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Interpol Announces Deluxe Version of “Turn on the Bright Lights”

In Honor of the Album’s 10th Anniversary

Sep 28, 2012 Bookmark and Share


Today in things that make us feel old: Interpol’s Turn on the Bright Lights has been out for a decade. In honor of its 10th birthday, Matador will release a deluxe version. The album, which streets November 20, will include a book of unreleased photos, B-sides, and a DVD of live performances. Bonus prize for those who preorder: a replica of the band’s first ever Interpol button. 

“We never could have imagined that the album would have reached so many people throughout the world,” says guitarist Daniel Kessler via the band’s website. “We wanted to do something special for the fans who have always supported us. We wanted to do something special for the best fans in the world. We hope you enjoy it.”

 

Tracklist:

1. Untitled

2. Obstacle 1

3. NYC

4. PDA

5. Say Hello to the Angels

6. Hands Away

7. Obstacle 2

8. Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down

9. Roland

10. The New

11. Leif Erikson

 

Bonus Material:

1. Interlude [iTunes single]

2. Specialist ^

3. PDA #

4. Roland #

5. Get the Girls (Song 5) #

6. Precipitate @

7. Song Seven (Original version) @

8. A Time to Be So Small (Original version) @

9. Untitled ! * =

10. Stella ! * =

11. NYC ! =

12. Leif Erikson ! * =

13. Gavilan (Cubed) ! *

14. Obstacle 2 % =

15. Hands Away % =

16. The New % * =

17. NYC % * =

 

^ from Interpol EP, 2002

# First demo, 1998

@ Second demo, 1999

! Third demo, 2001

% Peel Session, 2001

* Previously unreleased

= only available on coupon included with vinyl version

(www.interpolnyc.com)

 



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