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Stereolab Reissues

Stereolab Reissues

Yet another treat for Stereolab fans here as Warp Records and Duophonic release the third and final phase of expanded edition reissues from the group's back catalogue.

Margerine Eclipse and Sound-Dust are now all available again, remastered from the original tapes in a range of formats including numbered limited edition clear vinyl.

The Sound-Dust vinyl includes an extra etched bonus disk and Magerine Eclipse is complete with a bonus disk of rare EP tracks (also featured on the CD version).

The albums all include alternate takes, demos and unreleased mixes alongside fold-out posters and scratch cards.

These albums are some of the bands most loved, all offering contrasting views into the world of Stereolab.

  • Sound-Dust (Expanded Edition)
    Artist
    Stereolab
    ReleaseProduct
    Sound-Dust (Expanded Edition)
    Label
    Duophonic / Warp Records
    Catalogue Number
    DUHFDL27R
    Release Date
    November 2019
    • Vinyl, 3×LP, Coloured Vinyl

      Out of stock
      • Numbered limited edition
      • Clear Vinyl
      • Remastered from original tapes
      • Scratch Card
      • 1-sided etched bonus disk of demo tracks 
      • Fold-out poster insert
      • Gatefold sleeve
      • Heavyweight clear PVC Wallet
      • Download card

    • Vinyl, 3×LP

      Pre-order $29.99
      • Black Vinyl
      • Remastered from original tapes
      • 1-sided etched bonus disk of demo tracks 
      • Fold-out poster insert
      • Gatefold sleeve
      • Heavyweight clear PVC Wallet
      • Download card

      Estimated shipping: 28 November 2019

    • CD, 2×CD

      Pre-order $17.99
      • Remastered from original tapes
      • Bonus disk
      • 8 page booklet

      Estimated shipping: 28 November 2019

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    Instant download of the following tracks with all FLAC, WAV 24bit, WAV, MP3 pre-orders:

    • 'Baby Lulu'
    • 'Baby Lulu Demo'

    Full release delivered on release date: 29.11.19

    Duophonic and Warp enter another phase of their Stereolab reissues programme. The latest LP from the band’s long, illustrious history to be blessed with a smart new edition is their seventh album Sound-Dust. Having worked with Sonic Youth’s Jim O’Rourke and Tortoise’s John McEntire on 1999’s Cobra And Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night, Stereolab decided to get the pair involved again two years later by having them produce Sound-Dust.

    The music that Laetitia Sadier and Tim Gane made for Sound-Dust continued to further Stereolab’s case as an avant-pop group par excellence. This record finds them working across a typically broad array of styles, with bossa nova, Krautrock and 60’s-style chansons all touched upon here. Certain tracks find more joy in the cerebral library-pop sound that they had been perfecting for more than a decade by the time this album was released - the midsection run between ‘Baby Lulu’ and ‘Double Rocker’ features some particularly fine songs in this vein.

    As has been the case with all of the other Duophonic/Warp editions, this new version of Sound-Dust has been remastered from the original tapes under the watchful eye of Gane himself. We also get a plethora of bonus beats - eight demos to be exact. It’s fascinating to see how the band grew a track like ‘Black Ants In Sound-Dust’ out of a hypnotic scritch-scratch guitar sketch.

    Sound-Dust is the latest album from Stereolab’s golden age to be given a bespoke reissue from Duophonic and Warp.

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    Pre-order Information

    We endeavour to ensure pre-orders reach you on the official release date. The date indicated above is the nearest possible delivery date according to the distributor, and is therefore liable to change at any time in accordance with changes made by the distributor.

    Digital Track List

    1. 1 Black Ants In Sound-Dust 1:57 Stereolab
    2. 2 Space Moth 7:35 Stereolab
    3. 3 Captain Easychord 5:29 Stereolab
    4. 4 Baby Lulu 5:13 Stereolab Buy
    5. 5 The Black Arts 5:12 Stereolab
    6. 6 Hallucinex 3:52 Stereolab
    7. 7 Double Rocker 5:38 Stereolab
    8. 8 Gus The Mynah Bird 9:05 Stereolab
    9. 9 Naught More Terrific Than Man 4:07 Stereolab
    10. 10 Nothing To Do With Me 3:38 Stereolab
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  • Margerine Eclipse (Expanded Edition)
    Artist
    Stereolab
    ReleaseProduct
    Margerine Eclipse (Expanded Edition)
    Label
    Duophonic / Warp Records
    Catalogue Number
    DUHFDL29R
    Release Date
    November 2019
    • Vinyl, 3×LP, Coloured Vinyl

      Out of stock

      Coloured vinyl

      • Numbered limited edition
      • Clear Vinyl
      • Remastered from original tapes
      • Scratch Card
      • Bonus disk of rare EP tracks 
      • Fold-out poster insert
      • Gatefold sleeve
      • Heavyweight clear PVC Wallet
      • Download card

    • Vinyl, 3×LP

      Pre-order $29.99
      • Black Vinyl
      • Remastered from original tapes
      • Bonus disk of rare EP tracks
      • Fold-out poster insert
      • Gatefold sleeve
      • Heavyweight clear PVC Wallet
      • Download card

      Estimated shipping: 28 November 2019

    • CD, 2×CD

      Pre-order $17.99
      • Remastered from original tapes
      • Bonus disk
      • 8 page booklet

      Estimated shipping: 28 November 2019

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    Stereolab’s 2004 LP Margerine Eclipse may not be the group’s most famous work, but it has a good claim to being one of their best. The band’s eighth studio album, Margerine Eclipse saw Stereolab somewhat rein in the avant-gardisms they’d toyed with on records such as Cobra And Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night. Taken in tandem with revisiting their early penchant for quirky, fuzzy pseudo-rock (‘Margerine Rock’, ‘Bop Scotch’) and incorporating new influences like dub and groovy post-punk, Margerine Eclipse is sort of like Stereolab’s whole aesthetic in miniature. The album was also the first full-length record that Stereolab released after the death of member Mary Hansen - a matter tackled by the band on the dreamy, swelling ‘Feel And Triple’.

    For this deluxe new edition of the album, Warp and Duophonic pair Margerine Eclipse with Stereolab’s 2003 EP Instant 0 In The Universe and a selection of rare bonus cuts. Both that EP and Margerine Eclipse were released in ‘dual mono’ - a production technique that means each instrument is panned to one side of the monitors in a manner not dissimilar to some of George Martin’s work with The Beatles - an effect which gives the records a unique feel. As with Warp and Duophonic’s other recent Stereolab reissues, this version of Margerine Eclipse has also been remastered from the original tapes.

    The huge amount of great music made by Stereolab means that albums like Margerine Eclipse can go under the radar. Augmented by some choice additional cuts, this new edition of Margerine Eclipse aims to redress the balance.

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    We endeavour to ensure pre-orders reach you on the official release date. The date indicated above is the nearest possible delivery date according to the distributor, and is therefore liable to change at any time in accordance with changes made by the distributor.

    Digital Track List

    1. 1 Vonal Declosion 4:41 Stereolab
    2. 2 Need To Be 4:50 Stereolab
    3. 3 Sudden Stars (EP Version) 4:41 Stereolab
    4. 4 Cosmic Country Noir 4:47 Stereolab
    5. 5 La Demeure 4:37 Stereolab
    6. 6 Margerine Rock 2:55 Stereolab
    7. 7 The Man With 100 Cells 3:47 Stereolab
    8. 8 Margerine Melodie 6:19 Stereolab
    9. 9 Hillbilly Motobike 4:51 Stereolab
    10. 10 Feel And Triple 4:53 Stereolab
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