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** In 2017, the band released ''OKNOTOK'', the remastered 20th anniversary edition of ''Music/OKComputer'', in [=CD=], vinyl and digital formats. They have "something really cool" planned for ''Music/KidA'' in 2020.

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** In 2017, the band released ''OKNOTOK'', the remastered 20th anniversary edition of ''Music/OKComputer'', in [=CD=], vinyl and digital formats. They have "something really cool" planned for ''Music/KidA'' in 2020.2020 and ''Amnesiac'' in 2021.


* The reissue of Music/PearlJam's ''Music/{{Ten}}'' came in a bunch of versions. A two-CD "Legacy Edition" which came with a remastered version of the original album, a new remixed version of the album and half a dozen bonus tracks. The "Deluxe Edition" added in a DVD of their MTV Unplugged show, and a final "Super Deluxe Edition" had all the other stuff, a vinyl LP copy of the album and remixes, also sold on its own, a recording of a live show on vinyl, a replica of the early PJ demo cassettes, and a replica of Eddie Vedder's lyrics notebook. Admittedly, there were a lot of complaints about the mixing/production of the original album, but ''still''. Keep in mind that they're planning to do something similar for all of their albums, leading up to their 20th anniversary as a band. Follow-ups ''Vs.'' and ''Vitalogy'' were packaged together, in [[http://pearljam.com/music/albums/997/studio/18656/vs_and_vitalogy_-_20th_anniversary_editions either]] a regular version with both albums and bonus tracks, an expanded one adding a live album, and "Limited Edition Collector's Boxed Set (5 [=LPs=], 3 [=CDs=], 1 Cassette, Digital Download, Composition Notebook, Memorabilia-filled Envelope)".

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* The reissue of Music/PearlJam's ''Music/{{Ten}}'' ''Music/TenPearlJamAlbum'' came in a bunch of versions. A two-CD "Legacy Edition" which came with a remastered version of the original album, a new remixed version of the album and half a dozen bonus tracks. The "Deluxe Edition" added in a DVD of their MTV Unplugged show, and a final "Super Deluxe Edition" had all the other stuff, a vinyl LP copy of the album and remixes, also sold on its own, a recording of a live show on vinyl, a replica of the early PJ demo cassettes, and a replica of Eddie Vedder's lyrics notebook. Admittedly, there were a lot of complaints about the mixing/production of the original album, but ''still''. Keep in mind that they're planning to do something similar for all of their albums, leading up to their 20th anniversary as a band. Follow-ups ''Vs.'' and ''Vitalogy'' were packaged together, in [[http://pearljam.com/music/albums/997/studio/18656/vs_and_vitalogy_-_20th_anniversary_editions either]] a regular version with both albums and bonus tracks, an expanded one adding a live album, and "Limited Edition Collector's Boxed Set (5 [=LPs=], 3 [=CDs=], 1 Cassette, Digital Download, Composition Notebook, Memorabilia-filled Envelope)".


* Certain record labels (for example, Creator/RoadrunnerRecords) have become infamous for releasing an album... then releasing it six months later with bonus tracks... then two years later with a bonus DVD... and it's even got to the point where they are releasing albums 10 years later with very little in the way of bonuses. There are currently at least five separate versions of Music/MercyfulFate's "Melissa" album available, not taking separate mediums into account ([=LPs=], Cassettes) or the astonishing amount of compilations or especially live albums with songs from the album on them. This has become a running joke within the music community to the point where almost no one buys a Roadrunner album upon its release, because they can get it six months later with bonus tracks.

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* Certain record labels (for example, Creator/RoadrunnerRecords) have become infamous for releasing an album... then releasing it six months later with bonus tracks... then two years later with a bonus DVD... and it's even got to the point where they are releasing albums 10 years later with very little in the way of bonuses. There are currently at least five separate versions of Music/MercyfulFate's [[Music/KingDiamond Mercyful Fate]]'s "Melissa" album available, not taking separate mediums into account ([=LPs=], Cassettes) or the astonishing amount of compilations or especially live albums with songs from the album on them. This has become a running joke within the music community to the point where almost no one buys a Roadrunner album upon its release, because they can get it six months later with bonus tracks.


