Fittingly for the band’s maximalist ethos, it’s called the Super Deluxe edition.
The set including Live After Death and Rock in Rio is out on June 19th and continues the band’s reissue series.
The celebratory release comes packed with bonus content from the band’s archive, including photos, live tracks, and more.
The albums are back in print on vinyl and CD with remastered audio and exclusive bonus tracks.
Classic tracks like “Control”, “What Have You Done for Me Lately”, and “Nasty” set for black and translucent red vinyl.
A four-CD collection of covers, B-sides, alternate takes, and other rarities.
Including their first North American trek in 11 years.
The new group of digipak CDs will arrive on March 22nd.
Remastered reissues of both albums arrive this week.
To call their plans “exhaustive” would be to undersell them.
The remastered reissue comes with three bonus tracks.
The archival campaign marks the “first (and definitive) programme of remastering and includes the release of many rarities and cover versions on vinyl and CD for the first time.”