PJ HARVEY – ” The Albums ” Catalogue to be Reissued on Vinyl

Posted: July 17, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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PJ Harvey’s entire catalogue is to be reissued on vinyl over the course of the next year by UMC/Island and Beggars Archive/Too Pure.

The reissue programme includes the two albums she made in collaboration with John Parish, as well as standalone versions of her album demos. the long awaited 2nd press of Rid Of Me is finally here! Thus completing the first 3 albums + companion demos set

Next in the re-issues series will be her 1996 collab. with John Parish “Dance Hall at Louse Point”, arriving later this week. We’re expecting the series to continue with Is This Desire?, Stories From The City etc. sometime in 2021. Stay tuned, and feel free to get in-touch to put your name down for future re-issues.

First up is the reissue of her landmark 1992 debut “Dry”, released on July 24 along with “Dry – Demos” – a collection of demos that was released with limited early copies of the album but hasn’t been available since. It features brand new artwork with previously unseen photos by Maria Mochnacz.

PJ Harvey, British singer/songwriter, and rock legend, has announced plans to reissue her entire catalogue of solo albums, collaboration albums, and demo tracks. Dry, Harvey’s 1992 debut studio album, will be the first reissue on July 24th through Beggars Archive/Too Pure Records. This re-release will be accompanied by a collection of demos from Dry (aptly titled Dry—Demos), which will be available on all formats. Be on the lookout for the rest of her catalogue, which will be reissued throughout the year.

Check out the first track from Dry—Demos, a rough draft of PJ Harvey’s “Sheela-Na-Gig” below. Pre-order the reissue of Dry and the new collection of Dry—Demos.

Island Records recording; ℗ 1992 PJ Harvey, under exclusive licence to Universal Music Operations Ltd.

Released on: 2020-05-28

Producer, Studio  Personnel, Recording  Engineer, Associated  Performer, Vocals, Guitar: PJ Harvey
Composer  Lyricist: PJ Harvey.

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