** On Sgt. Pepper's, you got a new stereo remix, which was important as the original 1967 stereo mix was infamously a rush job, and for the longest time fan's would listen to the mono mix if given the chance. The remix was released separately as the Anniversary Edition, and was accompanied by the Deluxe Edition, which added a second disc containing out-takes and the non-album singles Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, each of which also got a new stereo mix, and the Super Deluxe Edition, which contains the stereo remix, 2 more CDs containing the contents of disc 2 of the Deluxe Edition plus more, a 4th disc that contained the mono mix of the album and non-album singles as well as some alternative mixes, and a DVD and Blu-Ray that contains 5.1 surround sound mixes of the album and the non-album singles, as well as a documentary from 1992 that was previously subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes, along with a book and some feelies, all packaged in an LP-sized lenticular version of the cover art.
** For Music/TheWhiteAlbum , you have... a few versions. The main three versions include a 3-CD deluxe edition, containing another (albeit more divisive) stereo remix of the original album on discs 1 and 2, and the Esher demos on disc 3. The release of the Esher demos are important because prior to 2018, the only official release was on Anthology 3, and even then you didn't get all of them. The only other options were low quality bootlegs. The next step up was a 4 LP vinyl record edition of the aforementioned deluxe edition, with the labels on the Esher demos being designed to look like a test pressing. The holy grail, however, was the Super Deluxe edition. You had 2 CDs housing the original album, remixed and all, the 3rd disc with the Esher demos, and an extra 3 discs worth of bonus content, including a [[EpicRocking 10-minute version of Revolution 1 and a 12-minute version of Helter Skelter]], a VERY prototypical version of Let It Be, and a take of Across the Universe at the end of it all. Also included was a Blu-Ray disc including 4 different mixes of the album: 2 different 5.1 surround sound mixes, the stereo version, and the mono mix, which is important as the Beatles deliberately put noticeable differences on the mono and stereo mixes (for example, on the mono mix, Helter Skelter ends immediately after the FakeOutFadeOut, while on the stereo mix keeps going). All of this is packaged withing a 164-page hardcover book containing recording notes, essays, memorabilia, and handwritten drafts of the lyrics, complete with the embossed lettering and serial number on the front. Not to mention the loads of bundles, include a $1600 VERSION of the 4 LP release that comes with a pure-white turntable made excludively for the anniversary release.

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** On Sgt. Pepper's, you got a new stereo remix, which was important as the original 1967 stereo mix was infamously a rush job, and for the longest time fan's would listen to the mono mix if given the chance. The remix was released separately as the Anniversary Edition, and was accompanied by the Deluxe Edition, which added a second disc containing out-takes and the non-album singles Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, each of which also got a new stereo mix, and the Super Deluxe Edition, which contains the stereo remix, 2 more CDs [=CDs=] containing the contents of disc 2 of the Deluxe Edition plus more, a 4th disc that contained the mono mix of the album and non-album singles as well as some alternative mixes, and a DVD and Blu-Ray that contains 5.1 surround sound mixes of the album and the non-album singles, as well as a documentary from 1992 that was previously subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes, along with a book and some feelies, all packaged in an LP-sized lenticular version of the cover art.
** For Music/TheWhiteAlbum , you have... a few versions. The main three versions include a 3-CD deluxe edition, containing another (albeit more divisive) stereo remix of the original album on discs 1 and 2, and the Esher demos on disc 3. The release of the Esher demos are important because prior to 2018, the only official release was on Anthology 3, and even then you didn't get all of them. The only other options were low quality bootlegs. The next step up was a 4 LP vinyl record edition of the aforementioned deluxe edition, with the labels on the Esher demos being designed to look like a test pressing. The holy grail, however, was the Super Deluxe edition. You had 2 CDs [=CDs=] housing the original album, remixed and all, the 3rd disc with the Esher demos, and an extra 3 discs worth of bonus content, including a [[EpicRocking 10-minute version of Revolution 1 and a 12-minute version of Helter Skelter]], a VERY prototypical version of Let It Be, and a take of Across the Universe at the end of it all. Also included was a Blu-Ray disc including 4 different mixes of the album: 2 different 5.1 surround sound mixes, the stereo version, and the mono mix, which is important as the Beatles deliberately put noticeable differences on the mono and stereo mixes (for example, on the mono mix, Helter Skelter ends immediately after the FakeOutFadeOut, while on the stereo mix keeps going). All of this is packaged withing a 164-page hardcover book containing recording notes, essays, memorabilia, and handwritten drafts of the lyrics, complete with the embossed lettering and serial number on the front. Not to mention the loads of bundles, include a $1600 VERSION of the 4 LP release that comes with a pure-white turntable made excludively for the anniversary release.


