Viva Hate reissued / repackaged?

Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2002 (read-only)' started by Jack The Kipper, Feb 23, 2002.

  1. I have been away for a while (no, not banged up inside or anything) and came across Viva Hate with added tracks on it, a few b-sides or something. the cover date was 1997. I had not seen or heard of this before, as i said, been away, but there were many copies to suggest it may have been an import or newly released in the UK?
    Can anyone shed a light as to its appearance past and present?
    Thanks,
    Jack.
     
  2. It was (I believe) the standard issue "10th Anniversary Edition" - no doubt the record company trying to make us all buy it again.

    Now, if it was to include a bonus disc of demo's or other unreleased goodies I may be tempted!

    Now, that strikes me as good business sense. Record companies take note - think like a bootlegger...it's what the fans want!

    CHRIS KEATING
     
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  4. Tingle

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    Recycled papers

    I thought that it was part of HMV's 100 best albums reissued to celebrate 100 years of the company (can it be 100 years?)

    Anyhow, I don't like buying these re-issues, but for the benefit of getting "Girl Least likely to" I have to say it was worth the money.

    "There's a publisher she says in the New Year.....it's never in this year." Perfect

    It should have included "I know very well how I got my note wrong" but nevermind. Has anyone seen Vini Reilly recently? I believe he's touring.

    > It was (I believe) the standard issue "10th Anniversary Edition"
    > - no doubt the record company trying to make us all buy it again.

    > Now, if it was to include a bonus disc of demo's or other unreleased
    > goodies I may be tempted!

    > Now, that strikes me as good business sense. Record companies take note -
    > think like a bootlegger...it's what the fans want!

    > CHRIS KEATING
     
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