Richardson)
Love, In Itself (directed by Clive Richardson)
People Are People (directed by Clive Richardson)
Master and Servant (directed by Clive Richardson)
Blasphemous Rumours (directed by Clive Richardson)
Somebody (directed by Clive Richardson)
Shake the Disease (directed by Peter Care)
It's Called a Heart (directed by Peter Care)
Stripped (directed by Peter Care)
But Not Tonight (directed by Tamra Davis)
A Question of Lust (directed by Clive Richardson)
A Question of Time (directed by Phil Harding)
Strangelove (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Never Let Me Down Again (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Behind the Wheel (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Little 15 (directed by Martyn Atkins)
Strangelove '88 (directed by Martyn Atkins)
Everything Counts (Live – from "101") (directed by D.A. Pennebaker)
Personal Jesus (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Enjoy the Silence (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Policy of Truth (directed by Anton Corbijn)
World in My Eyes (directed by Anton Corbijn)
I Feel You (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Walking in My Shoes (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Condemnation (Paris Mix) (directed by Anton Corbijn)
One Caress (directed by Kevin Kerslake)
In Your Room (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Barrel of a Gun (directed by Anton Corbijn)
It's No Good (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Home (directed by Steven Green)
Useless (directed by Anton Corbijn)
Only When I Lose Myself (directed by Brian Griffin)
Dream On (directed by Stephane Sednaoui)
I Feel Loved (directed by John Hillcoat)
Freelove (directed by John Hillcoat)
Goodnight Lovers (directed by John Hillcoat)
Enjoy the Silence '04 (directed by Uwe Flade)
Precious (directed by Uwe Flade)
A Pain That I'm Used To (directed by Uwe Flade)
Suffer Well (directed by Anton Corbijn)
John the Revelator (directed by Blue Leach)
Martyr (directed by Robert Chandler)
Wrong (directed by Patrick Daughters)
Peace (directed by Jonas and François)
Hole to Feed (directed by Eric Wareheim)
Fragile Tension (directed by Rob Chandler and Barney Steel)
Personal Jesus 2011 (directed by Patrick Daughters)
Heaven (directed by Timothy Saccenti)
Soothe My Soul (directed by Warren Fu)
Should Be Higher (directed by Anton Corbijn)
IT'S FINALLY HERE! While it doesn't drop officially in the UK until midnight, it's started to roll out to iTunes and Spotify users around the globe. Listen to it in full right here!
What Is The Name Of The Album?
The album will be called 'Glory Days'.
Having had such huge success in the UK and over in America, these really are glory days for the four ladies, so it's a pretty fitting title we think!
The ladies have just shared this video, which gives us a bit more information about what we can expect from 'Glory Days'...
What Is The Release Date?
'Glory Days' will be released on Friday 18th November.
That's a worldwide release date, so wherever you are on the planet you'll be able to grab a copy.
The album will also be released with a 'Get Weird Tour' DVD, so there's loads of new Little Mix stuff to look forward to!
What Is The Tracklist For The Album?
Shout Out To My Ex
Oops (feat. Charlie Puth)
You Gotta Not
Down & Dirty
Nobody Like You
No More Sad Songs
Nothing Else Matters
Beep Beep [Deluxe]
Touch (Acoustic) [Deluxe]
As well as three bonus tracks, the Deluxe edition even comes with a bonus DVD, featuring the girls' live show from 2016's 'Get Weird' tour at London's Wembley Arena.
Secret Love Song
How Ya Doin'?
Love Me Like You