* Music/Radiohead have quite a few of these:

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* Music/Radiohead have quite a few of these:
** Every album since ''Music/{{Amnesiac}}'' has had a limited edition that has come out at the same time or thereabouts as the regular edition. These all include additional artwork, and some of the later ones include bonus tracks.
** In 2009, EMI re-released the first six albums with bonus tracks and videos.
** In 2017, the band released ''OKNOTOK'', the remastered 20th anniversary edition of ''Music/OKComputer'', in [=CD=], vinyl and digital formats. They have "something really cool" planned for ''Music/KidA'' in 2020.


** On Sgt. Pepper's, you got a new stereo remix, which was important as the original 1967 stereo mix was infamously a rush job, and for the longest time fan's would listen to the mono mix if given the chance. The remix was released separately as the Anniversary Edition, and was accompanied by the Deluxe Edition, which added a second disc containing out-takes and the non-album singles Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, each of which also got a new stereo mix, and the Super Deluxe Edition, which contains the stereo remix, 2 more CDs containing the contents of disc 2 of the Deluxe Edition plus more, a 4th disc that contained the mono mix of the album and non-album singles as well as some alternative mixes, and a DVD and Blu-Ray that contains 5.1 surround sound mixes of the album and the non-album singles, as well as a documentary from 1992 that was previously subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes, along with a book and some feelies

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** On Sgt. Pepper's, you got a new stereo remix, which was important as the original 1967 stereo mix was infamously a rush job, and for the longest time fan's would listen to the mono mix if given the chance. The remix was released separately as the Anniversary Edition, and was accompanied by the Deluxe Edition, which added a second disc containing out-takes and the non-album singles Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, each of which also got a new stereo mix, and the Super Deluxe Edition, which contains the stereo remix, 2 more CDs containing the contents of disc 2 of the Deluxe Edition plus more, a 4th disc that contained the mono mix of the album and non-album singles as well as some alternative mixes, and a DVD and Blu-Ray that contains 5.1 surround sound mixes of the album and the non-album singles, as well as a documentary from 1992 that was previously subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes, along with a book and some feeliesfeelies, all packaged in an LP-sized lenticular version of the cover art.
** For Music/TheWhiteAlbum , you have... a few versions. The main three versions include a 3-CD deluxe edition, containing another (albeit more divisive) stereo remix of the original album on discs 1 and 2, and the Esher demos on disc 3. The release of the Esher demos are important because prior to 2018, the only official release was on Anthology 3, and even then you didn't get all of them. The only other options were low quality bootlegs. The next step up was a 4 LP vinyl record edition of the aforementioned deluxe edition, with the labels on the Esher demos being designed to look like a test pressing. The holy grail, however, was the Super Deluxe edition. You had 2 CDs housing the original album, remixed and all, the 3rd disc with the Esher demos, and an extra 3 discs worth of bonus content, including a [[EpicRocking 10-minute version of Revolution 1 and a 12-minute version of Helter Skelter]], a VERY prototypical version of Let It Be, and a take of Across the Universe at the end of it all. Also included was a Blu-Ray disc including 4 different mixes of the album: 2 different 5.1 surround sound mixes, the stereo version, and the mono mix, which is important as the Beatles deliberately put noticeable differences on the mono and stereo mixes (for example, on the mono mix, Helter Skelter ends immediately after the FakeOutFadeOut, while on the stereo mix keeps going). All of this is packaged withing a 164-page hardcover book containing recording notes, essays, memorabilia, and handwritten drafts of the lyrics, complete with the embossed lettering and serial number on the front. Not to mention the loads of bundles, include a $1600 VERSION of the 4 LP release that comes with a pure-white turntable made excludively for the anniversary release.


