Lament 2017 digital release

Posted by: negative1

Lament 2017 digital release - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:35:33

Its interesting that there are different tracks on the digital release
than on the Deluxe CD tracks:
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Ultravox ‎ Lament
Label:
Chrysalis ‎ none
Format:
17 File, MP3, 320kbps
Country:

Released:
30 Oct 2017
Genre:
Electronic
Style:
Synth-pop
Tracklist
1 White China
2 One Small Day
3 Dancing With Tears In My Eyes
4 Lament
5 Man Of Two Worlds
6 Heart Of The Country
7 When The Time Comes
8 A Friend I Call Desire

9 One Small Day (US Edit)
10 Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (7'' Edit)
11 Lament (7'' Edit)
12 Love's Great Adventure (7'' Version)
13 Easterly
14 Building
15 Heart Of The Country (Instrumental)
16 White China (Live at Hammersmith June 1984)
17 Man Of Two Worlds (Instrumental)
Notes
Available as a download when buying the 2017 2xLP vinyl edition through pledge music.

later
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Posted by: Alone With Strangers

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 16:22:00

It isn't the digital release (they are unchanged I believe): it's the tracks from the double vinyl edition for download.
Posted by: negative1

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 17:48:29

Originally Posted By Alone With Strangers
It isn't the digital release (they are unchanged I believe): it's the tracks from the double vinyl edition for download.


i didn't get the pledgemusic release, maybe somebody else knows.

the double vinyl release is just the album spread across 2 LP's.

the discogs entry says this is the digital tracks you get with the code.

https://www.discogs.com/Ultravox-Lament/release/11075027
maybe somebody could verify them.

later
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Posted by: Alone With Strangers

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 21:57:04

I can verify it.

No it isn't the LP spread across two discs: the LP is on disc 1 with the other tracks in the download on disc 2.

The Discogs entry says nothing about the code - it states these are the tracks given as a download with the double LP. The actual digital release that is available for purchase (i.e. not free with something else) is the same as the current digital release.
Posted by: negative1

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 16:12:59

Originally Posted By Alone With Strangers
I can verify it.

No it isn't the LP spread across two discs: the LP is on disc 1 with the other tracks in the download on disc 2.

The Discogs entry says nothing about the code - it states these are the tracks given as a download with the double LP. The actual digital release that is available for purchase (i.e. not free with something else) is the same as the current digital release.


cool, thanks for the heads up.

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Posted by: negative1

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 15:53:11

Looks like other 2009 special editions are coming out in 2018, as 2cd versions:

From Vienna to Monument

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ultravox-CDs-Vinyl/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n:229816,k:ultravox&tag=shtv.uk-21


Not sure if they will be 2xlp also.

later
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Posted by: Alone With Strangers

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 09:37:16

It will probably depend on the take-up of the Lament & RTE releases.
Posted by: robak

Re: Lament 2017 digital release - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 20:20:10

As I've posted elsewhere on here earlier tonight, I've been somewhat out of touch with everything for a not-so-good half of last year, so apart from noting the Pledgemusic campaign, and mentioning that and other odd Vox items on my re:VOX feed on Facebook, all the other CD and LP activity had passed me by until a chance spot whilst doing something else last week. I've got a story I'm about to put up there, with as much info as I've been able to assemble about the new campaign. I'd like to hope, having now got a copy of the lovely Vienna double disc set, that the full mention of Cerise, Rob and Rob Portman, and the EV website, inside the expanded booklet means that Chrysalis has kept them involved after all the hard work put in during the late Noughties releases. The carefully thought out, sympathetic typeset and design rather makes me think that Cerise has been given the opportunity to add her own touch to the digipak format that's been selected for these new double CD releases. It's certainly good to have the back catalogue back out there again.