* On September 9, 2009, EMI re-issued every album by Music/TheBeatles; the stereo mixes being released standalone and as a box set. A monaural set (the mono mixes preferred by the band and producer, plus mono mixes of the albums which were originally in stereo... with the albums being "[[http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51wU1%2BXEVjL.jpg mini-LPs]]") was planned as a very limited edition with only 10,000 copies planned for release. Massive pre-orders forced EMI to reconsider. When it finally came out, it had sold 12,000 copies in the United States in its first week. In Japan, it sold 20,000. New copies can still be found at online retailers such as Amazon.

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* Music/TheBeatles got this treatment for two of their albums: Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand and Music/TheWhiteAlbum , each for their respective 50th anniversary.
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On September 9, 2009, EMI re-issued every album Sgt. Pepper's, you got a new stereo remix, which was important as the original 1967 stereo mix was infamously a rush job, and for the longest time fan's would listen to the mono mix if given the chance. The remix was released separately as the Anniversary Edition, and was accompanied by Music/TheBeatles; the Deluxe Edition, which added a second disc containing out-takes and the non-album singles Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, each of which also got a new stereo mix, and the Super Deluxe Edition, which contains the stereo mixes being released standalone and as remix, 2 more CDs containing the contents of disc 2 of the Deluxe Edition plus more, a box set. A monaural set (the 4th disc that contained the mono mixes preferred by mix of the band album and producer, plus mono non-album singles as well as some alternative mixes, and a DVD and Blu-Ray that contains 5.1 surround sound mixes of the albums which were originally in stereo... album and the non-album singles, as well as a documentary from 1992 that was previously subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes, along with the albums being "[[http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51wU1%2BXEVjL.jpg mini-LPs]]") was planned as a very limited edition with only 10,000 copies planned for release. Massive pre-orders forced EMI to reconsider. When it finally came out, it had sold 12,000 copies in the United States in its first week. In Japan, it sold 20,000. New copies can still be found at online retailers such as Amazon.book and some feelies


* A great example of a collector's edition done well is John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers' first studio album, ''Blues Breakers with Music/EricClapton''. It contains the 1966 mono version and 1969 stereo remix, features early recordings of the band, done at the BBC and also early singles and promotional material. You also find alternate takes on songs and even earlier versions of them. Last, but not least, you get multiple live tracks with the band. You also get a great booklet, detailing the band and also a copy of the original CD booklet. Plus, the [=CDs=] themselves are modeled to look like old [=LPs=].
* Music/SufjanStevens' ''Songs for Christmas'' collection got the deluxe box-set treatment: 5 discs, 40 pages of liner notes (including guitar tabs for most of the songs and short stories), an animated music video, a poster with a full-page comic strip on the back, and stickers. There was no VanillaEdition of ''Songs for Christmas''--most of the songs had leaked to the internet a year beforehand, and one suspects that this deluxe treatment was done to give fans some incentive to pay for songs they had already downloaded.

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* A great example of a collector's edition done well is John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers' first studio album, ''Blues Breakers with Music/EricClapton''. It contains the 1966 mono version and 1969 stereo remix, features early recordings of the band, done at the BBC and also early singles and promotional material. You also find alternate takes on songs and even earlier versions of them.versions. Last, but not least, you get multiple live tracks with the band. You also get a great booklet, detailing the band and also a copy of the original CD booklet. Plus, the [=CDs=] themselves are modeled to look like old [=LPs=].
* Music/SufjanStevens' ''Songs for Christmas'' collection got the deluxe box-set treatment: 5 discs, 40 pages of liner notes (including guitar tabs for most of the songs and short stories), an animated music video, a poster with a full-page comic strip on the back, and stickers. There was no VanillaEdition of ''Songs for Christmas''--most Christmas'' -- most of the songs had leaked to the internet a year beforehand, and one suspects that this deluxe treatment was done to give fans some incentive to pay for songs they had already downloaded.


** The "6 months later with bonus tracks" scheme is especially done with R&B and pop music. Several labels will release an album by an artist and then re-release it 6 months later as a "special edition" and release one of the new songs a few months before to radio, basically forcing fans of an artist to buy the album again with the artists' new big hit on it. Sometimes a record company will pull this a ''second time'' by releasing the album with the original tracklist, the 6 tracks from the "special edition" and 2-4 more new tracks just so fans have to buy an artists' album ''again''.

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** The "6 months later with bonus tracks" scheme is especially done with R&B and pop music. Several labels will release an album by an artist and artist, then re-release it 6 months later as a "special edition" and release one of the new songs a few months before to radio, basically forcing fans of an artist to buy the album again with the artists' new big hit on it. Sometimes a record company will pull this a ''second time'' by releasing the album with the original tracklist, the 6 tracks from the "special edition" and 2-4 more new tracks just so fans have to buy an artists' album ''again''.


* The re-release of Music/TheRollingStones ''Music/ExileOnMainSt'' got put out in ''four'' different formats: the regular single-CD version, a double-vinyl edition, a double-CD version with 10 bonus tracks, or if you [[CrackIsCheaper really wanted to splurge on it]], an limited-edition autographed version of the album signed by all the band members, which cost around '''$2000''' upon release. An additional release called ''Exile on Main St.: Rarities Edition'', which contained just the 10 bonus tracks, was also available exclusively at Target.

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* The re-release of Music/TheRollingStones ''Music/ExileOnMainSt'' got put out in ''four'' different formats: the regular single-CD version, a double-vinyl edition, a double-CD version with 10 bonus tracks, or if you [[CrackIsCheaper really wanted to splurge on it]], it, an limited-edition autographed version of the album signed by all the band members, which cost around '''$2000''' upon release. An additional release called ''Exile on Main St.: Rarities Edition'', which contained just the 10 bonus tracks, was also available exclusively at Target.


** In TheNewTens, there's been two-disc versions of his first two albums from TheSixties and a ''Music/StationToStation'' reissue that, in Special Edition form, includes two extra discs for his much-bootlegged Nassau Coliseum concert from 1976... and in ''Deluxe'' Edition form includes an additional two [=CDs=] (one with the mix the 1985 CD version had, one with the single versions of the songs), a [=DVD=] with a new surround sound mix of the album, three [=LPs=] for the original album and the concert, and from there such items as replicas of the tour's press kit, the official fan club folder, etc. from this period. And there was a ''third'' special edition reissue of ''Music/TheRiseAndFallOfZiggyStardustAndTheSpidersFromMars'' in 2012 (previously, it had been reissued in 1990 and 2002).

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** In TheNewTens, there's been two-disc versions of his first two albums from TheSixties and a ''Music/StationToStation'' reissue that, in Special Edition form, includes two extra discs for his much-bootlegged Nassau Coliseum concert from 1976... and in ''Deluxe'' Edition form includes an additional two [=CDs=] (one with the mix the 1985 CD version had, one with the single versions of the songs), a [=DVD=] with a new surround sound mix of the album, three [=LPs=] for the original album and the concert, and from there such items as replicas of the tour's press kit, the official fan club folder, etc. from this period. And there was a ''third'' set of special edition reissue of reissues for ''Music/TheRiseAndFallOfZiggyStardustAndTheSpidersFromMars'' and ''Music/AladdinSane'' in 2012 and 2013, respectively (previously, it had been reissued in 1990 and 2002).2002/2003).


* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1992 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, as their whole catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disc (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus [=CDs=], DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both [=DVDs=] combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.

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* Music/PinkFloyd first had the 1992 box set ''Shine On'', with eight albums and a bonus CD called ''The Early Singles'', with the songs from the Syd Barrett era. Then in 2011, 2007, the ''Oh, by the Way'' BoxedSet was released, compiling all of the band's studio albums up to that point in surprisingly accurate scale recreations of the original LP packaging. This is generally considered to be the best presentation of the albums from an aesthetic standpoint, though in terms of actual sound quality, fans will gladly point you in the 2011 ''Discovery'' and Pink Floyd Records remasters. Speaking of which, a third example of this trope came about concurrently with the 2011 remasters' release: as their Pink Floyd's whole catalog was re-released, ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'', ''Music/WishYouWereHere'' and ''Music/TheWall'' all got both "Experience" editions adding a bonus disc (concerts in the case of the former two, work-in-progress versions for the last) and "Immersion" sets with bonus [=CDs=], DVD-Audio versions, videos on a DVD (and in all but ''The Wall'', both [=DVDs=] combined in a Blu-Ray), and {{Feelies}} such as scarves and marbles.


** ''Five Years (19691973)'', ''Who Can I Be Now? (19741976)'', ''A New Career in a New Town (19771982)'', and the upcoming ''Loving the Alien (19831988)'', the three (soon to be four) box sets released so far, each spanning a certain era of David's career, certainly count as well. Each box set contains all of his albums from the titular era in neat facsimiles of the original LP releases, right down to the fan club pamphlets included within, alongside a singles compilation CD, alternate mixes of some of the albums, and a comprehensive book about the era represented by its respective set. While the first two box sets earned considerable acclaim for the immense care put into them, the third one has earned criticism for some of Tony Visconti's heavier mixing choices, most infamously a volume drop partway through the {{title track}} of ''Music/HeroesDavidBowieAlbum'' that resulted in Parlophone having to issue amended replacement discs to fans following prolonged backlash. Time will tell how the fourth set will fare among the public.

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** ''Five Years (19691973)'', ''Who Can I Be Now? (19741976)'', ''A New Career in a New Town (19771982)'', and the upcoming ''Loving the Alien (19831988)'', the three (soon to be four) four box sets released so far, each spanning a certain era of David's career, certainly count as well. Each box set contains all of his albums from the titular era in neat facsimiles of the original LP releases, right down to the fan club pamphlets included within, alongside a singles compilation CD, alternate mixes of some of the albums, and a comprehensive book about the era represented by its respective set. While the first two box sets earned considerable acclaim for the immense care put into them, the third one has earned criticism for some of Tony Visconti's heavier mixing choices, most infamously a volume drop partway through the {{title track}} of ''Music/HeroesDavidBowieAlbum'' that resulted in Parlophone having to issue amended replacement discs to fans following prolonged backlash. Time will tell how the fourth set will fare among the public.public, though at the moment reception seems to be positive.


* Hoo boy, Music/DavidBowie reissues. Not only have there been quite a few reissues that count as these, some albums have had more than one, and gathering ''all'' the bonus material a particular album's had over the years may well neccessitate much searching and a deep wallet...

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* Hoo boy, Music/DavidBowie reissues. Not only have there been quite a few reissues that count as these, some albums have had more than one, and gathering ''all'' the bonus material a particular album's had over the years may well neccessitate necessitate much searching and a deep wallet...



* Within the same year of its regular US release, Flume's SelfTitledAlbum was re-released in a "Deluxe Edition". It was a fairly generous four disc package, featuring the original album, two discs worth of bonus tracks (comprising a "mixtape" where rappers add vocals to previously instrumental songs from the album, remixes by and of Flume, and a LiveAlbum), and a copy of Ableton Live 9 Lite including tutorials and interactive sessions for three of the album's songs.

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* Within the same year of its regular US release, Flume's SelfTitledAlbum was re-released in a "Deluxe Edition". It was a fairly generous four disc four-disc package, featuring the original album, two discs worth of bonus tracks (comprising a "mixtape" where rappers add vocals to previously instrumental songs from the album, remixes by and of Flume, and a LiveAlbum), and a copy of Ableton Live 9 Lite including tutorials and interactive sessions for three of the album's songs.



** The limited box set ''The Laser Years'' exclusively contained ''Cities In Concert'', an ''In Concert Houston-Lyon'' special variant with all music in full length that is, until ''In Concert Houston-Lyon'' was replaced by ''Cities In Concert'' as part of the regular back catalog during the 1997 remastering.

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** The limited box set ''The Laser Years'' exclusively contained ''Cities In in Concert'', an ''In Concert Houston-Lyon'' special variant with all music in full length that is, until ''In Concert Houston-Lyon'' was replaced by ''Cities In Concert'' as part of the regular back catalog during the 1997 remastering.



* Vicious Pink's self-titled album was rereleased on CD for the first time in 2012, with the addition of various remixes of "Cccan't You See?", the extended versions of "Fetish" and "Take Me Now", and the previously-unreleased "I Confess".

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* Vicious Pink's self-titled album was rereleased re-released on CD for the first time in 2012, with the addition of various remixes of "Cccan't You See?", the extended versions of "Fetish" and "Take Me Now", and the previously-unreleased "I Confess".

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